When U.S. News and World Report included the Oregon MBA on its recent list of “Top Ten MBA Programs with the Most Financial Value at Graduation,” we were pleased—but not entirely surprised.
Delivering excellent value has long been central to the program's mission. With its distinctive blend of experiential and classroom learning—along with a flourishing network of alumni and supporters—the Oregon MBA opens myriad professional opportunities to its graduates.
And thanks to starting salaries that average more than three and a half times the average amount of student debt they carry, our freshly minted MBAs are well positioned to pay off the cost of their education.
Released in January 2014, this U.S. News "Short List" ranking compared graduates' average starting salary-to-debt ratio and was based on the 2012 survey the magazine conducted of 448 schools for its “Best Business Schools” rankings published in March 2013.
Oregon MBA graduates had an average starting salary of $61,140 and an average student debt of $16,950, for a salary-to-debt ratio of 3.607.
The upcoming deadline for apply to the Oregon MBA is March 15.
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