The University of Michigan-Dearborn’s College of Business centers every program on setting the student up for great success in the corporate, entrepreneurial, or non-profit world of business. It hosts more than 1,700 students and carries the AACSB accreditation. They foster engagement, excellence, analyzation, problem-solving, exploration, communication, efficiency, and business competency. The Fairlane Center South Building is home to the College of Business and provides state-of-the-art, technologically-sound labs, classrooms, research centers, and learning spaces.
Undergraduate students can pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Digital Marketing, General Business, Small Business Management, or Information Systems Management/Information Technology Management. Graduate students can obtain a Masters in Business Administration, Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Information Systems, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. The MBA offers concentrated areas of study in Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems Management, International Business, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. The College of Business offers advantageous dual degree programs that include the MBA/Masters in Finance, MBA/Master of Health Services Administration, and the MBA/Masters in Information Systems.
Undergraduate students can spend a summer at the University of Padua in Italy or a week in Taiwan studying abroad and gaining vital international and multicultural experience. Graduates can study abroad for two-and-a-half weeks in Vincenza, Italy at Fondaizione CUOA. They can choose one of four exciting business courses: International Management & Leadership; Business Strategy & Marketing Management; Creativity, Innovation & New Business; and Operations, Logistics & Lean Management. Qualifying undergraduate students can financially benefit from many different scholarships, including the College of Business Scholarship, Hartmann Family Entrepreneurship Scholarship, and the Don Rossin Supply Chain Management Endowed Scholarship. For graduate students, there are several scholarships, including the John Wessinger Internship Scholarship and the Board of Advisors Endowed Scholarship.
An excellent way for students to build lasting friendships and engage in the University, the community, and the world is through participating in student groups. These groups include Alpha Kappa Psi, Financial Management Association, American Marketing Association, Society for Human Resource Management, and Women in Business. Student organizations have options to compete in competitions like the Supply Chain Case Competition, the International Collegiate Conference, and Information Systems International Competition.
The Internship and Career Management Center exists to provide resources and assistance through career coaching, job searches, interview preparation, networking events, and more. For hands-on experiences, there are the iLabs, which conducts research and help educate businesses about innovation, and the Bloomberg Finance Lab, which simulates a real-time trading room. Students can hear talks from business leaders on a wide range of business topics in the Executive Speaker Series. The Professional Development Programs provide workshops for anyone to learn about several key business elements such as leadership, collaboration, sales, marketing, strategy, management, and problem-solving.
A convenient and flexible way to obtain an esteemed degree from the College of Business is through their 100% online degree programs. The Master of Business Administration online degree has concentrations in Human Resources Management, International Business, and Finance. There is also an online Masters in Finance and an online dual degree in MBA/Masters in Finance.