Bloomberg Businessweek recently released its annual update to its list of best undergraduate business schools for 2016.
In the most recent rankings, Villanova took the top spot, jumping 23 places from its previous ranking of 24th in 2015.
But several colleges from the Garden State made leaps in the rankings this year, as well.
The biggest jump was made by the Rutgers Business School in Newark, which moved 31 spots, to No. 97 from No. 128 in 2015.
Similarly, The College of New Jersey saw its rank improve by 28 spots, to No. 35 from No. 63. This position makes it the highest rated business school in New Jersey, according to Bloomberg.
Seton Hall also saw its ranking improve in 2016, moving 13 spots, to No. 65 from No. 78.
While those three schools are the only ones representing New Jersey in the Top 100, Rowan University found itself ranked for the very first year, at No. 112.
For the complete list, visit Bloomberg’s website.