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Wake Forest’s School of Business

Wake Forest University's Babcock School of Management is ranked 41st among the top 100 business schools in the U.S. by Poets&Quants.

Wake Forest University’s College of Business is ranked 44th among the top 100 business schools in the U.S. by Poets&Quants.

45. Wake Forest University

School of Business

1834 Wake Forest Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Admissions: 336-758-5422

Email: admissions@mba.wfu.edu

Website: http://business.wfu.edu/

Apply Online: http://business.wfu.edu/apply

The Wake Forest School of Business MBA program focuses on entrepreneurial approaches to business problems. Because of the integrated nature of the core curriculum, every student is required to take all first-year courses.

All students must choose a primary career concentration, which requires 12 to 15 credit hours of study from pre-approved lists of courses.

The school’s career concentrations build on the foundation of functional skills developed during the first year of the program and focus on preparing students for their careers.

Students may choose to pursue two primary concentrations if they prefer, or they may choose one primary concentration and one secondary. A secondary concentration requires nine credit hours of study.

On October 22, 2014, Charles Iacovou, the school’s dean, announced that they would be shutting down the full-time MBA program. In its place, Wake Forest plans to  to expand enrollment in other programs and to add more executive education, pre-experience and specialized master’s in business.

Latest Up-to-Date MBA Rankings:

Poets&Quants (2014): 45

BusinessWeek (2014): 46

Forbes (2013): 43

U.S. News & World Report (2015): 58

Financial Times (2014): 47

The Economist (2014): 37

MBA Program Consideration Set:

Stretch Schools: University of Washington, Brigham YoungSouthern Methodist, Rochester, Maryland

Match SchoolsBoston University, Purdue, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Penn State, Boston College, Tulane,

Safety Schools: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Arizona State, Georgia, Iowa, William & Mary

Program Cost: $83,494

Median GMAT: 652

GMAT Range (mid-80%): 580-704

Average GPA: 3.33

Acceptance Rate: 37%

Full-Time Enrollment: 94

International: 28%

Female: 23%

Minority: 22%

Mean Age: 28

Median Base Salary: $84,911

Median Signing Bonus: $13,323

Percentage of MBAs with Job Offers at Graduation: 74%

Percentage of MBAs with Job Offers Three Months Later: 93%

Where the Class of 2014 Went to Work:

Consumer Products — 41%

Financial Services — 27%

Petroleum / Energy — 10%

Other — 8%

The Top Employers for the Class of 2014:

Hanesbrands — 5

PepsiCo — 4

Bank of America — 3

Ernst & Young — 2

Estimate of Total Pay Over a 20-Year Career*: $2,101,000

* 2014 PayScale estimate for Poets&Quants

 

Note: MBA Program Consideration Set: If you believe you’re a close match to this school–based on your GMAT and GPA scores, your age and work experience, you should look at these other competitive full-time MBA programs as well. We list them by stretch, match and safety. These options are presented on the basis of brand image and ranking status as a general guideline.