Employment & Salary Statistics

Every year the KU School of Business collects the employment data from students graduating from the undergraduate and graduate programs.  This data is used to compute the median and mean salaries for each major so that students and employers can be better informed of the value of a KU degree. 

Annual Report

The Business Career Services Center participates in a nationwide survey of undergraduate salaries administered by the National Association of Colleges and Employers in order to provide a comparison for students nationally. View an in-depth view of undergraduate major reported salaries 

Data reported by graduates from the KU School of Business:


2014-15 Mean Salary

2014-15 Median Salary




Business Administration/Management & Leadership






Information Systems






Supply Chain Management



Master of Accounting  $50,366 $50,000

National Statistics


2015 Average Salary (national)*





Marketing/Marketing Mgmt. (incl. mktg. research)


Business Administration/Management


Information Systems $54,467

Logistics/Material Management

$66,300 (Fall 2014)

*Reprinted from the Fall 2015 Salary Survey, with the permission of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, copyright holder.

2014-2015 Annual Report

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