To assist you in making an informed decision about where to pursue your undergraduate or graduate degree in business, the School of Management hosts online presentations, on-campus open houses, and off-campus info session events in various locations throughout Michigan.
Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019 4 PM - 6 PM
Register your company to attend Inside the Industry panel discussion and career fair. Network with UM-Flint's accounting and finance students looking for internships.
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In a recent Q&A, Entrepreneurs Society discussed their accomplishments with the School of Management. They took home the Outstanding Organization Award and the Student Organization Community Contribution Award. Along with the two distinguished organizational awards, the School of Management Faculty member and Advisor to Entrepreneurs Society, Dr. Michael Witt, received the Outstanding Student Advisor Award. Lastly, the President of Entrepreneurs Society, Todd Fridline (BBA in Finance ’20), received the Outstanding Student Leader Award. They continue to make a difference in the community and at the University of Michigan-Flint. Click more to read the article!
Check out the article to see if you qualify for the 2019 Community Leadership Scholarship towards your Master’s degree! One of the current recipients of the Greater Flint Community Leadership Scholarship is currently working towards his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, with a concentration in organizational leadership. Click more to read the article!
The 2020 list of the Best Part-time MBAs is here! The University of Michigan-Flint was ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top part-time MBA programs in the country. Click more to view where we rank!
Have you thought about the impression you give off by your work space? Professor of Management, Gregory Laurence, and Professor of Psychology Terrence Horgan, discuss their workspace personalization research in a Q&A. In his research, Professor Laurence has found that "people working in low privacy workspaces (cubicles or even more open spaces) can benefit emotionally from some degree of workspace personalization – burnout in the form