Saturday, June 8, 2013

U.S. News 2012 Ranking Placed Marquette's Undergraduate Finance Program 17th Nationally

Marquette's Finance Program Ranked 17th Nationally

 The U.S. News “Best Colleges” rankings for 2012 include the Best Undergraduate Business Programs.  The U.S. News ranked Marquette University 83rd among national universities. Similar to the University, the College of Business Administration was ranked 87 among Best Undergraduate Business Programs; a drop from last year’s ranking of 81.

The Applied Investment Management (AIM) program at Marquette University is a part of the Department of Finance. Marquette's College of Business Administration was also recognized for top specialty programs in accounting, finance and supply chain management. Finance is ranked 17th, up one spot from 2011, and supply chain management is ranked 16, the same as last year. Accounting is ranked for the first time at 23.

Business school rankings are based solely on a peer assessment survey of deans and senior faculty at each U.S. undergraduate business program accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
The top finance specialty undergraduate programs were:

1. University of Pennsylvania
2. New York University
3. University of California - Berkeley
4. MIT
5. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
6. University of Texas - Austin
7. University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
8. Carnegie Mellon
9. University of Virginia
10. Indiana University
11. Ohio State University
12. University of Florida
13. Boston College
13. University of Illinois
15. Creighton University
15. University of Southern California
17. University of Maryland
17. University of Washington
17. Emory University
17. Loyola University - Chicago
22. Fordham University
22. Loyola University - Maryland
23. Washington University
26. University of Georgia
26. University of Notre Dame
26. University of Wisconsin