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The Simon School University of Rochester

The Simon School University of Rochester

General Description

The Simon School offers an integrated, cross-functional approach to management, which uses economics as both the framework and common language of business, and the skills to become an effective leader.

Our Full-time M.B.A. Program offers students a choice of 15 functional areas in which to concentrate. The flexible program allows students to enroll in either September or January.

Our Part-time M.B.A. Program offers the same educational opportunities and choices for concentration as the full-time program but also includes evening courses. For their convenience, students can enter the program at four different times of the year.

Our Executive M.B.A. Program offers candidates a fully-accredited M.B.A. degree without career interruption. Classes meet every other Friday and Saturday for two academic years (22 months).

The Simon School has been ranked nationally and internationally among the top 30 schools of business. The School is accredited by the AACSB The International Association for Management Education since 1966.

Simon. Where Thinkers Become Leaders!


  MBA Class 2010 MBA Class 2011
Duration22 months22 months
Graduation monthJuneJune
Available for employmentStarting June 2009Starting June 2010
Number of students180200
Average age2625
Average years of work experience54
% International students5650
% Women3330
Average GMAT score675682

Mailing Address

The Simon School
University of Rochester
305 Schlegel hall
Rochester, New York 14627

Last Statistics 2008

Hires by Industry
Investment Banking/Brokerage 12 %
Insurance 9 %
Financial Management Services 7 %
Consumer Products 10 %
Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology 7 %
Other Manufacturing 13 %
Consulting 17 %
Other Services 10 %
Hires by Function
Financial Analysis/Treasury 28 %
Investment Banking 6 %
Other Finance 11 %
Marketing 19 %
General Management 7 %
Operations/Production 5 %
Ohter 8 %
Average salary upon graduation
$83,484 (US dollars)

Information updated in October 2013