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Web Exclusive: The Hispanic Business 2003 Top 25 MBA Schools for Hispanics

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1. University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business
Admissions, MBA Program Office
1 University Station, B6004
Austin, TX 78712
(512) 471-7612
Fax: (512) 471-4243

Total graduate enrollment 804
Hispanic graduate enrollment 116
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 14%
Total MBA degrees earned 386
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 39
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 10%

The McCombs School of Business offers a welcoming environment for people from all backgrounds. The McCombs MBA program encourages student organizations such as the Hispanic Graduate Business Association and the Consortium Fellows Business Association to flourish. In addition to being one of the 13 schools in the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management, the school annually sponsors and participates in the conference for the National Society for Hispanic MBAs. Hispanic students make up 10 to 15 percent of each incoming MBA class, and McCombs provides these students with an extensive support network to address both academic and professional needs. Through the Plus Program, every McCombs MBA will be afforded the opportunity to explore corporate and cultural differences through school-sponsored study tours in Latin America, Asia, and Europe. The Joint Degree Program in Latin American Studies addresses the increased need in both public and private sectors for business specialists with a thorough understanding of Latin American politics and cultures. The school has partnered with more than 20 schools throughout the world to offer exchange and double degree programs. Students interested in developing stronger language skills may pursue the Spanish-language track. Employers view the University of Texas at Austin as a great resource for Hispanic professionals.

2. Yale University Yale School of Management
P.O. Box 208200
New Haven, CT 06520-8200
(203) 432-5932
Fax: (203) 432-7004

Total graduate enrollment 481
Hispanic graduate enrollment 66
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 14%
Total MBA degrees earned 225
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 31
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 14%

The Yale School of Management (SOM) recruits Hispanic MBA students through the MBA Diversity Alliance with other top business schools, through MBA Minority Workshops, and in partnership with the National Society of Hispanic MBAs. Special scholarships have been designated for historically underrepresented students, including the Megunticook Scholars Program, made possible through a generous gift of alumnus Thomas Matlack, SOM '91. On-campus support organizations include the Hispanic MBA Advisory Council, the Latin America Student Interest Group, and La Casa Cultural at Yale. Yale SOM is also an active participant in Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), a program that provides support and information to prospective minority MBA candidates as they prepare for the graduate management education application process. In 2002, Yale SOM and MLT presented the first-ever Pre-MBA Prep Program for minority candidates interested in pursuing an MBA. The program encompassed elements of a successful MBA application, from essay review to mock interviews to financing an MBA. "I strongly encourage those interested in pursuing an MBA to consider the Yale School of Management," says Nicole McKinney, associate director of minority and student affairs at the Yale School of Management. "If you have specific inquiries, please contact me at (203) 432-5932 or"

3. Stanford University Graduate School of Business
518 Memorial Way
Stanford, CA 94305
(650) 723-2766
Fax: (650) 725-7831

Total graduate enrollment 749
Hispanic graduate enrollment 93
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 12%
Total MBA degrees earned 374
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 46
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 12%

"I have felt a warm and genuine welcome from my classmates as well as the administration and faculty at Stanford," says Omar Gonzalez, Stanford MBA '03. "The GSB experience has provided a foundation for me to identify and pursue more cogent ways to have an impact in my community." Support for diversity begins with the application process and includes MBA information sessions around the United States for underrepresented audiences, and Stanford Graduate School of Business representation at such events as the National Society of Hispanic MBAs' annual conference and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers' annual conference. In fall 2002, the MBA admissions office conducted the first "Minority Perspectives on the GSB" day for prospective underrepresented populations considering the GSB. In addition, the school makes an effort to reach out to prospective students in Latin America with regional information sessions. Last fall, for example, admissions officers traveled to Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, and Brazil, as well as to Mexico and Costa Rica, where they conducted information sessions and attended dinner receptions. Also, the business school's alumni association held two executive briefings at chapter events in Mexico.

4. University of New Mexico The Robert O. Anderson School and Graduate School of Management
University of New Mexico, MSC05 3090
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
(505) 277-3147
Fax: (505) 277-9356

Total graduate enrollment 503
Hispanic graduate enrollment 92
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 18%
Total MBA degrees earned 137
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 26
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 19%

The Anderson Schools of Management at the University of New Mexico are committed to making a significant difference in the lives of students while enhancing surrounding communities. Corporate partners such as the Ford Motor Company, GlaxoSmithKlein, Grant Thornton, and many others provide financial assistance to the Schools. Active involvement of faculty and students in the Hispanic Business Students Association and the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting provide Hispanic students with a cultural community encouraging excellence in scholarship and service. The Schools' commitment to outreach and providing students with exceptional hands-on experience is further evidenced in the Center for the Support of Economic Development, a support center for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and start-ups involving student teams in creating real business solutions. Dr. Andy Salazar, PNM chair in microsystems, commercialization, and technology, recently joined the Anderson Schools and the Center to cultivate microsystems development in New Mexico. Student teams are integrated in the outreach effort. The Hispanic Women's Council mentors students about academic, professional, and personal issues. Anderson Schools graduates are aggressively recruited, and placement rates exceed 90 percent within three months of graduation.

5. The University of Miami School of Business
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL 33124-6524
(305) 284-4607
Fax: (305) 284-1878

Total graduate enrollment 361
Hispanic graduate enrollment 94
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 26%
Total MBA degrees earned 222
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 76
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 34%

Situated on a 260-acre tropical campus in the community of Coral Gables, the University of Miami School of Business Administration has been called the "Ivy League School of the South." Located at the gateway to Latin America, the University of Miami provides unique educational opportunities in a global community, serving as a major center for Latin American and Caribbean business studies. America's Network ranks Miami as number 5 among the world's top 20 telecom hubs, and as second in the nation, behind New York City, in international banking. Peterson's recently ranked Miami among the top five cities in America for pursuing education. With a diverse educational program and an international community, the University of Miami School of Business provides a unique opportunity to earn an MBA degree. Upon graduation, University of Miami students become a part of the sixth-largest alumni network in the country. The School of Business recently erected a $23 million facility complete with computer access at every seat, a "paperless" library with a full-time librarian, a computer lab exclusive to MBA students, and high-tech classrooms. As a "wireless" campus, the University of Miami provides remote online access.

6. University of California at Berkeley Haas School of Business
430 Student Services, # 1902
Berkeley, CA 94720-1902
(510) 642-1405
Fax: (510) 643-6659

Total graduate enrollment 496
Hispanic graduate enrollment 55
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 11%
Total MBA degrees earned 254
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 21
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 8%

A business school is fundamentally about people and the kind of community they form. At UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, people have created a fascinating community marked by a full schedule of activities developed by and for students. Diversity, a key strength of the Berkeley MBA program, can be measured in many ways. Students from a variety of ethnic backgrounds are an important part of the Haas School. A third of the students are from outside the United States, and about 30 percent are women. Students' academic backgrounds vary widely, ranging from science and engineering to economics and fine arts. The enriching diversity of the Berkeley MBA program mirrors the makeup of business in the global economy. "This year, with the support of my classmates, I founded the Hispanic MBA Student Association, the first student business club at Haas dedicated solely to the issues facing Hispanic students in business school," says Richard Velazques, Berkeley MBA '03. "We joined the Black Business Student Association to set a strategy for increasing minority enrollment and support in the MBA program while still adhering to the requirements of Prop 209. Diversity is truly valued by the student body here and we are a community in every sense of the word."

7. University of Southern California Marshall School of Business
Popovich Hall, Room 308
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2633
(213) 740-7846
Fax: (213) 749-8520

Total graduate enrollment 581
Hispanic graduate enrollment 41
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 7%
Total MBA degrees earned 286
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 20
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 7%

Top scholars, top students, a supportive and growing alumni network (65,000 strong), and a Los Angeles location all contribute to Marshall's creation of a community founded in diversity and opportunity. A world-class faculty, innovative team-based curricula, and programs that take students outside their comfort zone are cornerstones of the Marshall experience. The Pacific Rim Education Program, for example, exposes MBAs to business environs abroad. Hispanic recruitment focuses on outreach programs of the Consortium of Graduate Study in Management, the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, and a special Marshall Diversity Weekend in December. Marshall encourages leadership among its Hispanic students through involvement in graduate business student government and more than 25 student organizations committed to community service and industry dialogue, such as the Graduate Latino Business Association. In a Wall Street Journal poll, recruiters rank Marshall's Career Resource Center among the most responsive and best-run operations in the nation. In a Business Week survey, recruiters highly praised Marshall graduates, and students said they were most pleased with the school's academics.

8. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School
CB 3490, McColl Building
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3490
(919) 962-8301
Fax: (919) 962-0898

Total graduate enrollment 264
Hispanic graduate enrollment 76
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 29%
Total MBA degrees earned 264
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 39
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 15%

UNC Kenan-Flagler is defined not just by its ethnic, cultural, international, racial, and gender diversity, but also by the diversity of functions and industries from which students come and the high degree to which the community embraces diversity in life experiences. Hispanic students often are members of the Latin American Student Association, the International Business Association (which organizes professional and social events, including Fiesta Latina, an annual event celebrating Latin culture), and the Alliance of Minority Business Students, which promotes academic and career success among African-American, Asian, Hispanic, and other minority MBA students through support systems and special opportunities. It sponsors speakers, workshops, and a variety of academic and social projects, including activities for Hispanic Heritage Month and Black History Month, and Inside Kenan-Flagler, an annual event to introduce prospective minority students to the School. Chapel Hill is a progressive college town that benefits from its location in the Research Triangle, a high-tech hub of multinational corporations and start-up companies, where executives, entrepreneurs, and academics share ideas and expertise.

9. Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business
100 Tuck Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 646-3162
Fax: (603) 646-1441

Total graduate enrollment 435
Hispanic graduate enrollment 25
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 6%
Total MBA degrees earned 211
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 12
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 6%

Founded in 1900, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is the oldest graduate school of business in the world. The school has always focused solely on the two-year, full-time, residential MBA degree. Well known for its sense of community, Tuck is one of the smallest MBA programs, allowing its students to enjoy personal interaction with peers and professors. Tuck is devoted to improving its business and academic network throughout Latin America and is the first business school to use Contact Network, a powerful web-based application that allows participants to search the contact database of the Tuck community. Other efforts to increase the school's academic network have included travel, publications, financial aid, admission efforts, seminars, and communications. Tuck has held admission receptions in such countries as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru. The Hispanic student association receives assistance in the form of free web services, technical help, access to faculty, and event management services. The Tuck Global Consultancy Projects, a four-credit course sponsored by Tuck's International Center of Business, have included student trips to Costa Rica, Mexico, Paraguay, El Salvador, Ecuador, and Brazil.

10. Columbia University Columbia Business School
216 Uris Hall, 3022 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-1961
Fax: (212) 662-5754

Total graduate enrollment 1,188
Hispanic graduate enrollment 42
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 4%
Total MBA degrees earned 674
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 21
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 3%

Columbia Business School is widely acknowledged as one of the world's top business schools and a leader in the integration of international business throughout the MBA program. The student body is characterized by diversity of professional backgrounds, international representation, and individual demographics. In recent years, the school has boasted some of the highest percentages of women and minority students among leading business schools. The Hispanic Business Association (HBA) provides a forum to foster the professional growth of Hispanic MBA students. The HBA's membership is a blend of students from throughout the United States as well as Latin America and the Caribbean who strongly identify with and desire to maintain strong ties to their Latino culture. HBA works with the school's admissions office to recruit Hispanic students. The Latin American Business Association (LABA) is currently one of the most active student organizations at Columbia Business School, with more than 170 members from all over the world. Each year, LABA coordinates a conference on business opportunities and trends in Latin America featuring prestigious members from the United States and Latin America.

11. Florida International University Alvah H. Chapman, Jr., Graduate School of Business
Chapman Graduate Admissions and Student Services
University Park Campus
11200 SW 8th Street, MARC 210
Miami, FL 33199
(305) 348-7398
Fax: (305) 348-1221

Total graduate enrollment 1,019
Hispanic graduate enrollment 571
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 56%
Total MBA degrees earned 79
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 47
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 59%

The Chapman School at Florida International University is South Florida's most important center for graduate business education and research, particularly in international business and information technology (IT) management. A unit within the College of Business Administration, it enrolls about 1,100 students per year in its Ph.D. and ten master's programs and serves a sizeable constituency through its executive education programs. The Chapman School is founded on the philosophy and practices embodied by Alvah H. Chapman Jr. - leadership, integrity, humanitarianism, and civic engagement.

12. New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business
44 West Fourth Street, Suite 6-70
New York, NY 10012
(212) 998-0600
Fax: (212) 995-4231

Total graduate enrollment 817
Hispanic graduate enrollment 47
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 6%
Total MBA degrees earned 415
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 19
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 5%

Each year, thousands of people from more than 80 countries worldwide apply for admission to NYU's Stern School of Business. Their reason? "Reputation, location, and programs," says one student succinctly. "It's the people," says another. "When I came for a visit, I felt I belonged here." A supportive community is not the only thing that makes Stern one of the world's leading business schools. Modern facilities and innovative programs of study have been key to attracting the world's best talent - in students and faculty - to Stern. New York City itself provides a "classroom" where the business, communication, and cultural worlds commingle to provide a dynamic learning environment.

13. University of California at Los Angeles The Anderson School at UCLA
110 Westwood Plaza
Gold Hall, Suite B201
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481
(310) 825-6944
Fax: (310) 825-8582

Total graduate enrollment 652
Hispanic graduate enrollment 25
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 4%
Total MBA degrees earned 326
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 12
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 4%

"Nowhere is the growing economic, political, and social importance of Latinos more evident than in Los Angeles," says Dean Bruce Willison. "The Anderson School at UCLA is committed to being a leader in preparing Latino students to transform and lead organizations, whether it's within a community-based nonprofit organization or a large multinational corporation." The school's efforts in recruiting new students are supported by the Latino Management Students Association and the Latin American Club. "We are extremely pleased to have established a growing network of prospective applicants through the concentrated efforts of Latino students at Anderson. They have played a pivotal role through our one-on-one mentoring of high school and college students, organizing MBA information nights, and sponsorship of conferences such as What's Next in Latino America," Mr. Willison says. The Anderson School actively promotes diversity through such successful initiatives as the Riordan Program, Leadership Education and Development, Los Angeles Education Alliance for Restructuring Now, and MBA forums.

14. University of Michigan Business School
701 Tappan, D2260
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
(734) 763-5796
Fax: (734) 763-7804

Total graduate enrollment 1,875
Hispanic graduate enrollment 66
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 4%
Total MBA degrees earned 697
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 33
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 5%

The University of Michigan Business School's approach is designed to promote excellence in students looking to immerse themselves in the MBA experience. As a general management institution, Michigan provides superb academics across the board, drawing on a long tradition of building faculty excellence in every business function. The Business School's personalized approach blends delivery of knowledge based on an acclaimed research legacy with progressive professional development. This rigorous curriculum follows a progression of coursework in essential core requirements, a broad offering of elective studies, and an selection of concentrated assignments on and off campus. The program delivers a combination of innovative theories and relevant real-world applications to meet the shifting demands of the global business community.

15. University of Rochester William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration
305 Schlogel Hall
Rochester, NY 14627-0107
(585) 275-3533
Fax: (585) 281-3907

Total graduate enrollment 411
Hispanic graduate enrollment 65
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 16%
Total MBA degrees earned 196
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 27
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 14%

The Simon School supports and participates in the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, which aids in recruiting Hispanics to receive merit-based fellowships for MBA programs. The Simon School was one of the first top MBA schools to recruit in Latin America. It partners with students and support activities through the MSBA (Minority Student Business Association) and LASOS (Latin American Student Organization of Simon), and it has been actively increasing efforts to integrate students into the local Hispanic community through seminars and participation in Hispanic community events.

16. Georgetown University Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business
3520 Prospect Street, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20057
(202) 687-4200
Fax: (202) 687-7809

Total graduate enrollment 534
Hispanic graduate enrollment 17
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 3%
Total MBA degrees earned 235
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 2
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 1%

Georgetown MBA candidates like to point out that there is a distinctive atmosphere there - the emphasis, in classes and out, is definitely on teamwork, cooperation, and friendly competition. Because classes are smaller, students develop close relationships with one another, faculty members, and administrators. Students work together in study groups, are genuinely supportive of one another, and form the kinds of relationships that last long after graduation. This atmosphere of easy camaraderie extends to an active social life, both on Georgetown's campus and in Washington, D.C.

17. Cornell University Johnson Graduate School of Management
111 Sage Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
(800) 847-2087
Fax: (607) 255-0065

Total graduate enrollment 561
Hispanic graduate enrollment 23
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 4%
Total MBA degrees earned 295
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 15
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 5%

"At the Johnson School at Cornell University, leadership is not simply taught; it is mastered through experience," the school declares. Its MBA program focuses on reality-based education, integrating leading-edge research and practice to provide hands-on experience. Immersion learning - a unique part of the Johnson School experience - is reinforced by real-world extracurricular programs such as the student-driven Cayuga MBA Fund, the BR Venture Fund, and Big Red Incubator, as well as many student clubs and associations.

18. Emory University Goizueta Business School
1300 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322
(404) 727-6311
Fax: (404) 727-4612

Total graduate enrollment 388
Hispanic graduate enrollment 12
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 3%
Total MBA degrees earned 206
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 6
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 3%

The school's efforts to reach out to diverse populations have been recognized by the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) and by the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management. NSHMBA bestowed its first University of the Year Award on Goizueta Business School in recognition of "its involvement with and support of NSHMBA on both a local and national level, its efforts to attract more Hispanics to the MBA program, and its prestige and reputation in the community." The Consortium of Graduate Students in Management recently tapped Goizueta to join its alliance of 14 business schools in partnership with Corporate America. The Consortium recruits college-educated African-American, Hispanic, and Native American U.S. citizens and invites them to compete for merit-based fellowships for graduate study leading to an MBA.

19. Indiana University Kelley School of Business
1275 East Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 855-8006
Fax: (812) 855-9039

Total graduate enrollment 547
Hispanic graduate enrollment 19
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 3%
Total MBA degrees earned 299
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 12
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 4%

The Kelley MBA Program offers a strong integrated core curriculum, an internationally renowned faculty committed to teaching excellence, progressive facilities, and excellent opportunities for interaction with faculty and corporate executives. Indiana University is one of the premier college campuses in the country, offering world-class cultural and athletic events. Collectively, these features result in an environment that offers a balance between professional education and extracurricular involvement.

20. George Washington University School of Business & Public Management
710 21st Street NW, Suite 301
Washington, DC 20052
(202) 994-5536
Fax: (202) 994-3571

Total graduate enrollment 275
Hispanic graduate enrollment 13
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 5%
Total MBA degrees earned 121
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 7
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 6%

George Washington University's School of Business and Public Management offers top-quality education in business and management. The international business, finance, and entrepreneurship/small business fields are renowned, and the school prides itself on offering students flexibility in their programs of study. GW management students have the opportunity to gain a better perspective of the relationship between business and its non-market environment through coursework and team projects, and by attending open sessions of Congress, regulatory agencies, and other institutions. With many such resources close at hand, and through internships and part-time positions, GW students have the opportunity to begin building their professional careers before they graduate.

21. Georgia Institute of Technology DuPree College of Management
Graduate Office
800 West Peachtree Street NW
Suite 302
Atlanta, GA 30332-0520
(404) 894-8722
Fax: (404) 894-4199

Total graduate enrollment 215
Hispanic graduate enrollment 13
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 6%
Total MBA degrees earned 79
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 7
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 9%

At the DuPree College of Management, students not only acquire the expertise they need to succeed in business, they also learn how to manage technological change in a global economy and explore its impact on society. The curriculum is rigorous and challenging, preparing students to help solve real-world problems. Students gain a competitive advantage through the school's emphasis on the extended global marketplace and Atlanta's vast technology resources. The dynamic intersection of business and technology has always been at the heart of the mission of the college.

22. Pace University Lubin School of Business
One Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
(212) 346-1531

Total graduate enrollment 547
Hispanic graduate enrollment 16
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 3%
Total MBA degrees earned 245
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 5
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 2%

The mission of the Lubin School is to educate students in a personalized academic environment by applying contemporary theory to professional practice. With baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral programs on campuses in New York City and Westchester County, the Lubin School provides a distinctive educational experience that reflects the traditions on which Pace University was founded in 1906 to prepare students for careers in business.

23. University of Arizona Eller Graduate School of Management
McClelland Hall 210
P.O. Box 210108
Tucson, AZ 85721-0108
(520) 621-4008
Fax: (520) 621-2606

Total graduate enrollment 138
Hispanic graduate enrollment 5
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 4%
Total MBA degrees earned 71
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 3
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 4%

The University of Arizona produces MBAs who are rigorously trained in the tools of business analysis and seasoned by application of those tools to real-world client problems. Eller MBA students work in a small and close-knit community of colleagues, faculty, and staff members. When they graduate, they possess a capacity for work and a set of skills that propel them toward career-long success.

24. Wake Forest University Babcock Graduate School of Management
P.O. Box 7659
Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7659
(336) 758-5422
Fax: (336) 758-5830

Total graduate enrollment 225
Hispanic graduate enrollment 11
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 5%
Total MBA degrees earned 115
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 2
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 2%

"At Babcock, we're committed to advancing the understanding and practice of management and leadership in a rapidly changing global economy," the school states. "The key to educating business leaders rests in a faculty dedicated to the highest quality in teaching and scholarship and in an environment that encourages value-added learning." Without the distraction of the demands of undergraduate or Ph.D. programs, faculty members at Babcock are free to focus solely on MBA education. They endorse Wake Forest University's teacher-scholar ideal, in which dedication to good teaching and student development is as important as outstanding and relevant research.

25. University of Wisconsin at Madison School of Business
3150 Grainger Hall
975 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53711
(608) 262-4000
Fax: (608) 265-4192

Total graduate enrollment 355
Hispanic graduate enrollment 12
Percent Hispanic graduate enrollment 3%
Total MBA degrees earned 193
MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 5
Percent of MBA degrees earned by Hispanics 3%

The University of Wisconsin enrolled its first business students in 1900 in one of the first commerce programs in the country. From those 19 students, the School of Business has grown today to a student body of approximately 2,200. More than 32,000 UW-Madison School of Business alumni form a global network that provides a wealth of opportunity for current students and a continuous stream of input for the school's programs. Many alumni of the School of Business are among the more than 300 executives who serve on the business school's numerous advisory boards - providing mentors for current students, internship and placement opportunities, and invaluable assistance in keeping the curriculum relevant.

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