Do you believe your business degree will assist you in climbing to a new socioeconomic status?
College is also about creating a better life for yourself and loved ones. So we wanted to see which schools produced the most alumni who believed a degree would help them reach a new socioeconomic status. Out of the 82, Wharton finished on top with a 9.43.
Following Wharton was Santa Clara University’s Leavey School, which enrolls a high number of international students, and notched a 9.41. Texas Christian University’s Neeley School finished next with a 9.39. Rounding out the top five were UC-Berkeley’s Haas School, Georgetown’s McDonough, and the Villanova School of Business, which all tied at 9.36.
Overall, the average was 8.66.
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