Top 10 Undergraduate Business Colleges Tuition Comparison Charts (2013)

What Is Business School(Program)?
A business school is a university-level institution that confers degrees in business administration or management. Such a school can also be known as a business college, college of business, college of business administration, school of business, school of business administration, or, colloquially, b-school. A business school teaches topics such as accounting, administration, strategy, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, information systems, marketing, organizational behavior, public relations, and quantitative methods.
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General Information and Comparison between Top 10 Undergraduate Business Colleges
UPenn(University of Pennsylvania), #7 in overall university ranking, takes the first place in the area of business program. And MIT, #7 in overall and #1 in engineering area,  is also high ranked in this area. Indiana University, #75 in overall university ranking, is ranked high in overall business and sub-fields of business area. University of Texas (Austin) is also high ranked while it is ranked out of 50 in overall ranking.

Next table shows general information and compare between the Top 10 Undergraduate Business schools. You can see all comparison between the Top 10 Undergraduate Business schools including admission, tuition, graduation, and more factors at Top 10 Undergraduate Business colleges comparison page.
Table. Summary of Top 10 Undergraduate Business Colleges
RankUniversity RankNameLocationTypePopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
17University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)28,45316.67 %
27Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)11,27112.50 %
220University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, California 4 years, Public39,1755.88 %
228University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, Michigan 4 years, Public44,4538.33 %
532New York University New York, New York 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)50,4449.09 %
523University of Virginia-Main Campus Charlottesville, Virginia 4 years, Public30,7316.25 %
730University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, North Carolina 4 years, Public32,4267.14 %
823Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)12,1758.33 %
852The University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas 4 years, Public55,6205.56 %
1016Cornell University Ithaca, New York 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)21,4378.33 %
1075Indiana University-Bloomington Bloomington, Indiana 4 years, Public47,7435.26 %
1018University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana 4 years, Private (not-for-profit)12,91010.00 %

Tuition Comparison between Top 10 Undergraduate Business Colleges
Below section describes the tuition and other costs for the Top 10 Undergraduate Business schools. You can analyze and compare tuition cost between the Top 10 Undergraduate Business schools with tables and charts. In Addition you can compare tuition and financial aids for the Top 10 Undergraduate Business schools including statistical data for living costs, grants, and loans at Top 10 Undergraduate Business colleges tuition comparing page.

Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
Table. Top 10 Undergraduate Business Colleges Tuition and Fees - Undergraduate
In-StateOut-Of-State
TuitionFeesBooksTuitionFeesBooks
University of Pennsylvania$ 39,088$ 4,650$ 1,210$ 39,088$ 4,650$ 1,210
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 41,770$ 280$ 1,000$ 41,770$ 280$ 1,000
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,654$ 1,213$ 34,098$ 1,654$ 1,213
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 13,625$ 194$ 1,048$ 40,302$ 194$ 1,048
New York University$ 40,878$ 2,326$ 1,070$ 40,878$ 2,326$ 1,070
University of Virginia-Main Campus$ 9,622$ 2,594$ 1,220$ 34,952$ 3,276$ 1,220
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$ 5,823$ 1,870$ 1,182$ 26,575$ 1,870$ 1,182
Carnegie Mellon University$ 44,880$ 880$ 1,000$ 44,880$ 880$ 1,000
The University of Texas at Austin$ 9,790$ 0$ 904$ 33,128$ 0$ 904
Cornell University$ 43,185$ 228$ 820$ 43,185$ 228$ 820
Indiana University-Bloomington$ 8,750$ 1,283$ 848$ 30,200$ 1,283$ 848
University of Notre Dame$ 42,464$ 507$ 950$ 42,464$ 507$ 950


Tuition and Fees - Graduate
Table. Top 10 Undergraduate Business Colleges Tuition and Fees - Graduate
In-StateOut-Of-State
TuitionFeesBooksTuitionFeesBooks
University of Pennsylvania$ 27,700$ 2,408$ 1,210$ 27,700$ 2,408$ 1,210
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 41,770$ 2,260$ 1,000$ 41,770$ 2,260$ 1,000
University of California-Berkeley$ 11,220$ 1,654$ 1,213$ 26,322$ 1,654$ 1,213
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 19,240$ 194$ 1,048$ 38,882$ 194$ 1,048
New York University$ 34,488$ 2,332$ 1,070$ 34,488$ 2,332$ 1,070
University of Virginia-Main Campus$ 13,278$ 2,384$ 1,220$ 22,602$ 3,066$ 1,220
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$ 7,834$ 1,855$ 1,182$ 23,924$ 1,855$ 1,182
Carnegie Mellon University$ 37,950$ 664$ 1,000$ 37,950$ 664$ 1,000
The University of Texas at Austin$ 10,918$ 0$ 904$ 20,790$ 0$ 904
Cornell University$ 29,500$ 81$ 820$ 29,500$ 81$ 820
Indiana University-Bloomington$ 7,726$ 1,283$ 848$ 22,512$ 1,283$ 848
University of Notre Dame$ 42,350$ 465$ 950$ 42,350$ 465$ 950


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