Diversity Index

Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best B-School’s Diversity Index provides a window into the racial, ethnic, and gender makeup of US MBA programs. Half the score is based on race and ethnicity, the other half on gender. Diversity details for each of the schools in our US ranking can be found here. Schools with fewer than 10 US students are unranked.

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School Diversity Rank Diversity Score Overall Rank Male
Howard 1 88.5 28 52%
Florida International (Chapman) 2 83.0 Unranked 54%
George Washington 3 81.7 50 46%
Hult 4 78.8 58 55%
Houston (Bauer) 5 77.3 60 42%
Tulane (Freeman) 6 73.8 62 32%
North Carolina State (Jenkins) 7 72.5 54 57%
Pennsylvania (Wharton) 8 71.9 7 48%
Rochester (Simon) 9 69.0 27 59%
Tampa (Sykes) 9 69.0 79 49%
Northeastern (D'Amore-McKim) 11 68.7 67 45%
Duke (Fuqua) 12 68.6 13 52%
Harvard 13 67.6 2 54%
Northwestern (Kellogg) 14 66.4 4 51%
Pepperdine (Graziadio) 15 66.0 63 61%
Baruch (Zicklin) 16 65.9 64 56%
Maryland (Smith) 17 64.3 36 63%
Fordham (Gabelli) 18 64.1 43 58%
Stanford 18 64.1 1 56%
MIT (Sloan) 20 63.8 6 56%
Yale 21 63.5 10 57%
Michigan (Ross) 22 63.0 15 54%
Chicago (Booth) 23 62.9 2 58%
Miami 24 62.7 61 67%
Cornell (Johnson) 25 62.5 11 61%
Boston University (Questrom) 26 62.4 38 52%
Columbia 27 61.5 8 59%
NYU (Stern) 27 61.5 11 58%
Babson (Olin) 29 61.4 50 61%
Washington in St. Louis (Olin) 29 61.4 21 57%
Georgia Tech (Scheller) 31 60.7 18 61%
Virginia (Darden) 32 60.3 9 60%
UC at Berkeley (Haas) 33 60.1 14 60%
UCLA (Anderson) 34 59.8 20 58%
Syracuse (Whitman) 35 59.4 68 55%
Willamette (Atkinson) 36 59.3 76 65%
Rice (Jones) 37 58.9 29 67%
Ohio State (Fisher) 38 58.3 46 57%
USC (Marshall) 39 58.2 16 64%
Texas at Austin (McCombs) 40 58.0 19 62%
UC at Davis 41 57.9 57 64%
Rochester Institute of Technology (Saunders) 42 57.2 73 55%
Dartmouth (Tuck) 43 56.9 5 54%
Washington (Foster) 44 56.4 24 60%
South Carolina (Darla Moore) 45 56.0 56 53%
Georgia (Terry) 46 55.4 33 67%
Denver (Daniels) 47 52.5 74 57%
Michigan State (Broad) 47 52.5 35 66%
Texas-Dallas (Jindal) 49 51.7 41 64%
Florida (Warrington) 50 51.5 38 67%
Wisconsin 51 51.3 49 60%
Rutgers 52 51.1 52 71%
Baylor (Hankamer) 53 50.9 65 60%
Indiana (Kelley) 54 50.7 22 69%
Georgetown (McDonough) 55 50.6 26 68%
Pittsburgh (Katz) 55 50.6 54 73%
Emory (Goizueta) 57 50.2 17 73%
Bentley 58 50.1 77 61%
Penn State (Smeal) 59 49.9 44 67%
Arizona State (Carey) 60 49.4 32 68%
North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) 61 49.3 22 66%
SUNY at Buffalo 62 49.2 70 57%
Southern Methodist (Cox) 63 48.0 40 65%
Vanderbilt (Owen) 64 47.8 29 63%
Texas A&M (Mays) 65 47.2 45 74%
Texas Christian (Neeley) 66 45.8 53 72%
William and Mary (Mason) 67 45.2 41 66%
Boston College (Carroll) 68 44.5 48 63%
Charleston 69 44.2 80 43%
Minnesota (Carlson) 70 43.5 34 60%
Notre Dame (Mendoza) 71 43.0 31 65%
Utah (Eccles) 72 42.2 59 71%
San Diego (Knauss) 73 40.8 69 60%
Mississippi 74 39.5 72 59%
UC at San Diego (Rady) 75 38.5 70 71%
Kentucky (Gatton) 76 38.1 80 58%
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 77 32.2 25 79%
Colorado at Boulder (Leeds) 78 29.5 75 74%
Tennessee (Haslam) 79 29.3 66 65%
Oklahoma (Price) 80 29.1 78 85%
Brigham Young (Marriott) 81 27.0 37 74%
American (Kogod) Unranked Not applicable 47 77%

Note: All values rounded to the nearest whole percentage. Only US schools are ranked in the diversity index.