The best undergraduate business schools in the state all slipped several notches in the latest ranking released today by Business Week magazine.
The University of Notre Dame fell to 7th from 3rd place in 2006, the first year the magazine undertook undergraduate rankings. Indiana University slid to 18th from 10th; and Purdue University tumbled to 60th from 45th.
The University of Pennsylvania and University of Virginia repeated their first and second place rankings.
The magazine surveys undergraduates at top business schools and undergraduate recruiters. It also considers starting salaries and academic scores and faculty-to-student ratios.