The Lally School of Management & Technology is Ranked #34 in BusinessWeek’s Top Undergraduate Business Programs
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Lally’s program was the third smallest as measured by overall enrollment of 379 students, 8th smallest by faculty student ratio of 11.0, and had an average class size of 31 students.
At the same time, Lally graduates are well prepared for career success: median starting salaries for Lally graduates, at $55,000, ranked 7th highest among schools surveyed, tying with 13 other schools, including #1 ranked Notre Dame, and several top-10 schools such as Cornell, Boston College, University of Virginia, and UC Berkeley/Haas. Students reported finding jobs most often in technology, financial services and consulting firms with companies such as Avenity, Microsoft and Cisco Systems.
BusinessWeek also cited student survey quotes on entrepreneurship training at Lally: "I think Rensselaer is one of the only schools that stresses entrepreneurship very heavily in the curriculum. I will feel very comfortable getting together with colleagues in the near future and starting a business, thanks to the skills that I have developed at Rensselaer."
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About the Lally School of Management & Technology
The Lally School of Management & Technology was founded in 1963 as an integral part of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, America’s oldest technological university. Building on Rensselaer's world-class facilities and leadership in science and engineering, Lally is dedicated to advancing business through innovation. Lally offers graduate, doctoral and undergraduate degree programs in management, and an executive MBA program. Lally’s programs focus on the strategic management of technology and creating value through innovation and entrepreneurship. Located in New York’s Tech Valley, Lally offers a growing portfolio of collaborative programs with enterprises and academic institutions in the Indian sub-continent, China, Europe, and the Middle East.
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