The Broad College of Business is one of the largest undergraduate business programs in the world with an enrollment of more than 5,000 students. U.S. News & World Report 2012 rankings place the Broad College 14th among public institutions and 24th nationally, which places the college among the top undergraduate business programs in the United States accredited by AACSB International. Upon graduation, our students join the Broad Alumni network of close to 70,000 business and community leaders in all 50 states and 88 countries.
Enrollment in the Broad College of Business is limited, and admission to the college is competitive. Admission decisions are based on a hybrid model that considers academic and non-academic factors.
Academic advisors in the Broad College are coordinators of the undergraduate experience. They provide critical information about academic programs and degree requirements, study abroad and leadership development, major choices and career options, policies and procedures, and campus resources.
The Broad College offers degrees in several areas of study in business. View overall degree requirements, electives, transfer credits, majors, and specializations.
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The Lear Corporation Career Services Center is dedicated to providing highly individualized and progressive career development and placement support to MSU undergraduate students preparing for careers in business.
Michigan State University is the national leader in study abroad, offering more than 200 programs, on all continents and in more than 60 countries. Programs are offered every session, including winter break, and range from two weeks to an academic year. Business study abroad is handled by the International Business Center.
MSU is one of the largest universities in the nation with more than 48,000 students and world-class academic resources and facilities. The Broad College is located along the south bank of the Red Cedar River on MSU’s 5,200-acre, park-like campus.
The Residential Business Program (RBP) is a residential option for academic distinction for select incoming students.
The Broad Scholar Program (BSP) is an undergraduate student mentor program initiated in the fall of 1995 to provide more opportunities for first year business students to work closely with faculty members in the Broad College of Business.
The purpose of the Multicultural Business Program (MBP) is to improve the recruitment, retention, and graduation rate of multicultural students by providing opportunities for them to develop full academic and career potentials.
Every student in the Broad College has the opportunity to assume a leadership role. Our student organizations provide additional opportunities to network, socialize, learn, and enhance your skills.