BW ranking 2016

TCU Neeley Ranks No. 24 in the Nation in Bloomberg Businessweek 2016 Best Undergrad B-Schools

Bloomberg Businessweek announced its latest and last ranking of undergraduate business schools in the nation, and the TCU Neeley School of Business marks its highest achievement at No. 24.  

April 19,  2016

By Elaine Cole

For 2016, TCU Neeley ranks No. 24 overall, No. 11 in the Student Survey, higher than any other Texas business school, and No. 22 for salary and internships. Villanova ranks No. 1 in the nation overall.

For 10 years, the TCU Neeley School has consistently ranked among the top undergraduate business schools in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek’s annual ranking. TCU Neeley debuted at No. 33 in 2006 when the undergraduate rankings began, and has ranked in the top 30 since 2010. Bloomberg Businessweek will no longer rank undergraduate business programs going forward. 

TCU Neeley School of Business in Bloomberg Businessweek Best Undergraduate Business Schools

YEAR

OVERALL RANK

SPECIALTY RANKINGS

2016

24

11 Student Survey

22 Salary and Internships

2015

-

Bloomberg Businessweek suspended rankings in 2015

2014

27

Information not available

2013

28

5 Student Survey highest among Texas schools

2012

28

6 Student Survey highest among Texas schools

22 Academic Quality highest among Texas schools

2011

29

6 Student Survey

19 Academic Quality

2010

30

4 Student Survey highest among Texas schools

19 Academic Quality

2009

34

9 Student Survey

18 Hardest Working Students

2008

32

4 Return on Investment

10 Hardest Working Students highest among Texas schools

2007

39

15 Return on Investment

29 Internships

2006

33

No specialty rankings

“We continue to receive national recognition because of our exceptional students, faculty, staff and programs that help students learn, grow and land plum jobs that lead to fulfilling careers and lives,” O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of the TCU Neeley School, said.

“I hope this encourages even more students and employers to take a closer look at the exciting things happening at TCU Neeley,” said Ray Pfeiffer, associate dean of undergraduate programs. “When you come to campus and meet our accomplished students or work alongside our outstanding graduates, you walk away impressed.”

Bloomberg Businessweek Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2016: http://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-best-undergrad-business-schools/.

TCU Neeley School of Business undergraduate program: http://neeley.tcu.edu/Academics/BBA/BBA.aspx.