The Wall Street Journal (November 30, 1998) reported that economics is the top major at Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Stanford, and the Universities of Pennsylvania and Chicago. Reasons for the demand include a booming stock market leaving finance professionals among the highest paid in the nation. William Walstad and Michael Nieswiadomy (Journal of Economic Education - Fall 1998) reported that among the average LSAT scores of disciplines with more than 2,000 students who applied for law school admission, economics majors ranked first. The following is a representative sample of the graduate schools at which our Economics and Business majors have completed degrees.
Detailed information about graduate MBA programs can be reviewed at www.gombaschools.com.
More information about postgraduate scholarships and fellowships can be found at postgrad-fellowships.
1. M.B.A. Programs
|University of Chicago||Claremont Graduate School - Drucker|
|Northwestern University - Kellogg||Columbia Business School, NY|
|UCLA - Anderson||AGSM - Thunderbird|
|Santa Clara University||University of Navarra - IESE|
|UC Berkeley - Haas||University of Pittsburgh - Katz|
|UC Irvine - Merage||Pepperdine University - Graziadio|
|Yale Graduate School of Management||U.S. International University - Ansoff|
|Babson||Alliant International University - Goldsmith|
|University of Southern California - Marshall||University of Washington|
2. Law Schools
|Harvard University||University of Denver|
|University of California at Berkeley - Bolt Hall||University of Washington|
|University of Southern California||Santa Clara University|
|University of Iowa||Northwestern University|
|Hastings Law School||University of San Diego|
|University of Minnesota||U.S. International University - Ansoff|
|University of Maryland||Ohio State University|
|University of Chicago||Loma Linda Medical School|
|University of Arizona - Eller||Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara Medical School|