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.
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.
- MS in Accounting Webinar - Dec 1
- Bachelor of Business Administration Transfer & Online Webinar - Dec 3
- Master of Business Administration Webinar - Dec 7
- MS in Leadership and Organizational Dynamics - Dec 15
During this difficult time, we want to create a network for our small business owner alumni within our UM-Flint community and help you with promotion. Please complete the form by clicking more and we will share your small business on the SOM website and share it on our social media!
Three University of Michigan-Flint School of Management alumni participated in a virtual career panel and answered questions about their college experience, the transition into their careers, and student audience questions. Thank you to the following SOM alumni for being apart of the annual Alumni Career Panel; Mike Torrey, BBA '82, Jennifer Flagel, BBA, MBA '97, and Laura Bell, BBA '16, CPA. View the recorded Alumni Career Panel on YouTube by clicking more!
The Hagerman Center is excited to announce that we will be awarding 53 entrepreneurial awards to UM-Flint students for the 2020/21 academic year ranging from $100-$2,000. Zillion Solutions is a campus-wide competition where graduate, undergraduate students of all majors (including undecided students), and Deep/Early College students make a short video or Powerpoint describing their unique idea for a new product or service that will solve a problem.
UM-Flint School of Management (SOM) provides amazing resources for business students. Students can access a variety of resources, from career preparation to study abroad programs. Check out the top seven resources that will make you a better student!
"As a therapist, I want to do more than send the patient off to the next person. I would love to help in the operations of this sort of process, as there is always room for improvement to serve better, provide, and take care of the patient adequately,” said Quinn Hanses a dual OTD/MBA student. “I am interested in an MBA, so I can go from being a single link in the pathway to becoming a navigator of the entire healthcare chain.”
Click the more button to read the full story about a UM-Flint Occupational Therapy scholar highlighting the advantages of dual degrees.
UM-Flint Financial Management Association Receives Top Three Honors at National Finance Conference Case Competition
The UM-Flint Financial Management Association (FMA) attended the 2020 Finance Leaders’ Conference. Students completed in a case competition comprised 60 top schools in the country and FMA received Top 3 Honors in this competition! “Rebuilding this club and achieving the success as we did at the Finance Leaders’ conference truly shows that the University is excelling in teaching their students in becoming the Leaders and the Best,” said Austin McIntosh, FMA President. Read the full article about FMA by clicking more.
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.