Poets&Quants’ Best Undergraduate Business Programs Of 2016

  • BradAlb

    The list is a joke. MIT’s Sloan school is no where to be found. Seriously?

    • Troy Wu

      You realize that MIT Sloan does not have an undergraduate business school…so obviously they wouldn’t be on this ranking.

      • BradAlb

        Well shucks, guess I’ll just have to return my diploma. A quick google search would show that it actually does.

      • Thomas McCarthy

        LOLOLOL MIT does have an undergrad business school. Google is your friend.

    • JohnAByrne

      MIT Sloan does have an undergraduate business major and we did ask the school to participate in our ranking. MIT declined, however, and we decided that the program is so small–under 100 students–it is essentially inconsequential in the undergraduate business market. That is why the school is not included in this ranking.

  • Dan Ashlin

    I was surprised that Villanova was not included. It is ranked high on other lists.

  • Roy Kamineni

    Where is Boston College’s Carroll School of Management and Villanova School of Business on the list? They are ranked fairly well on other rankings …

    • Nathan Allen

      Hi Roy,

      Boston College and Villanova were both unable to provide the necessary data to be included. Both schools showed interest and we plan on including them next year. The reason you see them on previous Businessweek lists is BW relied solely on an alumni survey and employer survey to rank schools. Two-thirds of our methodology was based on hard data and some schools that wanted to participate were simply unable to provide that data this year. Thanks for the question!


  • Connie

    Hallelujah! Rutgers New Brunswick Business School finally getting the recognition and respect they so deserve. When you look at the top players running Wall Street, a high percentage are Rutgers graduates!