Bloomberg Businessweek has released the list of 2017 best business schools in the United States. Harvard Business School took the first place for the third straight year. The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the MIT Sloan School of Management are at the second and third position. The Bloomberg ranking methodology includes five elements: employer survey (35% of score), alumni survey (30%), student survey (15%), job placement rate (10%), and starting salary (10%).

List of Top 85 Business Schools

  1. Harvard
  2. Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  3. MIT (Sloan)
  4. Chicago (Booth)
  5. Stanford
  6. Duke (Fuqua)
  7. Dartmouth (Tuck)
  8. Northwestern (Kellogg)
  9. Columbia
  10. Rice (Jones)
  11. UC at Berkeley (Haas)
  12. Michigan (Ross)
  13. Cornell (Johnson)
  14. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
  15. Washington (Foster)
  16. Yale
  17. Virginia (Darden)
  18. NYU (Stern)
  19. UCLA (Anderson)
  20. Texas at Austin (McCombs)
  21. Emory (Goizueta)
  22. Texas A&M (Mays)
  23. Brigham Young (Marriott)
  24. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)
  25. Penn State (Smeal)
  26. Notre Dame (Mendoza)
  27. Indiana (Kelley)
  28. Georgia Tech (Scheller)
  29. Michigan State (Broad)
  30. USC (Marshall)
  31. Texas-Dallas (Jindal)
  32. Southern Methodist (Cox)
  33. Rochester (Simon)
  34. Vanderbilt (Owen)
  35. Georgetown (McDonough)
  36. Washington in St. Louis (Olin)
  37. Ohio State (Fisher)
  38. Purdue (Krannert)
  39. Minnesota (Carlson)
  40. Maryland (Smith)
  41. Iowa (Tippie)
  42. William and Mary (Mason)
  43. Wisconsin
  44. Boston College (Carroll)
  45. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  46. SUNY at Buffalo
  47. Arizona State (Carey)
  48. Florida (Hough)
  49. Boston University (Questrom)
  50. Rutgers
  51. UC at Irvine (Merage)
  52. Pittsburgh (Katz)
  53. Oklahoma (Price)
  54. Georgia (Terry)
  55. Texas Christian (Neeley)
  56. Utah (Eccles)
  57. Tennessee (Haslam)
  58. Miami
  59. George Washington
  60. Fordham (Gabelli)
  61. Northeastern (D'Amore-McKim)
  62. Babson (Olin)
  63. Howard
  64. Syracuse (Whitman)
  65. Houston (Bauer)
  66. Connecticut
  67. Baylor (Hankamer)
  68. Cincinnati (Lindner)
  69. Arizona (Eller)
  70. North Carolina State (Jenkins)
  71. Mississippi
  72. Case Western Reserve (Weatherhead)
  73. UC at San Diego (Rady)
  74. Kentucky (Gatton)
  75. Pepperdine (Graziadio)
  76. Texas Tech (Rawls)
  77. Willamette (Atkinson)
  78. Tampa (Sykes)
  79. Rochester Institute of Technology (Saunders)
  80. Colorado at Boulder (Leeds)
  81. San Diego
  82. Chapman (Argyros)
  83. Denver (Daniels)
  84. San Diego State (Fowler)
  85. Oregon (Lundquist)