U.S. News & World Report today released its 2019 Best Colleges ranking, and the Eller College of Management’s Undergraduate Business program’s strengths were again recognized, coming in at #21 overall and #11 among publics—the same as last year.
The entrepreneurship program offered by the McGuire Center also maintained its rankings from last year—in 2019, the program is ranked #10 overall and #6 among publics. Eller’s management information systems program kept its #1 status among publics (#3 overall), coming in after MIT and Carnegie Mellon. Additionally, the Accounting program offered through Eller’s School of Accountancy debuted in the rankings this year, coming in at #44 overall and #22 among publics. The program was unranked last year.
U.S. News & World Report ranks undergraduate business programs solely on the judgments of deans and senior faculty members at peer institutions.
“I am so proud that the Eller College every day focuses on strong academics and excellent programming, which are then externally recognized and validated by these rankings,” says Paulo Goes, dean and Halle Chair in Leadership. “We are grateful for the great work of our faculty, staff, students and alumni—all of whom play an important role in ensuring that Eller remains a top-ranked business school.”