US News report: BYU's MBA program No. 9 for little debt, high salary on graduation
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Brigham Young University graduates with a Master's of Business degree sure know how to spot a good deal when they see one, according to a recent report by U.S. News and World Report. The program came in ninth place out of 93 universities that have the most financial value at graduation, based on the average amount of debt graduates have versus their average starting salaries. According to the 2013 list, BYU graduates have an average starting salary of just under $92,372, the highest on the list. The average debt levels at $28,519, making their salary-to-debt ratio 3.2. Here is a look at the top 10 universities.
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