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2018 EMBA class at Westchester: By the numbers

Westchester EMBA Class of 2018

The EMBA Class of 2018 at the Westchester campus.

Fordham University has welcomed its EMBA Class of 2018 at the Westchester Campus.

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

Average age – 35

Percent male – 71

Percent female – 29

Sample undergraduate institutions in cohort:
Purdue, NYU, Fordham, Marist, Manhattan, Seton Hall, Siena, St. John’s, City College, John Jay, Northeastern

Graduate institutions in cohort:
Polytechnic (MS), City College (MS), Manhattan College (MA)

Sample titles in cohort:
General manager, managing director, business and product development manager, sales manager, director of marketing, project manager, section chief, electrical engineer, senior systems engineer, financial advisor

Sample organizations in cohort:
Quest Diagnostics, Morgan Stanley, Thomson Reuters, Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., Otis Elevator, Consolidated Edison, Omnicom Media Group, Swarovski, Fordham University

Sample industries represented:
Advertising, brokerage and investment banking, clinical laboratory services, fashion, financial services, government, higher education, insurance, telecommunications, vertical transportation

Percent born outside the United States – 20

Countries represented:
Albania, Croatia, Ecuador, Egypt, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Uganda

Languages spoken:
English, Albanian, Arabic, Croatian, French, Hindi, Italian, Luganda, Malayalam, Spanish, Urdu

Mean current salary – $121,794

Interesting facts:
The cohort includes two veterans, and 42 percent of the students are from underrepresented minority segments (African American and Hispanic American).

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