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By Francesca Di Meglio
For the first time since BusinessWeek began ranking undergraduate business programs, the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce has snagged the top spot. A strong sense of community, forward-thinking curriculum, and impeccable career services led the school to No. 1, say students. Many other programs also had strong showings in this year's rankings, Find out how your school ranked in this slide show, where we count down from No. 50 to No. 1, and let us know what you think of the results at the Business Schools Forum.
Note: Annual program costs include tuition and required fees for in-state students, where applicable; enrollment is for undergraduate business programs. Photos courtesy of undergraduate business programs.
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