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.
Do you have a solution to a problem? Zillion Solutions is a campus-wide competition where graduate and undergraduate students of all majors make a short video describing their unique idea for a new product or service that will solve a problem. The videos are shorter than 2 minutes, so entering takes no time! A student from every UM-Flint college/school will win! 12 Prizes totaling $5,750! Submit your idea at a Think Tank or three separate ideas and receive an exclusive Zillion Solutions T-Shirt! Deadline to submit is Monday, October 28th, 2019 at 11:59 PM.
Do you experience "emotional exhaustion" from an open workspace? Dr. Greg Laurence, School of Management Associate Professor of Management, spoke to NBC News BETTER that "people generally report higher levels of auditory and visual distraction in open workspaces." If you can't stand the noise, take control by reading these expert strategies.
Jay'la's summer in 11 words - Metro Community Development Intern. National Association of Black Accountants. Traveling. Opportunities.
Austin's summer in 10 words - Financial Aid Intern. Social Media Management. Taking initiative. New experiences.
Ben's summer in 7 words - Business Internship Abroad. New Experiences. European Travel.
Alexis' summer in 6 words - National Parks. Engaging and Innovating SOM.
Danielle's summer in 5 words - Disney World. New Ideas. Scooters.
Ta'Zaia's summer in 3 words - Determined for Success.
The University of Michigan-Flint’s School of Management is pleased to announce a new hosting agreement with the Mid-Michigan Economic Round Table of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Detroit Branch. Click more to read the full article!
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. We encourage students to be career-ready after they graduate, and that's why we have made the CDR!
Operations Management Course Provides Insight to Students on the Process of Forecasting and Research in the Business World
The undergraduate research conference took place on May 10, 2019, and included students from the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Oakland University, and the University of Michigan-Flint. Overall, our business students did a fantastic job presenting their findings amongst the 79 presentations that took place that day. Click More to read the full article on the Operations Management group.
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!
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!