The University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business comes in at No. 67 in Bloomberg Businessweek’s latest ranking of undergraduate business-school programs.

DU/Daniels is the highest-ranked Colorado program on the list, released Friday. It came in at No. 68 last year.

“The challenges facing business and organizations today require extraordinary leadership. Daniels provides both the foundation and skills to our students to solve global issues,” interim Daniels Dean Charles Patti said. “This ranking demonstrates that our students and our recruiters believe Daniels provides graduates who can transform organizations around the world.”

Right behind DU is Colorado State University’s College of Business, at No. 73 (up from No. 89 last year).

And the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business ranks No. 97 (up from No. 101 last year).

Topping this year’s undergraduate-business list is University of Notre Dame, followed by University of Virginia and Cornell University.