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Wall Street Journal ranks Daniels College of Business No. 7 in ethics

For the fifth year in a row, DU’s Daniels College of Business has been ranked among the top business schools by The Wall Street Journal. According to The Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive 2007 rankings of graduate business schools released Sept. 17, Daniels was rated No. 7 in the world for producing students with strong ethical standards.

Other schools in the top 10 include Dartmouth College, Yale University, the University of California-Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, MIT and Columbia.

Daniels placed 20th on the list of the top 51 North American regional business schools — a mix of public and private schools spread across the country.

“At Daniels, we have long practiced integrating the real world of corporate experience with the theoretical in our curriculum,” says Interim Dean Bruce Hutton. “We have worked to provide our students with an ethical foundation empirically grounded in rigorous business disciplines. What makes this ranking much different from any others is that it’s based on what hiring executives actually say about our students.”

The Wall Street Journal
/Harris Interactive report is the only business-school ranking based solely on feedback from corporate recruiters, executives and hiring managers. This is the seventh year of the Journal’s rankings of top business schools.

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