“The one mistake that impacted me the most as a leader is believing that I had to have the answers. I learned very quickly that it’s just as valuable to know the right questions to ask.”

Loretta Walker (BSBA’80) on Jump-starting Your Job Search
$100,010 The mean base salary of the Questrom MBA Class of 2015 is $100,010, with those accepting jobs in the US also pulling in a $16,232 signing bonus. Most take jobs in the Northeast, with nearly half of all alums heading into consulting services or the health and biotech sectors.
39 Poets & Quants has placed Questrom’s Master of Science in Management Studies on its list of “The Most Innovative Business School Ideas of 2015”—good news for the 39 students who signed up in 2015 for its inaugural class. The program is open to students with scientific or mathematical backgrounds and swaps formal classes and tests for working with real companies to solve real problems.

Within six months of graduation, 98 percent of alums from the undergraduate Class of 2015 had accepted a job, with an average base salary of $60,591.

+9 The Questrom full-time MBA has continued its climb up the major rankings. Bloomberg Businessweek bumped it up nine spots to 48th. U.S. News & World Report pushed it up two places (to 41st) and the Economist nudged it up by one (to 40th). The Financial Times ranks the full-time MBA 32nd in the United States.

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