Profile Data from 2012
  • Program Cost
    $10,260
    $ $ $ $ $
  • Enrollment
    296
Contact Information
3825 West 103rd
Chicago, Illinois 60655, United States
Website

Saint Xavier University Graham School of Management continues to build upon the ideals of its founders and sponsors, the Sisters of Mercy, who in 1846, established an academy defined by intellectual rigor in the tradition of the liberal arts, the encouragement of religious faith, and action in solidarity with the economically poor of the world, especially women and children. The professionally focused programs in the Saint Xavier University Graham School of Management prepare managers to make, communicate and implement ethical informed decisions. The programs involve simultaneous assessment of markets, productive processes, human resources and financial impact in both the short and long run. This preparation is accomplished through carefully designed curricula and with a highly talented, diverse and committed faculty. We offer students a challenging, up-to-date curriculum, a distinguished faculty, outstanding facilities, and the city of Chicago as both a learning and career resource. The undergraduate and graduate business programs of the Graham School of Management of Saint Xavier University are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). In addition, the Graham School of Management is working to achieve Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation. Our accreditation plan has been approved by the Initial Accreditation Committee of the AACSB.

Quick Stats

  • Yield
    70%
  • Selectivity
    71%

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About St. Xavier University

Admissions: Can I get in?

Post-Grad Work Experience
  • Average
  • Median
  • Middle 80%
Admissions Selectivity
71% Graham School of Management 72% Average Across All Schools

Average GMAT Score
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Total Applications
  • Applied
  • Accepted
  • Accepted Apps Enrolled
100% 114
71% 71.0
70% 70.0
Female
46% 46
International
1% 1
Wait-listed
100% 0
Importance of Application Elements
  • GPA / Undergrad Transcripts Very Important
  • Resume / Work Experience Very Important
  • Application Essay Important
  • Recommendations Important
  • Interviews Considered
  • GMAT Scores Considered
GMAT Scores
  • All Applicants
  • Accepted
770 to 800
0%
0%
740 to 769
0%
0%
710 to 739
0%
0%
680 to 709
0%
0%
650 to 679
0%
0%
620 to 649
0%
0%
590 to 619
0%
0%
560 to 589
0%
0%
530 to 559
0%
0%
500 to 529
0%
0%
Under 500
0%
0%
English Language Requirements
550 Minimum TOEFL Score
English Proficiency Required: Yes
Minimum English Proficiency Score: Yes
Accepted Tests
  • TOEFL Internet Based Test
  • TOEFL Paper-based Test

Tuition: Can I afford it?

Resident
$ $ $ $ $
$10,260
Annual Program Cost
Non-Resident
$ $ $ $ $
$10,260
Annual Program Cost
0 Full Tuition Scholarships
59% of Students Receive Aid
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Academics: What will I learn?

Faculty
  • All Teachers
  • Tenured
Total Number of Teachers
12% 35
7% 21
Students in Core Classes
21 Graham School of Management 33 Average Across All Schools

Top 3 Teaching Methods
Lectures
40% 40
Simulation
30% 30
Team project
30% 30
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Concentrations and Specializations
  • Finance
  • General Management
  • Marketing
Top Areas of Study
  • General Management
  • Finance
  • Health Care Administration
Requirements for Graduation
  • Students must have attended a minimum number of classes
  • Students must have earned a pre-determined GPA/Letter grade average
Program Logistics
  • Credits required for graduation 39
  • Average # of months to complete program 24
  • Six-Year completion rate 55%
  • Max time allowed to complete 60
  • Separate Full-Time MBA No
  • Distance learning No
Time Classes Offered
  • Evenings, Every weekend, Via the Internet (unscheduled)
Semester Classes Offered
  • Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Technology Improvements
  • Significant improvements include massive expansion of WiFi coverage and capacity to support mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, laptops) for students and faculty; Increases in internet connection bandwidth; Upgrades to our Learning Management System (Blackboard); Addition of more Smart Classrooms and upgrades to existing Smart Classrooms.

Students: Who are my classmates?

Yes Part-time students have a campus area
Ethnicity of Students
White
35% 35
African American
33% 33
Hispanic
22% 22
Activities
Professional Clubs
Networking Clubs

Alumni: How strong is my network?

2,320 Living MBA Alumni
5% Participating in gift donations No Individual alumni gift in excess of $10 Million in the last 12 months

Employer data includes graduates and current students.