Earning your bachelors degree in business might not seem like the best idea during and economic downturn, but some schools have students getting jobs upon graduation. Business week is ranking those schools by whether or not students were able to get jobs upon graduation. Some schools fared better than others.
1. McIntire School of Commerce - University of Virginia - The McIntire School of Commerce is regarded as one of the nation's finest business schools, offering world-class programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
2. Mendoza College of Business - Notre Dame - The Mendoza College of Business is a premier Catholic business school that fosters academic excellence while being faithful to the ideals of community, and individual integrity.
3. Wharton School of Business - University of Pennsylvania - Wharton boasts the largest and one of the most published business school faculty, with 250+ standing and associate members.
4. The Ross School of Business - University of Michigan - The Ross School of Business is consistently ranked as one of the top …