A Wall Street Journal survey of corporate business recruiters ranked the urban university's business school the second-best in the world, behind only Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.
Dennis Geary, 29, of Buffalo, N.Y., landed an $86,000-a-year job with Kodak -- plus a signing bonus -- after his graduation. He said business recruiters told him Carnegie Mellon graduates are coveted.
Yale University, the University of Michigan and Northwestern University rounded out the top five of a survey ranking 188 American schools and 56 foreign schools.
Business heavyweight Harvard ranked 8th and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania ranked 18th.(c) 2001 Lancaster New Era
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