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Money Ranks Georgia Tech among “10 Great Colleges for Business Majors”

Money Ranks Georgia Tech among “10 Great Colleges for Business Majors”

Money magazine recently ranked Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business sixth in the nation as a “high-value” college where business graduates tend to out-earn their counterparts from other schools. Money’s estimated net price of a Georgia Tech degree was $111,093 with an average annual early career earnings of $56,100 for business majors.

“We are thrilled to be ranked #6 in the ‘great colleges’ for business majors. The ranking highlights the great return on investment provided by an undergraduate degree from the Scheller College of Business,” said Jonathan Clarke, associate dean for undergraduate programs and associate professor of finance for the Scheller College of Business.

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Scheller College’s undergraduate program has a proven track record of success in attracting the very best students. The Dean’s Scholarship Program, now in its sixth year, welcomes a record number of scholars to the Class of 2019. Twenty-one students from across the state and country represent the most diverse and academically talented cohort of Dean’s Scholars to date. Georgia Tech offers a competitive edge to business students with an immersive cross-training at the intersection of business and technology. Students gain the expertise to succeed in business and learn how to manage technological change in a global economy and explore its impact on society.

After graduation, Scheller students join a powerful alumni network across the globe and secure jobs in the corporate, non-profit and government sectors. The job offer rate for the class of 2014 Scheller graduates was 90%. Top hiring companies include Deloitte, SunTrust, Accenture, Ernst & Young, IBM and AT&T. Scheller College’s Atlanta location is ideal for career development as the #3 city in the United States with Fortune 500 headquarter locations, including the presence of 75% of Fortune 1000 companies.

To determine rankings, Money combined measures of each institution’s educational quality, affordability and post-graduate success.


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