I recommend looking over the rankings from US News: https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/business-accounting
So, my recommendation would be to write down what it is that you're looking for to get from your education, look at the school program curriculum/academic plan, do research on the professors' experience to see if they have something to base real-life knowledge and research, and lastly, the type of people you would like to be surrounded by. It is critical that you feel inclusive because you will be there for 4 years.
I attended Boston University and only have good things to say about the Business school. Great classes, professors, and alumni network. I have used all of these resources to help me in my career and the benefitted me greatly.
All in all though there are so many great business schools out there I would recommend finding one that has connections to local businesses that you are interested in or also a great alumni network.