Marian University's Byrum School of Business ranked in the top five among catholic schools in the Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2021 rankings by Poets&Quants, the leading online publication for undergraduate business education
news. Other top 5 universities include, Georgetown University, University of Notre Dame, Villanova University, and University of San Diego.
"It's great to have the Byrum School of Business be recognized by Poets & Quants as one of the best undergraduate business schools," said Greg Rawski, dean of the Byrum School of Business. "It is particularly heartening to know that our
alumni highly value our faculty for their teaching excellence, mentorship and receive a signature experience in career outcome support."
The ranking is based on a representative survey of more than 6,100 alumni and school-reported data. Recent graduates across 93 schools were surveyed on aspects of faculty availability, extracurricular activities, and the accessibility of the
alumni network. The Byrum School of Business ranked in the top 50 of all business programs, placing number 46 overall.
Marian University ranked in the top 25 of all business programs for employment outcomes, placing number 23. The average starting salaries for business school graduates is $55,458 with a 97% placement rate within six months of graduation. Every
business student completes an internship before graduation, helping them develop a professional network.
Poets&Quants for Undergrads is a leading news website dedicated to the coverage of undergraduate business education. Highlighting the content is the annual exclisiver ranking of the berst undergraduate business schools across the United
Watch as Dean Greg Rawski discusses our new ranking and more good things to come from the Byrum School of Business.
For more information about the Byrum School of Business, visit marian.edu/business.