7 (tie). University of Virginia

Reputation score: 4.3

Enrollment: 17,011

Tuition and fees: $52,957 (out-of-state); $18,878 (in-state)

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7 (tie). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Reputation score: 4.3

Enrollment: 19,355

Tuition and fees: $36,200 (out-of-state); $9,021 (in-state)

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7 (tie). Cornell University

Reputation score: 4.3

Enrollment: 15,043

Tuition and fees: $59,316

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7 (tie). Carnegie Mellon University

Reputation score: 4.3

Enrollment: 7,022

Tuition and fees: $58,924

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5 (tie). University of Texas at Austin

Reputation score: 4.4

Enrollment: 40,163

Tuition and fees: $39,322 (out-of-state); $11,106

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5 (tie). New York University

Reputation score: 4.4

Enrollment: 26,981

Tuition and fees: $54,880

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4. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

Reputation score: 4.6

Enrollment: 31,266

Tuition and fees: $52,266 (out-of-state); $15,948 (in-state)

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3. University of California, Berkeley

Reputation score: 4.6

Enrollment: 31,780

Tuition and fees: $43,980 (out-of-state); $14,226 (in-state)

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2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Reputation score: 4.7

Enrollment: 4,530

Tuition and fees: $53,818

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1. University of Pennsylvania

Reputation score: 4.8

Enrollment: 10,019

Tuition and fees: $60,042

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U.S. News & World Report released its ranking of the best undergraduate business programs this week.

It based the ranking on a survey conducted in spring and early summer of deans and senior faculty at each of the 511 undergraduate business programs accredited by AACSB International.

These respondents, two at each school, rated the quality of all programs with which they were familiar on a five-point scale, with 1 being marginal and 5 distinguished.

U.S. News used responses from both this year’s survey and the one conducted in 2019 to calculate weighted average scores of programs in undergraduate business.

See the gallery for the top 10 programs.

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