University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business named a Best Undergraduate Business School by Poets&Quants
COB was recognized by Poets&Quants as having one of the best undergraduate programs in the nation.
Poets&Quants, a leading online publication for undergraduate business education news, has unveiled its fourth annual Best Undergraduate Business Schools rankings, which placed the College of Business (COB) among the best in the nation. In a comprehensive assessment of undergraduate business programs, the publication ranked COB 71st, fourteen places higher than last year, within a prestigious group of schools headed by Wharton, Ross, McIntire (Virginia), and Stern (NYU). Together, these schools represent the highest tier of AACSB-accredited undergraduate business programs in the U.S.
The publication compiled the 2020 rankings based on a representative survey of alumni and an extensive set of school-reported data that considers factors such as admission standards, academic experience, career outcomes, and average debt upon graduation.
The Poets&Quants ranking methodology is unique in that it was developed in collaboration with business school deans and administrators. Learn more about the 2020 rankings methodology and view the College of Business school profile.