US News: Drucker School has nation’s sixth highest percentage of full-time female students
As an MBA student at the College of Charleston, Erin Frey was sometimes one of few women in the room. Of the roughly 30 people in her cohort, about one-third were women, she says.
But that one-third is still substantial when women make up less than 33 percent of students at dozens of business schools, according to U.S. News data.
Frey, who graduated from the College of Charleston this year, believes gender diversity is imperative for an MBA student to have a well-rounded experience.