Undergraduate students at The Wharton School

Top 10 Undergraduate Business Rankings of 2014

Measuring quality across the metrics


The Best Companies for Internships

Students seek impact, experience and community in an internship

Human rights issues in mineral-rich, war-ravaged Democratic Republic of Congo are on the radar at Stern's Center for Business and Human Rights. - Ethan Baron photo

Stern Center Brings Human Rights into Business Education

Ex-State Department Officials Creating Curriculum

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The Schools With The Highest Salary Potential for Business Majors

Berkeley tops starting and mid-career salaries


Exclusive Insights

Dean’s Q&A: David Platt of University of Texas

David Platt of UT-Austin

With more than 7,100 applicants to its undergraduate business program, UT has seen an explosion in interest among students who want to study at McCombs

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Dean’s Q&A: Steven Malter of Washington University

Steven Malter of Washington University's Olin School

A former recruiter for Ernst & Young, Malter is focused on curriculum innovation and recruitment

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Rachel Korn will answer any and all of your admission questions for free

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Have A Question About The SAT? Ask Chris.

The SAT exam can be difficult for many. Chris will answer all your questions on how to prep for it and achieve your highest possible score

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2014 Top 10 Undergrad Business Stories

From "That Harvard Bitch" to Facebook follies

Schools Boost Social Media Scrutiny

Online missteps "just might keep you out"

Best Undergrad Programs: Academics

Wake Forest top for academics

Business Majors In Demand for 2015

Employment, starting wages expected to jump

Back of the Envelope

Highest SAT Scores

Washington (Olin)1480
Penn (Wharton)1466
NYU (Stern)1441
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)1435
Notre Dame (Mendoza)1419
Cornell (Dyson)1414
SMU (Cox)1414
Georgetown (McDonough)1395
Berkeley (Haas)1394
USC (Marshall)1392

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