Recognized as a Best Business School five years and counting


The Princeton Review consistently ranks our faculty and students among the best in region.

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Transfer Students Welcome


Interested in a Michigan business degree? Earn the degree that makes a difference. We'll help you transfer your credits.

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Take charge of your career


We offer a full suite of career development services, and we partnered with 66 companies for internship placements last year.

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Global Perspective


International programs, such as our study-abroad program in Padua, Italy, offer students a global view of business.

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Experiential Learning


The BELL, our financial learning laboratory, simulates a real-world trading floor. It's one of the many ways we help students learn by doing.

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Our Alumni Make a Difference


College of Business graduates Terry McElroy, Jerry Mollien and Dan Wakeman have each been recognized as difference makers in the community.

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Consistently Top-Rated


U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks our MBA, Master of Science, and BBA programs among the best.

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36-48 credit MBA

30 credit MS degrees


Learn cutting-edge business skills in a new, condensed format.

Graduate Programs

The College of Business has the faculty, staff, and facilities to put our students in a position to succeed. The College of Business community includes more than 1,150 undergraduates and 400 graduate students from 28 states and 14 countries. Students work with excellent faculty to develop the skills that will enable them to have an important impact on the economic opportunities of people in the state of Michigan and beyond.

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Giving

The University of Michigan-Dearborn serves the community through a distinctive approach to higher education that merges the highest of academic standards with a strong and steadfast commitment to advancing prosperity and quality of life in southeastern Michigan.

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