Accounting, finance, insurance, management, and entrepreneurship can all be found in the realms of business.  If you’re a business major, then one of these subjects is probably what made you become a business major in the first place.  Either that or you’re interested in having a stable career or a decent amount of money. Either way, if you want to be a part of the business world, then the first step is going to an impressive school with a great business program.  Listed are some of the best business schools that have topped the Forbes list.

1. Stanford University

2. University of Chicago-Booth School of Business

3. Harvard University

4. University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School

5. Northwestern University-Kellogg School of Management

6. Dartmouth University-Tuck School of Business

7. Columbia University

8. Duke University-Fuqua School of Business

9. Cornell University-Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

10. University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business

It’s a known fact that even though these schools were listed as the top business schools, there are many public schools with business programs that have also ranked in the top 25 of PayScale’s research on how much graduates from certain business schools earn over 20 years. According to Time Magazine, when asked why public institutions seem to fare so well, Lydia Frank of PayScale wrote in an email that, “it’s likely a combo of lower tuition costs and location.” Since these top business schools are known for being on the pricey side, here are nine public schools that are less expensive and allow you to get a good education and degree in business.

1. University of Virginia

2.University of North Carolina

3. Rutgers University

4. University of Washington

5. University of California, Los Angeles

6. SUNY at Binghamton University

7. Georgia Institute of Technology

8. University of California-San Diego

9. California Polytechnic State University

What business school do you attend?

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Janelle James is a senior at Syracuse University and is a Magazine major and Women's and Gender Studies minor. Her hobbies include reading too many books, buying clothes she can't afford, and daydreaming about traveling the world. She believes eating chocolate and watching Netflix is not a hobby, it's a lifestyle.

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