Below I added a link to the US News "best rankings". And Business Week website, which includes an article, The Best Undergraduate Business Schools of 2011, and an explanation of how schools were chosen.
I hope the information helps, and of course remember that on a decision of what college is best for you there's no way to really no without checking it out for yourself. It helps if you can get a feel for the campus and the area it's in; nothing's better than going to take a tour of the campus - which can usually be set up with the school, or just go take an unofficial look for yourself.
Narrow down Your top picks, the ones that sound best to you on paper and then seriously consider making a trip or a trek to see them in person. Or at least do some research to get a feel for life (and weather!) there.
Obviously there are many reputed business management degrees and courses in which students can easily enroll and get a proper degree in. However, it is also important to mention here that with the rise and emergence of different business management degrees, courses and schools students have greater options and choices at their disposal that can help them in getting into the best and accredited online business schools for developing their career in an effective manner