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As far as which school is good in what concentration, I've attached the 2009 US news rankings. Page 2 has the specialty rankings. Take them with a grain of salt, though and just use this as a starting point. What I mean by this is Babson is ranked #1 in entrepreneurship, but nobody in their right mind would choose that school over H/S if he/she wanted to take that career path. The specialty rankings are "somewhat" decent for finance, marketing, and management...
Re: resources that explain concentration areas for schools??? [#permalink]
29 Aug 2008, 06:24
Those figures look like they include first year and second year students. So, Harvard has about 900 students a year, or 1800 in their full-time program. Stanford takes 370 per year if I recall, so 740 for both years.