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Mendoza College of Business
Strength in Numbers
 
Students entering Fall ’03
Undergraduate students 1,638
MBA students 327
Executive MBA students (South Bend and Chicago) 238
MS in Accountancy students 94
MS in Accountancy students (from Ernst & Young) 77
MS in Administration students 50

TOTAL 2,424
 
MBA Students
(students entering Fall ’03)
• Average GMAT score: 664
• Average grade point average: 3.4
• Average work experience: 4.75 years
• Female students: 24%
• Minority students: 19%
• International students: 23% (30 countries)
 
Executive MBA Students
• Average work experience: 14 years
• Female students: 22%
• Minority students: 15%
• Average age: 36
• Corporate officers: 24%
• Senior managers: 55%
• Other professionals: 21%
Master of Science in Accountancy Students

• Average GMAT score: 621
• Female students: 49%
• Average grade point average: 3.55

Master of Science in Administration Students
• Average grade point average: 3.21
• Average work experience: 4.5 years
• Average age: 30
Rankings

MBA Rankings
Economist Magazine (2003)
• #29 best MBA programs worldwide

U.S. News & World Report (2004)
• #29 best business schools

BusinessWeek (2002)
• #29 best business schools worldwide
• Top 10 in fastest return on investment
• Top 4 for addressing ethics issues inside and outside of the classroom

The Wall Street Journal (2003)
• #31 best business schools worldwide

Faculty Research
• #23 BusinessWeek (2002)
• #39Financial Times (2004)

Accountancy
U.S. News & World Report (2004)
• #24

Public Accounting Report (2003)
• #5 nationwide undergraduate accountancy programs
• #6 nationwide graduate accountancy programs

Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
•#23 U.S. News and World Report (2004)

•NASDAQ Award (2003)

Entrepreneur magazine (2004)
• Top 25 programs for entrepreneurial studies

Executive MBA

Financial Times (2003)
• Top 50 best Executive MBA programs worldwide

 
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