Courtesy of Citybizlist — The University of Maryland and Loyolawere named among the top undergraduate B-schools in the country by Bloomberg Businessweek. They were the lone schools from the state represented on the list.
Maryland ranked 38 and Loyola 62 overall, respectively, out of 124 colleges.
Maryland moved up a spot from its 2011 rank of 39, while Loyola fell from 45.
Bloomberg Businessweek said that it based its rankings on the responses of more than 28,000 students at the schools.
The publication assigned rankings in 14 academic disciplines for each school, ranging from entrepreneurship and ethics to marketing and sustainability.
For example, Notre Dame (Mendoza) was the top ranked school overall, coming in first in Ethics and in the top 5 in Accounting, Finance, Sustainability, and other disciplines, but it ranked in the middle of the pack in International Business.
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