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The Lehigh MBA Fall 2013

Male  65%
Female  35%
Average GPA 3.3
Average GMAT  623
Average Work Experience  6 years
International  24%
Full Time  38% 
Part Time 62%

 Class Make Up

Lehigh’s MBA program is driven by the exceptional quality of its students. While many come from the technical fields such as engineering or traditional fields like business, other careers represent diverse fields from the humanities and the sciences to music, law and medicine.

Lehigh MBA students represent a variety of academic backgrounds from accredited colleges and universities across the globe:

Anna University, India

Osmania University, India

Arizona State University

The Pennsylvania State University

Boston University

Princeton University

Bucknell University

Princeton University

California Polytechnic

Purdue University

Cedar Crest College

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

College of New Jersey

Rider University

Columbia University

Rutgers University

Cranfield University, U.K. 

St. Louis University

Delaware Valley College

Seton Hall University

Dickinson College

Stevens Institute of Technology

Drexel University

Temple University

Duquesne University

Thomas Jefferson University

Elizabethtown College

U.S. Naval Academy

Franklin Marshall College

U.S. Military Academy

Georgia Institute of Technology

University of Cincinnati

Hobart College

University of Maryland-College Park

Johns Hopkins University

University of Mumbai

Lehigh University

University of Pennsylvania

Moravian College

University of Rochester

Muhlenberg College

University of Delaware

National Taiwan University, Taiwan 

University of Pittsburgh

National Taipei University, Taiwan 

University of Toronto

Northwestern University

Villanova University

Ohio State University

Virginia Tech

Oklahoma State University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute



Lehigh MBA students hold a variety of technical and managerial positions and bring an average of 8 years of work experience into the classroom. Our corporate partners include:

NOTE: The numbers in parentheses indicate the company's position on the 2010 Fortune 500 list.


3M Company (106) Dow Chemical (46)

ABB Inc. Flowserve (473)

Accenture Lockheed Martin (44)

Accu-Sort Systems LSI Corporation

Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (273) Lucent Technologies

Avantar Performance Materials Lutron Electronics Company, Inc.

Corning (391) Mack Trucks

Bank of America (5) Masterfoods USA

Boeing (28) Merck & Co., Inc. (85)

Bristol-Myers Squibb (114) National Starch & Chemical Company

Colgate Palmolive (151) Novartis International AG

ConAgra Foods, Inc. (210) Olympus America, Inc.

Central Trust of China Pfizer, Incorporated

Crayola LLC PPL Corporation (300)

CVS Corporation (18) Prudential Financial, Inc. (65)

Deloitte & Touche Quick Chek Corporation

Dun & Bradstreet Corp Rodale Inc.

Follett Corporation Sanofi Pasteur

Foster-Wheeler Tasty Baking Company

Geisinger Hospital The Hartford

General Mills (155) United Airlines

Glaxo Smith Kline United Parcel Service (UPS) (43)

Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (237) Verizon Communications (13)

IBM (20) Volvo IT NA

Ingersoll Rand Wachovia Corporation

Johnson & Johnson (33) Whirlpool (136)

Lehigh Cement Company Worley Parsons

Lehigh Valley Hospital  UGI (369)


Thermo Fisher Scientific (234)
THe Bottom Line
Anne Anderson
Associate Professor of Finance and Joseph R. Perella and Amy M. Perella chair
 
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