USD undergrad business school ranked in top 30 nationwide


The University of San Diego’s undergraduate business school was ranked in the top 30 in the United States by Businessweek magazine for the second year in a row, it was announced Friday.

The USD program came in 28th, a spot ahead of last year’s ranking.

The institution scored highly in teaching quality, facilities and service, and job placement of graduates.

“We are dedicated to creating one of the top business schools in the nation and this continued recognition is more evidence that we’re on the right track,” said David Pyke, dean of the School of Business Administration. “This is a strong endorsement of the outstanding caliber of our faculty, staff and students.”

Notre Dame ranked first on the overall list. Other California schools included UC Berkeley, sixth; and USC, 24th.

San Diego State University was listed as having one of the better programs in the West, but it was not considered for a ranking.