The purpose of this guide is to provide sources of information on various business schools throughout the US.
Founded in 2003 by the World Bank, today the Global Business School Network is an independent global non-profit 501(c)3 with headquarters based in Washington, D.C. (GBSN About)
Business schools do much more than educate managers and entrepreneurs. They conduct research and directly engage their communities. (GBSN Vision statement)
Print: Complete Book of Business Schools
Available in the Bruno Library Reserve collection, call number HF 1131 .S88
Web: Research and explore schools on the Princeton Review
Provides great insight to what business school encompasses. Describes various types of MBA programs.
Print: The top 50 business schools are listed each year in an April issue.
Check Scout to identify the location of a printed version.
U.S. News and World Report - Best Business Schools
This website provides only a little information for free. Online editions of the list as it appears in the printed magazine are difficult to read. Your best bet is to find a copy of the correct issue of the printed magazine.
Web: Business Degree - A Comprehensive Directory of Business Degree Programs Online - Refer to this site for an easy to use directory for selecting academic business programs. This site also has great information on starting a small business as well as many other helpful business-related information on the Internet.
Web: The Wall Street Journal - Education
The search engine at this site uses data from Peterson's (listed above).
PoetsandQuants.com- "Welcome to the Poets & Quants social network. The goal here is to create a helpful community of people interested in graduate business school education. It’s a place to give advice and counsel to MBA applicants, share information, and make friends. Create your profile, join a group, engage in a forum topic, and help to make this community a valuable resource for those interested in pursuing an MBA." (From About Poets and Quants)