Wake Forest's Calloway School ranked 17th among top business schools
March 9, 2007
BusinessWeek magazine ranks Wake Forest University’s Calloway School of Business and Accountancy 17th on its list of the top 50 undergraduate business schools in the United States.
BusinessWeek announced its second annual ranking of “The Best Undergrad B-Schools” March 8.
To identify its top 50 schools, BusinessWeek used five measures, including a survey of nearly 80,000 business majors and a poll of undergraduate recruiters. The ranking for schools is based on the “index number,” according to BusinessWeek. That number represents the sum of all five ranking measures. The magazine also calculated letter grades on teaching quality, facilities and services, and job placement based on the student survey.
BusinessWeek’s complete 2007 rankings of the best undergraduate business schools are available in the March 19 issue of BusinessWeek, on newsstands March 9. Additional information involving the rankings is available on BusinessWeek.com.
The Calloway School offers a bachelor’s degree with majors in accountancy, business, finance and mathematical business, as well as a master’s degree in accountancy.