At each of these schools, minority enrollment surpassed 52 percent.
At one school, 60.7 percent of graduate engineering students were women in fall 2015.
Slightly more than 95 percent of 2015 summer associates received a job offer, one report states.
At least 95.7 percent of job-seeking graduates were employed three months after finishing these programs in 2015.
These schools accepted no more than 3.4 percent of applicants for fall 2015.
At least 94 percent of graduates at each of these schools had internships, U.S. News data show.
Less than 40 percent of applicants were accepted to seven online MBA programs, U.S. News data show.
At least 75 percent of graduates from each of these schools studied abroad, U.S. News data show.
At least 52 percent of graduates from each of these schools pursued an advanced degree within one year.