Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick earns high scores in the 2017 Poets & Quants' Best Undergraduate Business Programs.

For return on investment, Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick ranks No. 12 in U.S. - Poets & Quants

Among Big 10 business schools, the program at Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick ranks No. 7 – ahead of Penn State, Michigan State and Purdue.

When it comes to return on investment, Rutgers Business School is hard to beat.

Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick ranked No. 12 for return on investment in a new listing by Poets & Quants. The ranking is based on a five-year return-on-investment analysis.

Rutgers is listed ahead of a number of other Big 10 business schools in return on investment, including Penn State, Michigan State, University of Minnesota and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Poets & Quants also ranked the overall undergraduate program at Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick as No. 38 in the U.S., in its 2017 Best Undergraduate Business Programs.

“Rutgers Business School provides many opportunities for students to become successful and that is reflected in the new ranking,” said Martin Markowitz, senior associate dean of Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick.

“Early career preparation, top-level challenging internships, access to a variety of case competitions, a host of student organizations that enable members to connect with faculty and corporate supporters and contact with influential people are among the factors that contribute to RBS student success,” Markowitz said. “All of these factors combined with modern new business school facilities about one hour away from New York City, the nation’s business center, give the best students the best chances for succeeding in their careers.”

“Rutgers Business School provides many opportunities for students to become successful and that is reflected in the new ranking,” said Martin Markowitz, senior associate dean of Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick.

Based on the latest Poets & Quants ranking, Rutgers Business School’s program in New Brunswick is also the No. 2 public business school undergraduate program in the Northeast and No. 18 among public business schools in the U.S., ahead of such schools as Temple, University of California-Irvine and University of Texas-Dallas. And among Big 10 business schools, Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick ranked No. 7 – ahead of Penn State, Michigan State and Purdue - in the Poets & quants listing of Best Colleges for Business Majors.

Members of Future Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lamba celebrate their awards at a national conference.
Members of the Rutgers Chapter of Future Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lamba celebrate their awards at a national conference.

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