The Most Lucrative Seven-Figure MBA Degrees

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What MBAs From The Top Schools Make Over 20 Years

 

School 20-Year Earnings 2013 Starting Pay & Bonus P&Q Rank
   1. Harvard Business School $3,233,000 $138,346 1
   2. Stanford Graduate School of Business $3,011,000 $137,525 2
   3. Pennsylvania (Wharton) $2,989,000 $141,243 4
   4. UC-Berkeley (Haas) $2,858,000 $134,078 10
   5. Columbia Business School $2,796,000 $137,654 7
   6. MIT (Sloan) $2,723,000 $137,057 6
   7. Virginia (Darden) $2,705,000 $136,102 13
   8. Dartmouth (Tuck) $2,703,000 $139,036 8
   9. New York (Stern) $2,639,000 $131,975 14
 10. UCLA (Anderson) $2,593,000 $123,353 15
 11. Chicago (Booth) $2,558,000 $135,982 3
 12. Northwestern (Kellogg) $2,544,600 $135,838 5
 13. Cornell (Johnson) $2,537,000 $129,037 11
 14. Duke (Fuqua) $2,514,000 $135,101 9
 15. Michigan (Ross) $2,479,000 $134,883 12
 16. Yale School of Management $2,468,000 $126,013 17
 17. Emory (Goizueta) $2,344,000 $124,148 21
 18. Vanderbilt (Owen) $2,334,000 $113,170 25
 19. Boston University $2,329,000 $103,291 40
 20. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $2,322,000 $131,181 16
 21. UC-Irvine (Merage) $2,319,900 $89,719 47
 22. Southern California (Marshall) $2,307,000 $116,011 28
 23. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) $2,298,000 $123,526 18
 24. University of Washington (Foster) $2,286,000 $118,759 24
 25. Notre Dame (Mendoza) $2,261,000 $115,296 32

Source: Payscale Inc. for 20-year estimate, business schools reporting to U.S. News for 2013 starting pay and bonus

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