The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania was the U.S.’s first business school and now has the largest alumni network in the country. The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania offers these departments and concentrations: accounting, actuarial science, e-commerce, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, health care administration, human resources management, insurance, international business, marketing, production/operations management, public policy, real estate, and quantitative analysis/statistics and operations research.
Wharton’s MBA program emphasizes an intensive, flexible core in general business education, with 19 majors and almost 200 electives. Wharton professors are leaders in their fields–half of them have active consulting practices with businesses, not-for-profits, and governments around the world. And this broad expertise creates a range and depth of courses unavailable at any other business school. Students will select a pathway through content areas based on their education, career experience, and goals. Wharton MBA allows students to customize their learning not just through the selection of electives and majors, but also through choices in the core.
To assist students with navigating this robust program, is a team of professional advisors that offer guidance in areas of academics, student life engagement and career management. They will be available to engage with students and help them meet their goals throughout their MBA journey.
Full time tuition fee for the MBA program is US$81,378 per year with tuition and financial aid for applicable students. Upon graduation, 98% of Wharton’s MBA graduates of 2019 received job offers with a median annual salary of US$150,000.