Source Newsroom: University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce
Newswise — The McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia was again ranked second among the nation’s best undergraduate business programs, according to the annual Bloomberg Businessweek rankings, and it remains the only program to be consistently ranked either first or second in the eight years that Businessweek has ranked undergraduate programs. The rankings were announced March 20, 2013, in a live Web chat with Businessweek editors.
Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business was ranked first. Cornell University’s Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management was ranked third.
McIntire earned A+ grades for teaching quality, facilities and services, and job placement and also remains the top-rated program among public institutions.
“Over the past eight years, the School’s consistent top-tier ranking in a highly competitive environment is a tribute to the entire McIntire community,” Zeithaml said. “Our success is a direct result of our terrific students, faculty, and staff, as well as the extraordinary support provided by our alumni, parents, and corporate sponsors. Their investment in the McIntire School enables our world-class faculty to remain in the forefront of innovation in both teaching and research. Our emphasis on strategic and functional integration, action-oriented learning through corporate projects, teamwork, communication, and cutting-edge specialty tracks enables the School to attract superlative students and to produce high-impact graduates. Our 2012 graduates secured excellent jobs, and our Class of 2014 is statistically the strongest ever.”
Other Virginia schools ranked in the top 50 were the University of Richmond (17), The College of William & Mary (27), and James Madison University (29). Complete rankings can be found on the Bloomberg Businessweek Website.
Bloomberg Businessweek’s Top 10 Undergraduate Business Schools
1. Notre Dame (Mendoza)
2. Virginia (McIntire)
3. Cornell (Dyson)
4. Washington University, St. Louis (Olin)
5. Pennsylvania (Wharton)
6. Boston College (Carroll)
7. Emory (Goizueta)
8. Michigan (Ross)
9. Texas (McCombs)
10. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)