With the growing emphasis on social entrepreneurship, we take a closer look at the study of Business and Management as a discipline. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has accredited 514 business and accounting programs in the US.
With the growing emphasis on social entrepreneurship, we take a closer look at the study of Business and Management as a discipline. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has accredited 514 business and accounting programs in the US. These programs meet the stringent quality parameters that test for the quality of education, learning outcomes, placement, return on investment, and student experience, among a few parameters. Popular programs that are grouped within the Business and Management domain include
- Business Administration
- Applied Economics and Management
- Business Analytics
- Information Technology Management
- Management Consulting
- Enterprise Management
- International Business
- Insurance/Risk Management
- Management Information Systems
- Production/Operations Management
- Quantitative Analysis/Methods
- Real estate
- Supply Chain Management/Logistics
These are the top 10 Business programs offered in the United States.
1 – The University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania
Founded by Benjamin Franklin, the University of Pennsylvania is an Ivy League school renowned for academic erudition. The Management, Real Estate and Finance streams for the Business program are ranked at #1, closely followed by the Marketing stream, Quantitative Analysis, Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Accounting, Production/Operation Management, International Business, Supply Chain Management/Logistics in subsequent rankings. One can also undertake interdisciplinary study through the different departments or schools, such as the Fisher Program in Management and Technology and the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, to name a few.
2 – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, State of Massachusetts
MIT’s Sloan School of Management offers courses in Business Analytics, Finance and Management, intending to solve real-world problems through the lens of technology and science, to make a permanent difference. With an enviable student-faculty ratio of 3:1, over 70.1% of MIT’s classes have fewer than 20 students, which means closer engagements with one-on-one attention, making for a memorable student experience.
3 – University of California, Berkley, Berkeley, State of California
UCB’s Haas School of Business offers a range of undergraduate programs, like the Bachelors of Science in Business, the Berkley M.E.T (Management, Enterprise and Technology), Global Management program and the Robinson Life Sciences Business and Entrepreneurship program. One of the highlights of studying at Haas is the research and innovation-centric focus through the Institute of Business Innovation (IBI), Institute for Business & Social Impact and the Energy Institute at Haas.
4 – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, State of Michigan
University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business offers the #4 ranked undergraduate Business programs, aside from being hailed as the #1 Public University by the QS World University Rankings, 2022. The average freshman retention rate, which indicates student experience stands at 97%.
5 – New York University, New York City, State of New York
NYU’s Stern School of Business offers the BS in Business program, the BS in Business and Political Economy Program, and the BS in Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship program. With a 21% acceptance rate, NYU values student GPA when making an admission decision on a student profile. Among the key highlights of the university is the location, where you can live, in the Big Apple, just a stone’s throw away from Wall Street, Broadway, with sights and sounds that are typical of New York.
6 – University of Texas, Austin, Austin, State of Texas
UTA’s McCombs School of Business has a unique pedagogy that is almost as much its hallmark as the distinguished alumni. The Integrated Master in Professional Accounting program earns the student a double qualification of a Bachelor in Business Administration and a Master in Professional Accounting. Another unique program is the Canfield Business Honors program, enabling students to complete the program with a double major, allowing them to expand their interests. Yet another program is the Bachelor of Business Administration, where the student can choose from a wide range of electives and majors.
7 – Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, State of Pennsylvania
CMU’s Tepper School of Business Undergraduate Business Program offers value-intensive courses in Computational Finance, Business Administration, and Business minors, with a difference. Tepper offers students just one degree, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with the chance to pursue interdisciplinary study, so you can choose to meld different concentrations, essentially graduating with two degrees instead of just one.
8 – Cornell University, Ithaca, State of New York
Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management gives students the unique advantage of studying at three different schools within one college. The student can choose from minors in Business, Entrepreneurship, Applied Economics and Real Estate in the completion of their major, open to students of Dyson, Nolan, ORIE, CALS, Engineering, Arts & Sciences and Human Ecology.
9 – Indiana University, Bloomington, State of Indiana
IUB’s Kelley School of Business offers the Kelley Business Honors program, alongside a major in Business with 19 minors, allowing students to choose their area of specialization. At Kelley, the emphasis is on intellectual curiosity, independence, citizenship and critical thinking, all designed to evolve as a thought and change leader in the fields of Business and Entrepreneurship.
10 – University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, at the end of this list, offers value for money, with classroom-driven mastery over problem-solving, collaborative teamwork, cohort engagement and analytical skills. This can be applied to finance and consulting fields to commercial, government, and non-profit.
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