The School of Management is moving 100% remote due to Governor Whitmer’s "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order. The SOM Staff will be available during normal hours of operation, Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM. SOM Staff/Faculty emails can be found on our directory. If you have any questions, you can message us on social media, email, or call 810.762.3160 to leave a message. Please check the university page for updates on COVID-19. View FAQs, remote resources, cross-campus communication and more. This site is updated regularly as new information becomes available. Thank you for your patience.
Starting in spring 2020, the MBA program will be one of the most flexible programs around with the new 100% online MBA option in addition to the existing traditional evening and Net+ hybrid course offerings.
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.
The 2021 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!
Financial Management Association received Top 3 at Finance Leaders’ Conference
The UM-Flint Financial Management Association (FMA) attended the 2020 Finance Leaders’ Conference on March 7 and competed in a Financial Case Competition. This competition was comprised of 60 of the top schools and students in the country. We are extremely excited to announce that the FMA received Top 3 Honors in this competition!
In less than three months from now, Veronica will be walking the commencement stage only to jump back into school a week later in the UM-Flint MBA program. Her motivation for pursuing her undergraduate and graduate education in less than four years is to be an officer in the U.S. Air Force.
January's alumni spotlight is Katie Osentoski. She received her BBA in 2014 with a concentration in Marketing. Katie is a full-time Associate Wealth Coach and wife/mother while continuing her professional designations in the Finance industry. As our featured Alumni, Kaite gives insight to her experiences at UM-Flint, finding what she loves in a career, crucial advice when trying to find an internship/career, and more!
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.”
“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 www.umf-som.net.
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.
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.