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Best Undergraduate Business Schools in US 2010

The US News and World Report's annual ranking of higher education institutions is the longest established, most thorough and arguably the most respected survey of higher education institutions. The top ten undergraduate business schools in this year's rankings include eleven institutions, due to a tie. Those schools are:

  • University of Pennsylvania
  • MIT
  • University of California/Berkeley
  • University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
  • New York University
  • University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
  • University of Texas/Austin
  • University of Virginia
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Cornell
  • University of Southern California

If you're hoping to enroll in one of these schools, start looking at the state public universities because their tuition rates are typically lower than private universities, even for out-of-state students. To obtain a bachelors' degree in business administration at Texas your annual tuition is about $8900, for Texas residents and $30,000 for out of state students. A year at Cornell will cost you over $37,000 in tuition. The fee structure for the University of California/Berkeley is about the same as at Texas. Four hundred miles down the road at USC you would spend over $39,000 per year in tuition at a lower ranked school.

Among the respected for-profit schools with both campuses and accredited online business degree choices like American International (AIU) have an associate's in business administration program.

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