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Best Business School Programs
Harvard Business School tops the list
The Harvard Business School has a great faculty making it one of the best business schools out there. Of course it helps that Harvard is one of the best colleges to attend anyway. The Harvard Business School offers its students cross-registration at the MIT Sloan School of Management, both in Cambridge, giving business majors two great learning environments.
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Being in the heart of the Silicon Valley, the Stanford Business School is a perfect school for the entrepreneur. In an area surrounded by business startups, Stanford’s business program has close ties with venture capital and tech firms from around the Silicon Valley. Admission to the Stanford Business School is very difficult, as typically less than 10% of applicants are accepted into the program.
The MIT Sloan School of Management offers a wide range of business courses for its students. Outside of being the hardest college to get into, the academic level of coursework is considered extremely rigorous by business school standards.
- University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania's business school, or the Wharton School, was the first established business school. Its 8 to 1 student to faculty ratio is one of the smallest in the nation. Penn's business school continues to rank as one of the top business programs in the nation year in and year out.
- University of California–Berkeley
The UC Berkeley Business School is known as the Haas School of Business. It is the oldest and one of the best business schools available at a public university.
- University of Michigan
The business school of the University of Michigan is the Ross School of Business. It was claimed to be the best business school by the Wall Street Journal in 2006. Over the last couple of years the business school has really staked its claim as being one of the top business programs.
The Columbia Business School, being in New York city, is known for its close ties to Wall Street. It offers many investing related business courses. Columbia is a well diversified business school with a tough admissions rate. Being a very prestigious school, one must first focus on how to get in an ivy league school.
- University of Virginia
The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration is a top business school really known for its emphasis on Management. It has many current and former CEOs among its notable alumni.
- University of Chicago
The Chicago Business School is the second oldest business college in the nation. The business school is known as one of the best, notably in the fields of finance, economics, quantitative marketing and accounting. It’s the first business school to ever offer a PhD and is home to the first academic business journal. In a recent survey, University of Chicago Business school grads were the favorite of all companies that hire MBAs.
- Northwestern University
The Business School at Northwestern University is the Kellogg School of Management. The Kellogg School is really known for its emphasis on teamwork, constantly changing curriculum, and its entrepreneurial culture, making it one of the top business entrepreneur programs in the nation.
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UCLA - also the most popular school
Top Online Programs
Some business school students are already working established office jobs, therefore attending class at a physical campus can become difficult at times.
For those who are considering distance learning, take a look at Keller School of Management and Strayer University who both have solid online programs.
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