Whether it’s in Michigan or around the world, faculty, students, and alumni of Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business are creating positive change, working across roles, connecting the dots, building relationships, and solving global business problems.
Home to more than 7,700 students—approximately 6,700 undergraduates and 980 graduate and doctoral students—the Broad College is one of the largest business schools in the country.
Our size gives us the rare opportunity to impact business on a grand scale. Industry leaders seek out our students. Whether in technology companies, pharmaceutical and medical corporations, or manufacturing and the automotive industry in the U.S. or abroad, our students make an immediate positive impact on business.
Our numbers also provide graduates with the opportunity to access a wider network of alumni who are welcoming and willing to help others.
Who will make business happen? Spartans will.
- Seven undergraduate majors in five academic departments.
- Top-ranked Full-Time MBA Program and Executive MBA programs.
- Six professional master’s programs and several doctoral programs.
- Highly regarded, The School of Hospitality Business is an independent, industry-specific program within the Broad College, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees.
- Accredited by AACSB International, the Broad College is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the country. Our undergraduate and graduate supply chain management programs are currently ranked No. 1 and No.2, respectively, by U.S. News & World Report.
- Our Full-Time MBA Program is ranked No. 3 in the U.S. for career placement success by Financial Times. Forbes ranked program No. 22 in the U.S. overall, noting that our students are able to pay back the cost of their degree in just 3.3 years—the second quickest time in the country and the shortest payback time in the Big Ten.
- The Broad College offers executive development programs and online noncredit certificate programs for business professionals to enhance their skills. Programs are held at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development in Lansing, the Management Education Center in Troy, as well as other locations in the region.
- Broad graduates join an active alumni network of more than 75,000 business and community leaders in all 50 states, and 88 countries.