Class Profile


Bradley’s MBA students are looking to broaden their current educational background and further their professional experience with a management degree. Realizing the importance of this educational investment for their future success, Bradley MBA students make the most of their experience, looking for opportunities to apply their newfound knowledge in their current position and achieve their career aspirations.

The average Bradley MBA class size is 22 for required courses and 10 for electives. A small class size allows for increased collaborative learning in the classroom.


75% of MBA students are part-time students in the program. Part-time students finish the MBA program by taking 2 classes, 2 nights a week, for 2 years.

25% of MBA students are full-time students in the program and can complete the program in one calendar year. Full-time students attend classes with part-time students allowing full-time students to learn from those currently working.

Our MBA students are primarily working professionals, with an average of 3 years and 10 months experience within a wide range of industries.

MBA students at Bradley represent a variety of industries including accounting, architecture, athletics, banking, distribution, education, finance, food and beverage, health care, insurance, law enforcement, logistics, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, real estate, retail, sales, and technology.

Georgraphic Representation


  • International students representing 15 countries comprise approximately one-third of Bradley’s MBA class.
  • U.S. Citizens: 72%, Internationals: 28%
  • The average age of our students is 26 years.
  • Bradley MBA Students are 48% Women, 52% Men.

Undergrad Degree AreaDynamic

Average GMAT Score: 554;  Students with GPA >3.0: 97%

Bradley MBA students bring varied educational backgrounds and a wide mix of experiences.

Recently enrolled students have undergraduate degrees in accounting, business, communications, computer science, criminal justice, economics, engineering, environmental design, family and consumer science, finance, German, health science, human resources, information technology, law enforcement, linguistics, marketing, mathematics, philosophy, political science, psychology, Spanish, sports medicine, logistics, and textile design and printing.