More kids—and better qualified ones—are studying business in college. And they're nailing fatter salaries when they get out. Meanwhile, academic programs are getting more specialized
Some business schools are making their mark with off-the-beaten-track specialty programs
Samuelson is joining Shakespeare and Schubert at liberal arts schools, but not without some concerns from faculty
A full application of out-of-classroom activities doesn't necessarily win admission to undergrad business programs
We found our top undergrad business programs using a variety of measures, including student surveys and post-grad salary comparisons
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