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Written by: kmurphy
Friday, March 5, 2010 

BusinessWeek released its 2010 Top Undergraduate Business Programs and there are some surprises this year. The top spots belong to the colleges that continued to do a fantastic job with job placement despite tough economic times. Students credit accessible professors, strong curriculum and a plethora of internship opportunities. BusinessWeek uses nine measures to rank these programs, which includes surveys of seniors, average starting salary and percentage of students doing an internship.

Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business earned the top spot – a first for the university. The University of Virginia, MIT, Wharton and Cornell rounded out the top five. One of the most impressive leaps was that of Seattle University's Albers College of Business – it had never cracked the top 50 and now earns a proud spot at number 46. The University of Washington dropped from 25th to 33rd.


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