Which business schools have the most full-time female students?

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School name Female
Eastern Illinois University (Lumpkin)

Charleston, IL

54.8%
Southern Illinois University—​Carbondale

Carbondale, IL

54.5%
California State Polytechnic University—​Pomona

Pomona, CA

54.0%
Georgia College & State University (Bunting)

Milledgeville, GA

53.8%
Pittsburg State University (Kelce)

Pittsburg, KS

53.8%
Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO

53.7%
Emporia State University

Emporia, KS

53.6%
Howard University

Washington, DC

53.4%
University of Memphis (Fogelman)

Memphis, TN

53.4%
California Polytechnic State University—​San Luis Obispo (Orfalea)

San Luis Obispo, CA

52.7%
Coastal Carolina University

Conway, SC

52.5%
Michigan Technological University

Houghton, MI

52.4%
Belmont University (Massey)

Nashville, TN

52.2%
University of California—​Riverside (Anderson)

Riverside, CA

51.6%
Clark Atlanta University

Atlanta, GA

51.6%
Pace University (Lubin)

New York, NY

51.6%
University of the Pacific (Eberhardt)

Stockton, CA

51.4%
Valdosta State University (Langdale)

Valdosta, GA

51.2%
Sam Houston State University

Huntsville, TX

51.1%
West Texas A&M University

Canyon, TX

51.0%
Auburn University—​Montgomery

Montgomery, AL

50.9%
Shenandoah University (Byrd)

Winchester, VA

50.9%
Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Durant, OK

50.9%
San Jose State University (Lucas)

San Jose, CA

50.8%
Louisiana State University—​Shreveport

Shreveport, LA

50.0%

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