Placement Profile

The undergraduate finance class of 2017 placed 97 percent of its job-seeking graduates within three months of graduation.

Student Stats

StatusTotalFemaleMale
Accepted an Offer15119132
Actively Seeking404
Not Seeking18117
Total17320153

Salary Breakdown

Average Salary$59,857
Median Salary$59,000

Placement by Region

RegionTotal Students
Utah55
West29
Southwest28
Northeast12
Midwest11
South8
Intermountain West4
Mid-Atlantic4

Top States

StateTotal Students% of Total
Utah5540%
California2518%
Texas2015%
New York107%
Arizona86%
North Carolina54%
Minnesota43%
Ohio43%
Colorado32%
Virginia21%
15 others1 

Top Employers

OrganizationTotal Students% of Total
Goldman Sachs1723%
Credit Suisse57%
Wells Fargo57%
Adobe45%
Federal Deposit Insurance45%
JP Morgan45%
American Airlines34%
Dell34%
Deloitte34%
Honeywell34%
Lazard34%
Morgan Stanley34%
Vanguard34%
91 others, including Bank of America, Lockheed Martin, WalMart, and Capital One  

Class of 2017 data based on students seeking employment and placed three months after graduation or earlier.

The Wall Street Journal

On July 15th, 2021, The Wall Street Journal published an article comparing the debt to income ratio for universities in the United Sates. The BYU Marriott finance program took second place in the best debt to income ratio. See the article here.