College of Business

Make Your Future in the College of Business

If it was easy, everyone would do it. The College of Business at the University of Montana inspires students of all backgrounds to rise to the challenges of learning new skills. Skills that raise the bar of previously held beliefs to what’s possible. Lead a team. Find investors. Start that foundation. Whatever your ambitions, there are people and programs to keep you accountable and put you on the path towards a successful career.

1st

The UM College of Business has been named the best business school in the Big Sky Conference for six consecutive years, accourding to the U.S. News & World Report Rankings.

82%

of alumni working or in grad school within three months of graduation.

80%

of graduating seniors typically participate in at least one internship.

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Access to Expertise

Access to thought, resources and expertise impacts everything under this big sky. College of Business professors are experts. Meet professors Simona Stan and Jason Triche.

News Stories

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Accounting Student Brings Military Experience to Business Startup

Ask University of Montana students what consumes their time and most would put studying somewhere near the top...

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Montana Tough: Grad Student Excels at Army Ranger Competition

Michael Blanchard, a business graduate student at the University of Montana and former Griz decathlete, runs at least 40 miles each week to stay in shape as a U.S. Army major...

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College of Business to Host LGBTQIA+ Leadership Workshop

The inaugural Leading Out West Summer Workshop kicks off May 22-24 at the University of Montana College of Business.

This first-of-its-kind program is designed for rural college students of the LGBTQIA+ community who are focused on business leadership. It’s a deep-dive introduction into how to find purpose and build a personal brand…

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