Demographics, Full-time Class of 2019
|Students graduating in the Full-time Class of 2019
|One-Year MBA students
|Two-Year MBA students
|Age range at graduation**
|Work experience range (middle 80%)**
|U.S. minority (nonwhite or unspecified)**
|*Dual-degree (MBA+MEM) program in design and operations.
**Data based on 2YMBA and MMM entrants in Fall 2017 and 1YMBA entrants in Summer 2018.
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