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TCU Neeley Ranks Top 10 in the Nation for Careers/Employment

What is the best test of a business degree? Impressive internships and starting jobs. TCU Neeley is No. 10 in the nation and first in Texas for careers/employment in Poets&Quants Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2020.

January 06,  2020

By Elaine Cole

When it comes to landing internships and jobs with great pay, TCU Neeley undergrads are among the top 10 in the United States.

In Poets&Quants Best Undergraduate Business School ranking for 2020, TCU Neeley ranks No. 10 for careers/employment, No. 26 for academic experience, and No. 31 overall.

The top 10 undergraduate business schools for careers/employment are: Pennsylvania/Wharton (1), Washington/Olin (2), New York/Stern (3), Carnegie Mellon/Tepper (4), Georgetown/McDonough (5), Michigan/Ross (6), Virginia/McIntire (7), Cornell/Dyson (8), William & Mary/Mason (9) and TCU/Neeley (10).

For total average starting pay, TCU Neeley is No. 13 in the nation and first in Texas. The top 10 Texas schools for total average starting pay are TCU Neeley with $75,734, followed by UT-Austin ($72,620), SMU ($69,424), Texas A&M ($62,820), UT-Dallas ($62,300), Houston ($56,952), UT-Arlington ($56,842) and Texas Tech ($53,473). Other Texas universities were not included in the ranking.  

The careers/employment outcomes are based on three metrics from the Class of 2019: jobs within 90 days, weighted 50%; average salary and bonus, weighted 30%; and internships before their senior year, weighted 20%.

The starting pay is based on 2019 average salary, percent with signing bonuses, and amount of bonus.

Poets&Quants for Undergrads, an online source for business education news, compiled the 2020 rankings based on school-reported data and alumni surveys from 97 undergraduate business schools among the 700 accredited by the AACSB.

TOP UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOLS 2020

TCU NEELEY RANK

Career/Employment

10

Academic Experience

26

Overall Top Undergraduate Business Schools in the United States

31

 

ALUMNI SURVEY

TCU NEELEY RANK

How would you judge the opportunities given to you in the business program to nurture and improve your business skills?

11

How would you judge the opportunities offered to you in business program extracurricular activities to nurture and improve your skills in business?

11

Was your business school experience life-changing?

17

How well did the business program prepare you for the world of work?

22

The complete rankings are available at poetsandquantsforundergrads.com