Located on 72 acres of beautiful riverfront campus, the University of Michigan-Flint was founded in 1956, as a part of the University of Michigan system. Established in 1975, the School of Management is the oldest professional school on the Flint campus. All full-time faculty have earned their Ph.D. and part-time adjunct faculty have either earned their Ph.D. or are close to completing their dissertation.
The School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education. We deliver our programs to a diverse group of graduate and undergraduate students primarily in Michigan and the surrounding region using a variety of learning/teaching approaches that focus on skills, abilities, technology and knowledge vital to organizations. We will also expand these programs to reach out to the national and international community in order to link our students and faculty to the global marketplace.
At the undergraduate level, the School offers six business concentrations, five business minors including Entrepreneurship, a business honors program, and the opportunity to complete core business courses as well as a number of business electives online. The School offers an MBA program in two delivery modes: traditional in-the-seat, and Netplus!, an Internet-based program requiring campus sessions only twice a semester. The MBA program offers the opportunity to specialize in one of eight concentrations areas including: Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Health Care Management, International Business, Lean Manufacturing, Marketing and Organizational Leadership.
The School’s professional staff provides services to its students in schedule and curriculum advising, assistance in academic matter appeals, information on internships and job openings in various business fields, and information on tutoring. There are also a number of scholarships given exclusively to business students.