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Undergraduate Profile

For 2015-2016, the undergraduate class at the McIntire School of Commerce consists of 695 students from 39 countries.

Third- and Fourth-Year Students: 2015-2016

45% of students are female 
4% of students are African/African-American
26% of students are Asian/Asian-American
66% of students are Caucasian
6% of students are Hispanic  

22% hold citizenship from countries other than the United States, including:

Argentina
Belgium
Canada
China
Colombia
Ecuador
Ethiopia
France
Germany
Honduras
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Japan
Republic of Korea
Lebanon
Malaysia
Morocco
Multiple
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Pakistan
Philippines
Poland
Russian Federation
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Switzerland
Thailand
Tunisia
United Kingdom
Venezuela

In 2015-2016, McIntire will also welcome 30 one-semester exchange students from 12 partner schools from around the world.

 ​Class of 2016* ​Academic Areas of Concentration
​Accounting 27%
​Finance ​73%
​Management  ​28%
​Marketing ​29%
​Information Technology ​32%

 

 ​Class of 2016* ​Tracks
​Business Analytics 28%
​Global Commerce ​21%
​Real Estate  ​14%
​Entrepreneurship ​9%
​Quantitative Finance 8%
Advertising and Digital Media Track  5%

 

Students concentrate in one or two specialized areas according to their interest and career plans and may take elective courses outside their areas of concentration to enrich their career capabilities and satisfy their intellectual interests. Many Commerce students also complete one or two tracks at McIntire and a second major and/or minor outside McIntire. *As of August 2015