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What are the best State Colleges and University's for (Business Management/ Sales Management)?


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Enrico’s Answer

Here is a list of the highest ranked business schools: https://www.bloomberg.com/business-schools/regions/us/. Most universities offer a business major so finding the school that is best for you is more important. Some schools have very large business lectures with over 100 students and other schools have much smaller lectures with 20-30 students. This is just one of the many things to consider. I would recommend trying to narrow down on a region and then visiting schools in that area.

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Tracy’s Answer

There are a number of organizations that rate Business Schools. One such report can be found here: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/28/the-10-best-business-schools-in-the-world.html. It's great to want to attend a top school. But also remember that the best school for you and your interests may not be on this or any list. Find the school where you will thrive. The one that fits your personality and needs. One way to find this out through visiting schools OR talking to current students. While challenging, college will be one of the best times of your life and you want to be at a place where you can be most successful. I wish you the best success!


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Atul’s Answer

My recommendations are that you live in CT, why not go to UConn where the tuition is lower and you pay a lot less because you live in that state.
Incurring student loan debt is a burden that is unbearable for many who have graduated and not found jobs. There is a reason that there is $1T student loan that exists today.
Do not waste your money and go to UConn, you will not regret it.
My son went to Univ of MD and paid dearly for out of state tuition. His grades suffered due to partying and had to be brought back to study at Rutgers and graduated w/ honors.
Be smart you will not regret it.

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Nick’s Answer

Really, there are so many options; however, it's easy to plug my alum UC Davis. They offer an organizational management major which was fantastic!

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Betty’s Answer

The best schools to get an MBA (master of business administration) in the SF bay area are Stanford and UC Berkeley, but depending on your goals and your grades, a lower tier university or college might serve the same purpose as well. SF State and USF are really good colleges and there are also local colleges with good MBA programs as well. I studied at Golden Gate University first to get my database administration certification that allowed me to enter the database engineering field, and then later got my MBA. I emphasize MBA because most employers perceive the MBA more seriously than BA and they've come to expect it by default. Hope this helps.

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Andres’s Answer

The best Colleges or University for Business Management and Sales Management, can be many options, but what I recommend you to do, is not only go to the University, that it is very important, but also, do a real life job. Get a part time job on sales and you will learn things that you will not learn on college or universities.... Real life jobs are a big step for your career


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Devin’s Answer

Hey Jessiah,

In my home state of Washington, the Washington State University Carson College of Business has a very strong program with many successful graduates (they are easy to spot on LinkedIn!).

Another thing I very much enjoy about WSU's College of Business is that many of their graduate programs are available online. You can work & receive a Master's at the same time. Go cougs!


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Charles’s Answer

If you have an interest in living in Texas, I would recommend Texas A&M or the University of Texas. These are both large public Texas colleges. Both have exceptional business schools. They would provide great after college networking and job help. I hope that helps.


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