At Berkeley Haas, we build our MBA classes with students from a broad mix of backgrounds, industries, and aspirations, so students can learn as much from each other as from our professors. As you choose the MBA program that is right for you, you may be interested in "by the numbers" class data. With that in mind, here is a look at the Full-time Berkeley MBA class profile for the most recent entering class:
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0%||2%|
|Black or African American||7%||9%|
|Hispanic or Latino||15%||15%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||0%|
|Did Not Report||1%||1%|
The Haas School of Business is required to follow federal guidelines for maintaining, collecting, and presenting data on race and ethnicity, provided by the Department of the Interior via the Office of Civil Rights. These standards allow students to self-identify their race/ethnicity, with the option to select more than one. The categories listed here are those included in our application. Percentages are of U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
Federal Reporting Guidelines
Students who identify as Hispanic or Latino and any other race/ethnicity are represented as Hispanic or Latino only. Students who identify with more than one race/ethnicity are represented as multi-racial/ethnic only.
Multi-Dimensional Reporting Guidelines
Multi-racial/ethnic students are represented in all of the categories with which they self-identify. The total percentage in this column may add up to more than 100%.
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