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Broad MBAs form an extraordinary group with the collective power to build tomorrow’s business.

They have an enviable work ethic, strong commitment to community and approachability that gets recruiters’ attention. The diversity of our student population—in terms of ethnicity, gender, national origin, and professional experience—extends learning beyond classroom opportunities, with each student’s unique background considered an asset to be shared.

Full-Time MBA Class of 2023

Median GMAT

660

Average GMAT

650

GMAT Mid 80% Range

550-720

Average Undergraduate GPA

3.4

Undergraduate Major

STEM: 51%

Business: 31%

Humanities/Social Science: 16%

Other: 2%

Number of Students

65

Average Age

28

Average Work Experience

4.9 Years

Gender

66% Male / 34% Female

Minority Representation

36% Minority Students

(Asian Americans, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Multiracial, American Indian, Alaskan Native)

Domestic/International

65% Domestic / 35% International

States Represented

MI, TX, IL, MN, WI, AL, CT, FL, GA, Guam, MD, NJ, NY, NC, OR, PA (16)

Global Representation

United States, India, China, Korea, Taiwan, Mexico, Nigeria (7)

Full-Time MBA Class of 2022

Median GMAT

660

Average GMAT

674

GMAT Mid 80% Range

610-700

Average Undergraduate GPA

3.3

Undergraduate Major

STEM: 42%

Business: 19%

Humanities/Social Science: 39%

Number of Students

64

Average Age

25.5

Average Work Experience

3.7 Years

Gender

67% Male / 33% Female

Minority Representation

31% Minority Students

(Asian Americans, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Multiracial, American Indian, Alaskan Native)

Domestic/International

80% Domestic / 20% International

States Represented

ID, CA, FL, IL, IN, MI, OH, PA, NC, NJ, MD, MA, HI (13)

Global Representation

China, Nigeria, India, United States, Uzbekistan, Taiwan (6)