Wharton undergraduate business program ranked No. 4 in U.S. by Money.com

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Money.com highlighted Wharton’s flexible curriculum and international business programs in their ranking of the school.
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Money.com has ranked Penn’s undergraduate business program the fourth best in the United States.

The rankings, which were released on Oct. 7, named the top 10 business undergraduate business schools in the U.S. based on a variety of factors. Wharton ranked fourth, behind The City University of New York Bernhard M. Baruch College, Babson College, and Bentley College which placed first, second, and third respectively.

Money.com highlighted Wharton’s flexible curriculum and international business programs. The business school offers a variety of leadership development and career services, as well as learning lab simulations.

The rankings are based on the early career earning of business majors, average student debt, and the estimated price of attendance with average grant. 

Among the top five schools in the ranking, Wharton has the highest average initial career earning of business majors of $75,600, and the second-lowest average student debt of $19,500, according to the Money.com ranking. 

As the number four undergraduate business school in the nation, Wharton opens many doors for graduates with a large global alumni network. The Wharton graduating class of 2019 had a 92.3% employment rate and a median salary of $82,444. 

The ranking follows Wharton’s MBA program’s tie with Stanford for the number one spot in U.S. News and World Report’s 2021 ranking of full-time MBA programs.