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What college have the highest percentage rate of business management college graduates?

I want to know what college can actually help me and push me to get through college and graduate with a business management degree. #business #management

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It’s been a long time since I have looked into colleges. I didn’t have nearly the resources available to make my decision, so I can imagine how difficult it must be to sort through all the information and make a determination as to what is right for you in today’s day and age.

I have just begun this process with my teenage daughter. Cost is a concern for us, as it is for many people. Based on that, we have primarily been looking at in-state schools, because they are closer to home and may provide tuition discounts based on residency. We are also considering a few out-of-state options, in the hopes of finding the school that is right for her.

I think it is great that you know what you want to pursue, and Louisiana has some excellent options for people seeking a business management degree. I came across this article, and thought you might find it helpful. I firmly agree with their statement that “there is no such thing as the best college – only the best college for YOU.” 


I hope you find this answer helpful, and wish you luck as you move forward with your education.


Matt Carty

Analyst, Verizon Wireless

Last updated Oct 16 at 07:40 PM
So let me start by saying that I don't know the exact answer that you are looking for. Sorry. What I can share is two things. 1) US News and World Reports ranks Colleges of Business each year. I have attached the link at the bottom of this post. These are very highly regarded programs which brings me to my second point. 2) These great institutions are not options for most people. They are often difficult to get into and even more difficult to pay for. If that ends up being the case for you; that's ok. Most universities can teach you the skills you need to propel you forward. So I would recommend looking at all of your options and assessing what is best out of those options. Good luck!
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