BusinessWeek magazine has once again ranked Illinois State University’s College of Business as one of the country’s best undergraduate business schools. Illinois State is listed among the top 100 schools nationwide and as the third highest ranking undergraduate business school in Illinois.
Illinois State placed 89th in the recent BusinessWeek Top Undergraduate Business Programs rankings, making 2010 the third year out of the last four that the College of Business has been listed in the top 100 programs. Other business schools that made the rankings were: University of Oregon (90), Texas Tech University (92), University of Colorado (93), Northern Illinois University (94), University of Iowa (96), University of Nebraska (102), Loyola University (103), University of Illinois – Chicago (105), Temple University (108), and University of Louisville (110).
“We are thrilled to have Illinois State ranked among the top undergraduate business programs in the country.” said Scott Johnson, dean of the College of Business. “This is a fantastic tribute to our students, alumni, staff, faculty and recruiters. The special recognition by BusinessWeek, an independent and highly respected business publication, reinforces our commitment to excellence in business education.”
For a complete listing of the ranked business schools visit http://bwnt.businessweek.com/bschools/undergraduate/10rankings/?chan=magazine+channel_special+report.