TCU’s Neeley School of Business was ranked the 29th-best undergraduate business program in the country, according to a BusinessWeek survey released Monday.
The sixth annual survey conducted by the magazine compared 113 business programs across the U.S. and ranked the programs based on criteria such as median starting salary, student-faculty ratio, and average SAT and ACT scores. 28,377 students and 775 corporate businesses responded to the survey. The school moved up one spot from 2010, where it was ranked 30th. This year, the school was ranked as the sixth-best by students and was ranked 19th in terms of academic quality. Corporate recruiters, however, ranked the school 109 out of 113.