MBA Class Profiles 2020

Meet the Full-time and Flex MBA Program entering classes of 2020 — a group of students who bring academic, professional, and personal diversity, and who are driven to effect change in the world of global business. What will you bring to next year’s class?

Full-time MBA Class Profile

Graphic that depicts all of the Full-Time MBA Class of 2020 Stats, as follows: 

1482 Applications Received, 247 Enrolled

37 Countries represented

32% female MBAs, 38% US Diversity (which includes African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native American), 28% International

Average Years of work experience is 5 years

Average is 28.7 years

Major industry backgrounds are: Financial Services (20.6%), Technology & New Media (8.5%), Government (7.3%), Consulting (6.9%), and Non-Profit and Social Impact (5.3%)

Average GPA: 3.34; Mid 80% Range: 2.83 - 3.73

Average GMAT: 691.4; Mid 80% range: 650 to 720

Average GRE quant: 157.64; Mid 80% range: 151 to 164

Average GRE verbal: 158.7; Mid 80% range: 152 to 165

Undergraduate fields of study: Social Sciences (2%), Business (26%), Computer Science (6%), Economics (13%), Engineering (13%), Gov/Intl Studies (9%), Humanities (10%), Math & Physical Sciences (16%), Other (4%)

Flex MBA Class Profile

Graphic that depicts all of the Flex MBA Class of 2020 Stats, as follows: 

304 Applications Received, 135 Enrolled

16 Countries represented

44% female MBAs, 31% US Diversity (which includes African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native American), 12% URM, 11% International

Average Years of work experience is 4.98 years

Average is 28.5 years

Major industry backgrounds are: Government (13.13%), Consulting (11.11%), Education (8.9%), Technology & New Media (8.9%), and Financial Services (8.15%)

Average GPA: 3.41; Mid 80% Range: 2.96 - 3.8

Average GMAT: 662.3; Mid 80% range: 590 to 710

Average GRE quant: 155.19; Mid 80% range: 150 to 162

Average GRE verbal: 156.6; Mid 80% range: 145 to 162

Undergraduate fields of study: Social Sciences (1%), Business (30%), Computer Science (5%), Economics (13%), Engineering (13%), Gov/Intl Studies (13%), Humanities (10%), Math & Physical Sciences (16%), Other (2%)
* U.S. Diversity signifies African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native American
** Other industries include Not-for-Profit & Social Impact, Healthcare, Real Estate, Hospitality & Tourism, Construction, Energy & CleanTech, Consumer Goods & Retail, International Development, Computer & Electronic Products, Entertainment & Media, Construction, Education, Law, Entrepreneurship, International Development, Marketing & Sales, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, PR & Advertising, Telecommunications, and Transportation

67% have lived, worked, or studied abroad

Countries Represented

Australia
Bangladesh
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
France
Germany
Ghana

Honduras
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Kenya
Latvia
Lebanon
Liberia
Mexico
Spain
Switzerland

Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela
Netherlands
Nigeria
Pakistan
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Africa
South Korea