Report Card: How Alums Grade Their B-School Experience

Do you believe your business degree was worth its cost in time and resources?

This is the new question we added this year. We decided to add this question in addition to asking about the business degree being worth its cost in tuition. College students spend a lot of time and resources working towards a degree. Not only in the classroom but internships and co- and extra-curricular activities can dominate a college students’ time and energy. According to 2017 graduates, Indiana’s Kelley School is most worth its cost in time and resources with an average of 9.65. Georgetown’s McDonough School followed with an average of 9.61 and The College of New Jersey was third with 9.59.

Overall, students seemed much more satisfied with the time and resources it takes to earn a business degree compared to tuition. On average across all schools, the overall score was 8.88 — significantly higher than the 8.33 for the business degree being worth its cost in tuition.

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