Poets&Quants ranked the Foster School #24, #8 among public schools (up from #11 last year), and #1 in the Northwest of 93 schools in the 2022 Best Undergraduate Business Programs. Rankings are a bit different this year as many universities have dropped standardized testing or made it optional. The three categories (admissions standards, alumni experience, and career outcomes) are measured equally.
95% of Foster students hired within 3 months of graduation
Overall, the total compensation for 2021 graduates averaged around $69,190. Additionally, 96% of Foster students also reported having been hired for internships before their senior year.
With formal majors in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Systems, Marketing, and Operations and Supply Chain Management, students from the Foster School were hired by a diverse range of employers including Accenture, Amazon, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Microsoft, PwC, Starbucks, and Tableau among others.
Fostering a Welcoming and Inclusive Environment
Poets&Quants ranked the Foster School #16 in percentage of women enrolled and the #13 choice for first generation college students in this 2022 report.
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2022 Best Undergraduate Business Programs Report Card
Foster students and alumni gave the school especially high marks for the degree’s value and their opportunities to improve skills in business.
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Ranking emphasizes quality of admissions, student experience and career results.
The Poets&Quants ranking equally weighs admission standards, alumni satisfaction with the quality of the academic experience, and career outcomes.