The University of Wyoming’s College of Business offers an esteemed, current, relevant, and applicable business education while weaving experiential learning and career developmental elements into every degree program. With smaller class sizes and caring and supportive faculty members, everyone is treated like family. The College of Business carries the distinguished AACSB accreditation.
Undergraduate students can study for a Bachelors in Accounting; Economics; Finance; Management with concentrations in Entrepreneurship, Management Consulting, or Supply Chain Management; or Marketing with concentrations in Customer Experience Management and Sustainability & Global Markets. Graduate students can pursue a Masters in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Business Administration with optional tracks in Energy Management, Finance, or Early Career. There are dual degree options in PharmD/MBA, Master in Engineering/MBA, and Juris Doctor/MBA. Doctoral students can earn a Ph.D. in Economics or a Ph.D. in Marketing with an emphasis on Sustainable Business Practice.
First-year students, DECA officers, transfer students, and FBLA members all have specific scholarships available to them for financial assistance. The College of Business-specific Scholarships include The Andrikopoulos Family Scholarship, the Ken and Leah Griffin Scholarship, and the Jack and Eileen Routson Scholarship. There are even Study Abroad/International Exchange scholarships for students who wish to gain multicultural experience on trips to places like Morocco, Austria, Sweden, Turkey, Japan, Peru, Botswana, Chile, Kazakhstan, and France. There are beneficial opportunities for undergraduate students to join faculty members in their research efforts, and for graduate students to receive professional certifications throughout their degree programs.
The College of Business has its own recognized Academic Advising Office and the Peter M. & Paula Green Johnson Career Center that can focus entirely on business students. These resources assist the educational pathway for every student. The Career Center helps facilitate the “backpacks to briefcases” process through career fairs, career events, on and off-campus professional networking opportunities, resume building workshops, elevator pitches, and interview prep. Business students can get involved with other business students, grow in their knowledge, and help serve the community through student groups such as Alpha Kappa Psi, Global Business Club, American Marketing Association, Supply Chain Club, Beta Alpha Psi, Financial Management Association, and the Society of Human Resource Managers. The College encourages its students to take part in many different business-related competitions throughout the country to enhance their educational experience, including the school’s own $50,000 Entrepreneurship Competition. The Center for Professional Selling exists to increase knowledge, experience, research, and the management of sales and customer service.
The 100% flexible online degree programs benefit both the undergraduate and graduate student. The online Bachelors in Business Administration is a degree completion program designed only for students that need to complete the final two years of the degree. The MBA is a part-time, online program and has the optional concentration in Energy.