Even more than most students, tomorrow’s business leaders are likely to do a cost-benefits analysis when deciding what college to attend. That’s why we’re so glad to see Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business make U.S. News‘ list of the 10 most affordable private business schools.
Of course, it’s not worth sacrificing quality to cut costs. That’s why we’re just as glad to see that, of the schools on that list, Baylor is the second-highest ranked in U.S. News‘ annual ranking of business schools, behind only BYU.
The recognition is just the latest in a long line for Hankamer: No. 2 entrepreneurship program and No. 22 accounting program in the nation. Among the country’s top 25 financial planning programs. In the top 15% of all MBA programs nationwide. No. 37 EMBA program in the world. No. 56 for undergraduate business education. Named the “Most Innovative Business School” in the southern U.S. The list goes on and on.
Oh, and there’s that impressive new facility on the way.
Sic ’em, Baylor business!