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Get Your Michigan BBA Online

The School of Management offers an online bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree for these majors:


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.


2020-2021 UM-Flint Scholarship Application

The University of Michigan-Flint online scholarship application for undergraduates and graduates is now open and available HERE. The scholarship application deadline is February 15, 2020. View the scholarship site preview.

Upcoming SOM Events

Economic Forum

This annual event features a panel of financial and economic leaders who will address the topics of U.S. and World Economics on Friday, December 13, 2019. There is no cost to attend the Economic Forum for UM-Flint students, faculty, staff, and alumni attendees. Lunch will be provided prior to the Forum opening at 11:30 am. Fellow community members are asked to pay $15 upon. To reserve your spot at the event, please register at

SOM News

School of Management Student Receives Prestigious Women in Defense Award

Alexandria Thompson, U.S. Air Force veteran, received the HORIZONS scholarship at the 11th Annual Women in Defense gala. “It was an incredibly special night because I got to bring my mom as my date,” said Thompson, “My mom is a U.S. Air Force veteran with ten years of active duty service. Being able to celebrate women who are often underrepresented in their defense and military careers, alongside my mom, was an absolute dream.”

2019 Maize and Blue Award Recipients

Special recognition to Raymond Kusch, BBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Natalie Roland, BBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management for being selected as the Fall 2019 Maize and Blue Distinguished Scholar Award recipients! Raymond Kusch will also be the student commencement speaker on December 15th. Congratulations to all the UM-Flint students graduating this semester!

MBA Student Creates New Social Network Geared towards Graduate Business Students

“My core motivation for launching the UMF-SOM graduate student social network was to create a persistent space for graduate students of all backgrounds and area concentrations to connect and remain connected no matter where their educational and future professional journey might take them," explained Pirouz. If you are a current SOM graduate student or SOM alumni interested in joining the network, visit

Entrepreneurs Society 2019 Global Chapter of the Year

Congratulations Entrepreneurs Society for receiving the 2019 Global Chapter of the Year Award presented at the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) Conference last week. This prestigious award is given to a club that has demonstrated excellence in developing its organization, its leaders and offering a comprehensive and meaningful entrepreneurship experience for CEO members. CEO is a global network consisting of over 250 chapters and 8,000 students. Congrats again to the ES members for all of your hard work and dedication! Pictured are the members that attended the conference in Tampa, FL.

UM-Flint’s Entrepreneur Society Creates Flint Green Project

The Michigan Times featured Entrepreneurs Society members on the Flint Green Project. “Our projections for the unit indicate that it will reduce the energy bill of the average home in Flint [$84 a month] by 36% [or $30.24]. We hope that we are able to find funding for the next step of the project so we can implement the unit on homes in Flint and make an even greater impact on our community,” said Todd Fridline, Finance BBA '20.

UM-Flint student named to Michigan Secretary of State’s task force to boost voter engagement

A University of Michigan-Flint student is a member of Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s new initiative to improve voter engagement among young voters and college students. “As much as we’re programmed to think our vote doesn’t count, it does. And definitely on a local level,” said Dotson, International Business student. Young voters and college students have barriers to vote that Dotson and the Michigan SOS task force are planning on solving. Click more to read the full article!

New undergraduate requirement for all first time enrolled students in Fall 2019

The School of Management has always encouraged and supported students to engage in professional development activities to enhance their employability. Starting in Fall 2019, all first time enrolled undergraduate students will have a new graduation requirement. Students will have to earn 30 points prior to graduation by attending or participating in presentations, workshops, and seminars or online tutorials. 

SOM Ranked among the Best Graduate Business Programs for 2020

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!