2017 EMBA class at Lincoln Center: By the numbers

The EMBA Class of 2017 at Lincoln Center.

Fordham University has welcomed its EMBA Class of 2017 at Lincoln Center.

Associate Dean Francis Petit said the cohort is “a wonderfully dynamic, professionally diverse and high-spirited group.”

Here is a snapshot of the class, by the numbers:

Total number of students in cohort – 36

Mean age – 34

Percent male – 75

Percent female – 25

Sample undergraduate institutions represented in cohort
Georgetown, Emory, Lafayette, Fordham, Saint Joseph’s (PA), Tennessee, San Carlos (Philippines), Trinity and Pratt Institute

Sample graduate institutions represented in cohort
Columbia (MA, MS), Fordham (MA and MS), Colorado State (MS), Fairleigh Dickinson (MS)

Sample titles represented in cohort
President, senior vice president, director of operations, divisional sales manager, business development manager, network engineer, senior middle market underwriter and assistant professor of military science

Sample organizations represented in cohort
JPMorgan Chase, RBC Capital Markets, American Express, New York Life Insurance Company, Quest Diagnostics, Unilever, First Data Corporation, Con Edison, Otis Elevator, Lighthouse Guild, Classroom24-7

Finance, accounting, consulting, pharmaceutical, insurance, investor relations, consumer goods, utilities, nonprofit, healthcare, spirits, higher education, education technology, payment solutions, architectural/interior design and vertical transportation

Percent born outside the United States
19 percent

Countries represented
Colombia, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, and the Philippines

Mean salary

Interesting facts
The cohort includes five veterans (two Bronze Star recipients), a registered nurse, an Eagle Scout and a former Consensus All-American college football player

Learn more about the Executive MBA program at the Gabelli School.

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