- Engaged, creative teachers
- Emphasis on ethical business practices
- Spiritual focus might not be a good fit for everyone
- Students must follow BYU's honor code, which is fairly strict
The Bottom Line
- Brigham Young's Marriott School is a good choice for you if you're looking for ethical and spiritual practice combined with your business education. As part of the flagship university for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the business school attracts students who want their spiritual lives and professional lives to be seamlessly entwined.
Marriott is fairly selective, with an admission rate of around
51 percent, an average GMAT score for accepted applicants of 670
and an average GPA of 3.55 for the last 60 hours of undergraduate
work. The school requires the GMAT, but it doesn't require the
written portion of the exam. It...