U.S. News ranks Warrington #15 among public business programs

Gainesville, Fla. – The Warrington College of Business Administration is ranked among the nation’s Top 25 undergraduate business programs in the 2010 U.S.News & World Report survey of “America’s Best Colleges.” Warrington moved up two spots from last year, and is ranked #15 overall among undergraduate public business programs. UF’s business faculty also scored high ratings in specialty categories, appearing on seven lists. The annual rankings, which were released on August 20, are based on U.S. News surveys sent to deans and senior faculty at undergraduate business programs accredited by AACSB International. Schools offering any courses in a specialty area are eligible to be ranked, and the schools receiving the most mentions in each appear. Here are some of the survey highlights:

UF’s ranking overall: #25
Among Publics: #15

Accounting ranking: #18 (tie)
Among Publics: #12

Finance ranking: #14
Among Publics: #9

Management ranking: #16 (tie)
Among Publics: #10 (tie)

Marketing ranking: #11
Among Publics: #8

Production/Operations Management ranking: #17 (tie)
Among Publics: #13 (tie)

Quantitative analysis ranking: #9
Among Publics: #5

Real estate ranking: #9
Among Publics: #6