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Tables: The Best B Schools: By The Numbers


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TABLES: The Best B-Schools: By the Numbers

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TABLE

1996 Median Total Compensation

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1 Harvard $110,637

2 Stanford $108,000

3 Dartmouth (Tuck) $105,000

4 MIT $102,750

5 Wharton $100,000

6 Kellogg $95,000

7 Columbia $88,850

8 Chicago $86,000

9 Berkeley (Haas) $85,000

10 UCLA $85,000

11 Virginia $85,000

12 Yale $83,050

13 Michigan $81,400

14 Carnegie $81,180

15 Duke (Fuqua) $78,000

16 UNC $77,250

17 NYU (Stern) $75,000

18 Cornell $70,000

19 Georgetown $70,000

20 USC $70,000

21 Texas $69,000

22 Indiana $67,000

23 Emory $65,000

24 Purdue $65,000

25 Rochester $65,000

26 Rice (Jones) $63,000

27 Washington (Olin) $62,750

28 SMU $62,350

29 Univ. of Washington $62,150

30 Case Western $60,500

31 Minnesota (Carlson) $60,000

32 Vanderbilt (Owen) $59,000

33 Pittsburgh (Katz) $57,650

34 Babson $57,500

35 Thunderbird $57,000

36 Brigham Young $56,500

37 Notre Dame $56,100

38 Tennessee $56,080

39 Georgia Tech $56,050

40 Ohio State (Fisher) $56,000

41 Wake Forest $56,000

42 Maryland $55,000

43 Michigan State $53,500

44 Iowa $52,950

45 Penn State $52,000

46 Florida $50,000

47 Illinois $50,000

48 Georgia (Terry) $48,750

49 Tulane $48,450

50 Texas A&M $47,000

*DATA: Business Week

includes salary, signing bonus, and other compensation

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TABLE

1996 Median Before School Salary

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1 Harvard $55,000

2 Stanford $54,000

3 Dartmouth (Tuck) $45,000

4 Kellogg $45,000

5 MIT $45,000

6 UCLA $45,000

7 Wharton $45,000

8 Berkeley (Haas) $44,000

9 Chicago $44,000

10 Columbia $44,000

11 UNC $40,000

12 USC $40,000

13 Virginia $40,000

14 Yale $40,000

15 NYU (Stern) $39,000

16 Michigan $38,500

17 Carnegie $37,000

18 Duke (Fuqua) $37,000

19 Cornell $36,750

20 Georgetown $36,000

21 Purdue $36,000

22 Texas $36,000

23 Rice (Jones) $35,500

24 Georgia (Terry) $35,000

25 Indiana $35,000

26 Minnesota (Carlson) $35,000

27 Rochester $35,000

28 Tennessee $34,500

29 Babson $34,000

30 Washington (Olin) $34,000

31 Georgia Tech $33,500

32 Pittsburgh (Katz) $33,500

33 Case Western $32,000

34 Univ. of Washington $32,000

35 Maryland $31,000

36 Emory $30,000

37 Florida $30,000

38 Notre Dame $30,000

39 Ohio State (Fisher) $30,000

40 SMU $30,000

41 Thunderbird $30,000

42 Vanderbilt (Owen) $30,000

43 Wisconsin $30,000

44 Michigan State $29,500

45 Iowa $29,000

46 Illinois $28,000

47 Wake Forest $28,000

48 Penn State $27,000

49 Texas A&M $25,500

50 Brigham Young $25,000

51 Tulane $25,000

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