Henry B. Tippie College Of Business - The University of Michigan

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The business college at the University of Iowa. The Henry B. Tippie College of Business offers undergraduate programs in business, finance, economics and other fields. The MBA program at the school has consistently been ranked as one of the fastest payback programs in America. Its business program is ranked among the Top 100 by BusinessWeek magazine.

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The Tippie School of Business was founded as the College of Commerce in 1921 and was renamed after Henry B. Tippie, an accounting alumnus. It is now located in the Pappajohn Business Building on the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City. It is difficult to gain admission to the school, and most undergrads who are admitted are junior, although a small cadre of high-achieving freshmen are also taken in each year.

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