What Schools Use MBA Math?

Many of the world's top business schools either require or recommend MBA Math to their students. Individual students from over 100 business schools register for MBA Math on their own.


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Arizona (Eller


Arkansas (Walton)

Augsburg


Babson (Olin)

Bard

Baylor (Hankamer)


Brenau


Brigham Young (Marriott)

Carleton (Sprott)


Chicago (Booth)

Colorado Boulder (Leeds)


Colorado Denver


Cornell (Johnson)


Dartmouth (Tuck)

Delaware (Lerner)

Denver (Daniels)


Duke (Fuqua)
EDHEC

Emory (Goizueta)

Florida Southern (Barnett)


Fordham (Gabelli)


Franklin Pierce


Georgetown (Walsh Foreign Service)


Gordon


Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Udaipur


James Madison

Johns Hopkins (Carey)
Kansas

Kent State


La Salle


Metropolitan State


Miami (Herbert)
Michigan State (Broad)


Mississippi State


Mississippi State Meridian


Monaco (IUM)

North Carolina State (Jenkins)
Northern British Columbia


Northwestern (Kellogg)


Notre Dame (Mendoza)
Ohio State (Fisher)
Oklahoma (Price)

Oregon (Lundquist)

Ottawa (Angell Snyder)


Presidio Graduate School


Providence


Rochester (Simon)


San Diego


Seattle (Albers)


St. Thomas (Opus)
Southern Methodist (Cox)
Tennessee Knoxville (Haslam)

Toronto (Rotman)


Trevecca


Tufts (Fletcher MIB)


UC Irvine (Merage)


USC (Marshall)

UT Austin (McCombs)
UT Dallas (Jindal)

UT El Paso
Utah (Eccles)

Vermont (Grossman)


Villanova
Virginia (Darden)

Virginia (McIntire)


Virginia Commonwealth


Virginia Tech (Pamplin)


Wake Forest (Babcock)

Washington Tacoma (Milgard)


Western (Ivey)

William & Mary (Mason)

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