We have found 4 business schools in Iowa that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Iowa MBA universities.
- ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state Iowa. Also covers latest population and geographical information of Iowa.
List of Top MBA Schools in Iowa
|1||University of Iowa (Tippie)
Acceptance rate: 0.92
Part-time Enrollment: 762
Average GMAT score: 575
Location: Iowa City, IA
Acceptance rate: 0.881
Part-time Enrollment: 194
Average GMAT score: 560
Location: Des Moines, IA
|3||Iowa State University
Acceptance rate: 0.927
Part-time Enrollment: 98
Average GMAT score: 489
Location: Ames, IA
|4||University of Northern Iowa
Acceptance rate: 0.688
Part-time Enrollment: 52
Average GMAT score: 570
Location: Cedar Falls, IA
Some Notable Iowa Natives and Residents
- Julien Dubuque (1762–1810) is considered the first European to settle in Iowa. Together with local Indians, he organized lead mining in the eighties of the 18th century. The city of Dabek was named after him. Born in Quebec, Canada but later lived in Iowa.
- Amelia Jenks Bloomer (1818–1894) was one of the first American suffragettes. Publisher of the first newspaper for women. Born in New York State, but later lived in Iowa.
- William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody ( William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody, 1846-1917) – soldier, hunter and one of the first and most famous showmen in the United States, one of the most prominent figures of the American Wild West. Born in Le Claire.
- Adrian Constantine “Cap” Anson (1851–1922) was an athlete who played in Major League Baseball. Considered one of the greatest players of his time and one of the stars of baseball. Born in Marshalltown.
- Lee de Forest (Lee De Forest, 1873-1961) – inventor, one of the pioneers in the creation of radio tubes (invented the triode) and recording sound on film in films. Born in Council Bluffs.
- Herbert Hoover (1874-1964) – 31st President of the United States. Born in West Branch.
- Henry Wallace (1888-1965) – 33rd Vice President of the United States. Born in the city of Orient.
- Grant Wood (Grant Wood, 1892-1942) – famous artist; author, among other things, of the painting “American Gothic”. Born in the city of Anamosa.
- Wallace Carothers (1896–1937), chemist, inventor of nylon. Born in Burlington.
- George H. Gallup (George H. Gallup, 1901-1984) – journalist, teacher, developer of scientific methods for conducting polls to study public opinion. Born in Jefferson.
- Glenn Miller (1904-1944) is an outstanding jazz musician, composer and bandleader. Born in Clarinda.
- John “The Duke” Wayne ( 1907–1979), born Marion Robert Morrison (Marion Robert Morrison) is one of the most famous actors in the history of American cinema, known as the “King of the Western”. Born in Winterset.
- James Alfred Van Allen (1914–2006) was a renowned astrophysicist. Born in Mount Pleasant.
- Bob Feller (Bob Feller, 1918-2010) is a famous baseball player.
- Donna Reed (Donna Reed, 1921-1986) – famous film actress, Oscar winner, who played in more than forty films, including the female lead in the famous 1946 film It’s a Wonderful Life. Born in Denison.