Top Schools for Business Management
Find out which top schools offer business management programs. Read brief summaries of three high-ranking institutions, as well as an overview of other schools in the U.S. that offer programs for business managers.
The three schools featured below include two Ivy League institutions: Harvard University and Dartmouth College. Both Harvard and Dartmouth offer a Master of Business Administration, which is also available at Stanford University. The business schools at all three institutions have received high rankings from U.S. News & World Report. Unique to the individual programs are opportunities to learn about international business, study abroad or work with real-life clients.
Top U.S. Schools with Business Management Programs
1. Stanford University in Stanford, CA
Stanford University's business school was ranked number two by U.S. News & World Report in 2011 and number one by Forbes Magazine in 2009. Its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program emphasizes both foundational theory and wide-spanning issues, such as ethics and globalization. The Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources provides a small number of students with the opportunity to study international business within the framework of legal, medical and environmental contexts.
2. Harvard University in Cambridge, MA
The Harvard Business School (HBS) at this Ivy League institution ranked number one in the country in 2011, according to U.S. News & World Report; it also placed third on the Forbes Magazine list for 2009. At HBS, MBA students become familiar with the Case Method, a learning-by-doing approach to analyzing real case studies. The MBA program also offers opportunities for academic research and study abroad in various locations, such as Hong Kong, Buenos Aires, Tokyo and Paris.
3. Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, another Ivy League school on the East Coast, ranked sixth on the U.S. News & World Report list of top business schools in 2011. Tuck offers an MBA program that includes required coursework in corporate finance, financial measurement and leadership. First-year MBA students work with real-world clients as part of a required project.
Ten Highly Ranked Business Management Schools
|University of Michigan - Ann Arbor||Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and MBA programs||Ann Arbor, MI|
|Harvard University||Features the Case Method learning approach||Cambridge, MA|
|University of Pennsylvania||Oldest business college in the U.S., founded in 1881||Philadelphia, PA|
|University of Virginia||Ranked first for student satisfaction by Bloomberg Businessweek's survey of business schools in 2010||Charlottesville, VA|
|Columbia University||MBA program offers 10 dual-degree options||New York, NY|
|Northwestern University||More than 80 extracurricular clubs run by management students||Evanston, IL|
|Stanford University||Collaborates with medical and law schools to offer an environmental sustainability program||Stanford, CA|
|University of Chicago||Summer Business Scholars Program||Chicago, IL|
|Duke University||Cross-continent MBA program||Durham, NC|
|Dartmouth College||First-year project for MBA students||Hanover, NH|
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