Dreamers and Doers
As a future business leader, you will receive well-rounded exposure to skills you will need to meet the challenges of managing a venture in today's global economy, with its pressing cultural, ethical and environmental issues. Your studies will cover traditional subjects such as accounting and finance, human resource management and marketing, but you will study and apply entrepreneurial skills, concentrating on innovation management, the development of new markets and controlling an expanding operation. Many of our graduates go on to start their own businesses while others are employed across industries and organizations.
of business students participate in at least one internship
Tied for the best business school in the Big Sky Conference
of students are working or in grad school within three months of graduation
The University of Montana College of Business is proud that its undergraduate and graduate business programs have continuously maintained accreditation by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate College of Business (AACSB International) since 1949, when we were one of the first 50 schools in the country to be granted AACSB accreditation. UM is one of only 23 schools in the five-state region (WA, OR, ID, MT, WY) and one of three schools in Montana to hold AACSB business accreditation. UM is one of only 10 schools in the five-state region and the only school in Montana to hold AACSB accounting accreditation in addition to AACSB business accreditation.
Student Success Center
College of Business students benefit from a wide range of support and opportunities that keeps them on track and engaged through the Gianchetta Student Success Center (GSSC). The GSSC helps students with advising, career development, internships, scholarships and much more.