The Anderson School has a total graduate enrollment of 682, with 238, or 34.9 percent, of the student population being Hispanic. Anderson School of Management graduated 243 MBAs, with 96, or 39.5 percent of the students being Hispanic. Of the 54 full time faculty, eight, or 14.8 percent, are Hispanic.
The three schools ahead of UNM Anderson in the rankings are The University of Texas at El Paso, University of California, Berkeley, and New York University.
UNM Law, Engineering, and Medical graduate schools also ranked in the top ten, making the University of New Mexico the only university that made the top 10 in every category. Hispanic Business Magazine says, "UNM always scores high in almost every category, and its programs and efforts to attract and retain Hispanic students are second to none."
Each year, HispanicBusiness Magazine measures and ranks the effectiveness of the nation’s universities in attracting Hispanic students. For more information on the rankings visit: http://www.hispanicbusiness.com.