Undergraduate business students wishing to get the most for their money should attend the UCF College of Business Administration according to a newly released ranking by Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
The publication ranked UCF the number one public business school for return on investment for 2010. The research was based on annual tuition spent and the median based salary students receive upon graduation.
According to the data, UCF business school graduates earn $11.70 per annual tuition dollar.
Unlike many of their more expensive counterparts, UCF business students graduate with less debt, allowing them to start saving immediately upon graduation.
“This ranking is important to us, especially in this economy. We provide a quality education, taught by distinguished faculty at a price students can afford,” said Thomas L. Keon, dean. “The UCF College of Business Administration is a true value for students preparing to enter the business world.”