Average Pay & Bonus At Top 50 Business Schools

Average Salary & Bonus for the Top 50 Business Schools in the U.S.

 

2013 P&Q Rank & School2013 Pay2012 Pay2011 Pay2010 Pay2009 Pay5-Year Increase
26. Ohio State (Fisher)$108,510$102,162$91,696$91,628$99,7108.8%
27. Rice (Jones)$115,693$108,587$108,175$102,017$100,97514.6%
28. USC (Marshall)$116,011$109,841$109,619$101,810$110,5944.9%
29. Maryland (Smith)$98,723$101,604$99,694$91,269$83,78817.8%
30. Wisconsin$109,293$105,614$105,333$93,332$92,15218.6%
31. Georgia Tech (Scheller)$108,055$101,612$97,376$92,282$92,29817.1%
32. Notre Dame (Mendoza)$115,296$111,255$104,763$96,490$99,60415.8%
33. Penn State (Smeal)$108,961$91,563$93,156$95,480$96,74612.6%
34. Texas A&M (Mays)$97,480$104,723$97,279$91,246$90,7777.4%
35. Iowa (Tippie)$95,058$87,026$94,003$92,802$85,46311.2%
36. Minnesota (Carlson)$117,972$118,986$110,349$97,298$106,26411.0%
37. Rochester (Simon)$92,262$95,046$81,117$78,083$82,80811.4%
38. Michigan State (Broad)$102,806$96,579$94,826$92,359$100,5712.2%
39. SMU (Cox)$100,748$95,296NANA$92,329 9.1%
40. Boston University$103,291$101,204$94,434$90,157$101,4941.8%
41. Purdue (Krannert)$100,609$97,293$89,720$89,655$98,9801.6%
42. Arizona State (Carey)$103,903$100,984$95,255$92,101$94,5569.9%
43. Brigham Young (Marriott)$110,216$108,227$103,369$97,207$98,50011.9%
44. Illinois-Urbana-Champagn$94,751$94,331$85,916$95,276$94,700.1%
45. Boston College$96,915$102,423$98,283$91,282$98,298-1.4%
46. Wake Forest (Babcock)$93,957$100,897$91,504$88,390$104,595-10.2%
47. UC-Irvine (Merage)$89,719$80,809$79,149$76,981$77,70215.5%
48. Florida (Hough)$84,281$78,102$78,522$75,403$67,28825.3%
49. Georgia (Terry)$86,096$91,830NANANANA
50. George Washington$87,198$89,508NANANANA

Source: Poets&Quants analysis from publicly available data from business schools 

DON’T MISS: ACCEPTANCE RATES AND APPLICATION VOLUME AT TOP 50 BUSINESS SCHOOLS or AVERAGE GMAT SCORES AT TOP 50 BUSINESS SCHOOLS

About The Author

John A. Byrne is the founder and editor-in-chief of C-Change Media, publishers of Poets&Quants and four other higher education websites. He has authored or co-authored more than ten books, including two New York Times bestsellers. John is the former executive editor of Businessweek, editor-in-chief of Businessweek. com, editor-in-chief of Fast Company, and the creator of the first regularly published rankings of business schools. As the co-founder of CentreCourt MBA Festivals, he hopes to meet you at the next MBA event in-person or online.