Some questions have been raised here recently about the value of a business degree. However, if my children were seriously considering business majors for their undergraduate studies, I would look at the Bloomberg Businessweek rankings for help in selecting a college. It looks as if it offers helpful information.
As part of Bloomberg Businessweek's annual ranking of the top undergraduate business programs, senior business students from the 139 participating schools were asked to assign letter grades—from A to F—indicating how well their business programs teach 14 specialty areas: quantitative methods, operations management, ethics, sustainability, calculus, microeconomics, macroeconomics, accounting, financial management, marketing management, business law, and corporate strategy, as well as entrepreneurship and international business, which were added this year. Based on those grades, scores were calculated for each of the ranked schools in each specialty area.