Temple University’s Fox School of Business

68. Temple University

Fox School of Business and Management

1801 Liacouras Walk
Alter Hall
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122
Admissions: 215-204-5890
Email: foxinfo@temple.edu
Website: http://www.fox.temple.edu/fmba/
Apply Online: http://www.fox.temple.edu/fmba/admissions.html

The trademarks of the Fox MBA are its focus on four fundamental principles: integrated curriculum, real-world learning, personalized service, and value. The Fox MBA starts with a required pre-term comprehensive orientation program, designed to prepare students for a successful transition into the program.

During the first semester of study, students the core courses cover disciplines such as: quantitative methods for business, accounting for managerial and investments analysis and planning, and marketing and management strategy. The instructional approach used at Fox involves presenting a common set
of issues, problems or circumstances, which each course addresses in relation to that subject. The curriculum utilizes cases rooted in real-world business problems to address these issues.

The cornerstone of experiential learning in the Fox MBA is its Enterprise Management Consulting Practicum. This year long course delivered in the second year of the program enables students to deliver professional level consulting services to companies and organizations throughout the Northeast business corridor of the US. Students are also required to do a non-credit summer internship to complete the program.

Latest Up-to-Date MBA Rankings:
Poets&Quants: 36
BusinessWeek: NR
Forbes: 72
U.S. News & World Report: 57
Financial Times: NR
The Economist: NR

Tuition & Fees: $43,984 (resident)
Tuition & Fees: $64,828 (non-resident)
Median GMAT: 620
GMAT Range (mid-80%): 540-710
Average GPA: 3.31
Acceptance Rate: 28%

Full-Time Enrollment: 133
International: 20%
Female: 41%
Minority
African American: 8%
Asian American: 13%
Hispanic or Latino American: 5%
Mean Age: 28

Median Base Salary: $52,000
Median Signing Bonus: $5,000
Percentage of MBAs with Job Offers at Graduation: 42%
Percentage of MBAs with Job Offers Three Months Later: 88%