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Undergraduate, 2023
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Poets&Quants Ranks Whitman’s Undergraduate Program No. 36 in the Nation

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The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University has maintained its top 40 national ranking, being ranked at #36 in the nation, and #22 among private universities. Whitman was ranked #34 last year and #48 in 2020.


Poets&Quants’ methodology relies on three equally weighted (33.3%) sources of data: Admissions Standards (e.g., acceptance rate, SAT, diversity), Career Outcomes (e.g., placement at 90 days, compensation, internships) and Academic Experience (e.g., survey of recent alumni across a variety of satisfaction and experience scores). Whitman’s rankings in each of these categories is: Admissions #39 (#41 in 2022); Career #38 (#32 in 2022) and Academic Experience #53 (#56 last year). Poets&Quants slightly altered their calculations this year, taking into consideration three years of data to help smooth out year-over-year fluctuations.


“We are proud to maintain our top 40 ranking of the best undergraduate business programs. It’s another tangible acknowledgement of Whitman’s strong national reputation and where there is evidence of our solid progress in priority areas to us. While we fell slightly in the rankings from our highest on record last year, we were excited that some of the metrics used this year in the final rankings were at an all-time high for Whitman. This shows that we’re in a very competitive space. Overall, this top-tier national ranking is another notable accomplishment for Whitman’s faculty, staff and students,” says Alex McKelvie, interim dean of the Whitman School. 


Lindsay Quilty, assistant dean of undergraduate programs commented, “the Whitman School has made incredible investments in the academic experience over the past several years through curricular innovations, opportunities for leadership development, and an emphasis on providing an inclusive environment to all. We continue to see a rise in applications and our current first-year class represents the largest female cohort in program history. The Poets&Quants survey results are further validation that we are investing in areas that resonate with our alumni well beyond graduation.“


According to Poets&Quants, 91 schools participated in 2024’s ranking, including two schools that have not been previously ranked. They go on to say that, all 91 undergraduate business programs ranked by Poets&Quants are at the leading edge of business education, delivering a learning experience that transforms students’ sense of who they are and what they can do in the world. In fact, the ranked schools in this report reflect the top 12% of the more than 840 business schools accredited by AACSB International, the main accrediting body for business education.


For more information about the Whitman School’s undergraduate program, visit our website


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