Quick Stats

  • Avg. SAT Score
    1390
  • Annual Tuition (in-state excl. fees)
    $10,016
    $ $ $ $ $
  • Program Enrollment
    679
  • University Selectivity
    30%
  • University Yield
    41%
  • Average Salary
    $64,666
  • Top Industry
    Financial Services
  • School Status
    Public
  • Accreditation
    AACSB Accredited
  • B-School Founded
    1921
  • Program Length
    Two Year
Contact Information
Rouss and Robertson Halls
P.O. Box 400173
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4173, United States
Website
405x225

McIntire School of Commerce

The McIntire School of Commerce means more than just business as usual. Blending the timeless lessons of the liberal arts with the cutting-edge skills demanded by today’s fiercely competitive global marketplace, McIntire offers an innovative educational experience of unparalleled quality. McIntire means fresh, engaging classes led by world-class faculty; the chance to tackle real-world problems for real CEOs; and a dynamic, integrated curriculum that makes the complexities of business real and relevant.

What Current Students Say See All 10 Comments >

The integrated core curriculum in the junior year at McIntire was a really unique experience because it used the case method to help us grapple with cross-discipline problems in a discussion-based environment.

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    Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers

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    "All organizations require one core competency: innovation," noted Peter Drucker, widely considered the inventor of modern management. More than ever, today's aggressive rate of change calls for leaders who possess this key competency - and know how to infuse it throughout their organizations.

About University of Virginia

Admissions

Admissions Selectivity
30% University of Virginia 59% Average Across All Schools

Most Important Admissions Factors
More Information
Total Applications
  • Applied
  • Accepted
  • Accepted Apps Enrolled
28984% 28,984
30% 30
41% 41
30% School Selectivity
41% School Yield
Demographics of Applicants
  • Male Applicants
  • Female Applicants
  • International Applicants
  • U.S. Applicants
Required Tests
  • Are Interviews Required? Not required
Additional Requirements:

Total Applications to Program
  • Applied
  • Accepted
  • Accepted Apps Enrolled
764% 764
47% 47
96% 96
47% Program Selectivity
96% Program Yield
Program Requirements
  • Admissions managed by Business Program
  • Are interviews required? By invitation only
Required Tests

Transfer Requirements
  • How internal transfers are handled Separate application
  • Min college GPA for transfers
  • Other transfer requirements Prerequisites comprised of economics, accounting, math, statistics, writing, foreign language, and humanities.
Freshman Requirements
  • Freshman admissions No
  • Percent of admitted applicants who are freshmen
  • Min GPA required in pre-business courses?
  • How freshmen are admitted
Other requirements for freshmen

Careers

Financial Services 46%
Top Industry
  • Consulting 25%
  • Other 4%
  • Real Estate 3%
Ernst & Young LLP 35
Top Employer
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 17
  • Accenture plc 12
  • Deloitte 12
More Information
Job Offers Received and Accepted
  • This School
  • All Schools
By Graduation
0%
0%
86% 86
59% 59.252482758620694
86% Accept Offers
After graduation, but within 3 months
0%
0%
11% 11
17% 16.796475409836066
11% Accept Offers
More than 3 Months after graduation
0%
0%
3% 3
9% 9.484761904761905
3% Accept Offers
88% Graduates seeking full-time employment
12% Graduates not seeking employment
100% Percentage of graduates for whom employment information is available
Salaries and Percentages of Job Accepting Graduates
Area Grads Accepting Jobs Avg. Salary 10k 50k 100k 150k 190k
Consulting
31% 31
$65,646.00
45K 90K
Finance/Accounting
53% 53
$66,359.00
45K 80K
Management Information Systems
3% 3
$64,000.00
55K 90K
Marketing/Sales
7% 7
$46,625.00
35K 65K
Operations/Production
1% 1
$78,333.00
65K 105K
Other
5% 5
$61,444.00
35K 90K
Area Grads Accepting Jobs Avg. Salary 10k 50k 100k 150k 190k
Accounting
13% 13
$60,196.00
50K 73K
Consumer Products/Retail
4% 4
$58,000.00
50K 75K
Consulting
25% 25
$67,917.00
45K 105K
Financial Services
46% 46
$67,635.00
50K 75K
Government/Education
1% 1
$64,833.00
60K 73K
Pharma/Biotech/Health
1% 1
$60,000.00 Data not provided
Media/Entertainment
1% 1
$35,000.00 Data not provided
Non-Profit
1% 1
$40,000.00 Data not provided
Petroleum/Energy
1% 1
$71,667.00
55K 80K
Real Estate
3% 3
$55,714.00
45K 65K
Other
4% 4
$45,375.00
35K 65K
Area Grads Accepting Jobs Avg. Salary 10k 50k 100k 150k 190k
U.S. Northeast
40% 40
$65,894.00
35K 75K
U.S. Mid-Atlantic
39% 39
$62,946.00
35K 105K
U.S. South
13% 13
$65,625.00
38K 75K
U.S. Midwest
3% 3
$64,500.00
50K 70K
U.S. West
5% 5
$64,750.00
45K 90K
Salaries for Most Recent Graduates
Salaries for Most Recent Graduates
Average Signing Bonus for Most Recent Graduates
Other Income for Most Recent Graduates
Internship Employers / Interns Hired
  • Ernst & Young LLP 28
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers 17
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. 13
  • Citigroup Inc. 11
  • Capital One 10
Internship Services
  • Companies that recruit interns on campus
  • Companies that posted internships on school message board
  • Average intern length in weeks 10
  • Percentage of internships that are paid 99
Career Services
  • Number of companies that recruited students on campus 348
  • Number of companies that posted full-time jobs on school message boards
Other activities and career services provided to undergraduate business students:
We have four full-time career counselors dedicated to our 679 students. Through the “Employer-in-Residence Program” (mock interviews, resume reviews and coffee networking sessions), resume and interviewing workshops, student treks, industry focused seminars, a supplemental recruiting program, and one-on-one advising appointments, our students are afforded many opportunities to have their resume and interview skills fine-tuned in advance of the full-time and internship recruiting process.

Cost

Resident
$ $ $ $ $
$23,436
Total Yearly Cost
  • Tuition $10,016
  • Fees $2,450
  • Expenses $10,970
Non-Resident
$ $ $ $ $
$50,140
Total Yearly Cost
  • Tuition $36,720
  • Fees $2,450
  • Expenses $10,970
29% Percent of Institutional Grants or Scholarships 10% Percent of Full-tuition Institutional Grants or Scholarships
Basis for Grants or Scholarships
  • Need 75%
  • Merit 25%
More Information
Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid Management No
  • Website http://sfs.virginia.edu
Scholarships
$2,575,347
Total aid distributed to undergrad business students last year
$2,824,187
Total aid distributed to undergrad business students this year
Loans
  • Loan Guarantee Policy No
  • Max Loan Guarantee Per Year

Academics

Average Class Size
  • McIntire School of Commerce
  • All Schools
Core Business Classes
43% 40
50% 46
Elective Business Classes
60% 35
50% 29
Required Classes with a Waiting List
0 McIntire School of Commerce 13 Average Across All Schools

* On the First Day of Enrollment
Top Areas of Study
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Strategy
More Information
Business Program Classes
14% Less than 20 Students 4% More than 50 Students
82% 21 to 50 students
35 Average number of students in non-business required electives
56 Different Elective Courses
New Electives
  • Digital Innovations
  • Topics in Marketing: Customer Analytics
  • Financial Marketing
  • Topics in Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis
  • Topics in Finance: Quantitative Finance Seminar
  • Program length Two Year
  • Last change to curriculum 2010
Degrees Offered
  • BS in Commerce
Faculty
  • All Faculty
  • Tenured
74% 74
68% 68
Prominent Faculty
  • David Mick

    Marketing

  • Bill Wilhelm

    Finance

  • Tom Bateman

    Management

  • Are work study or co-ops available? No
  • Description of work study / co-ops:

  • Is study abroad available? Yes
  • Description of study abroad programs:

    The McIntire School of Commerce offers a variety of study abroad opportunities, including semester abroad programs during spring semester of a student’s third-year, and several short January and summer courses.

  • Is community service or volunteering available? Yes
  • Description of community service/volunteering:

    The University offers a variety of volunteer opportunities through Madison House and many student and community organizations. Many business students participate in SEED (Student Entrepreneurs for Economic Development) as well as other community service programs.

Students

93% Students in Top 10% of High School Class 93% Students with High School GPA over 3.75
1490 75th Percentile Score on SAT
Student Body Breakdown
  • International Students
  • U.S. Students
  • Male Students
  • Female Students
Ethnicity of Students
White
67% 67
Asian American
12% 12
Multiethnic
10% 10
* Percentages are for U.S. citizens in most recent entering class; only top three responses shown.
More Information
U.S. Regional Breakdown
%
5%
19%
6%
11%
59%
Student Citizenship
U.S.
78% 78
Other Non-U.S. Citizenship
20% 20
Dual Citizenship
7% 7
Canada
1% 1
21 Average age of full-time students
98% Freshman retention rate
Graduation Rate
  • 4 Years
  • 6 Years
99% 99
99% 99

Alumni

Alumni Donors
Total Living Alumni 13,509
Alumni Donations
$2,363 Average Gift $1,210,000 Largest Gift

Most Prominent Alumni
  • John A. Griffin

    Founder, Blue Ridge Capital LP

  • Chris Nassetta

    President & CEO, Hilton Worldwide

  • Carol Sawdye

    CFO & Vicechair, PwC