The Best Business Schools in the U.S.

Jaylen Waddle
Jaylen Waddle

harvard business schoolA lot of students study business. It’s a wide degree program, with plenty of different career paths after graduation. So how can you decide which business school is the best for you?
The Princeton Review compared more than 300 business schools from across the country to determine which are the cream-of-the-crop. Here are their top five business schools, based upon which schools have the best professors, which have the best career prospects, and which have the best classroom experience.
The Best Professors
1.    Harvard University: Business School
2.    University of Virginia: Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
3.    University of Michigan- Ann Arbor: Stephen M. Ross School of Business

4.    University of California-Berkeley: Hass School of Business
5.    Brigham Young University: Marriott School of Management
The Best Career Prospects
1.    University of Michigan- Ann Arbor: Stephen M. Ross School of Business
2.    Northwestern University: Kellogg School of Management
3.    Harvard University: Business School
4.    Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Sloan School of Management
5.    University of Pennsylvania: The Wharton School
The Best Classroom Experience
1.    University of Pennsylvania: The Wharton School
2.    Harvard University: Business School
3.    University of Virginia: Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
4.    Indiana University-Bloomington: Kelley School of Business
5.    University of California-Berkeley: Hass School of Business
If business isn’t your calling, check out EduInReview.com’s list of top law schools, medical schools, and more.
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