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Large enough to lead. Small enough to care. In Michigan Tech’s College of Business, our culture is steeped in science, technology, engineering, and math, preparing business-smart, STEM-savvy students to create the future.

Husky Investment Tournament

Is your high school looking to provide experiential education to students? Do your students respond well to competition? Would your students (and parents) appreciate scholarships to attend college?

Bring real-world investment concepts that are both exciting and engaging into your school and classroom. Compete in the semester-long Husky Investment Tournament where students will see business come to life through the principles of the stock market—with the opportunity to win prize money and college scholarships!

3-4 students from 9th-12th grade per team

$1M in virtual US dollars to invest

$1,000 to the winning team—with MTU scholarship offers

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STEM Internship Program

Michigan STEM Forward, a statewide program that matches students attending Michigan colleges with internship opportunities, is now accepting applications from companies & students!

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Graduate student in natural resource economics, Josephine Amponsem

Students Like No Other

Graduate student in natural resource economics, Josephine Amponsem, isn't afraid of a challenge. She traveled from Ghana, where she served as the only women on her mining team, to Michigan Tech, seeking a brighter future for herself and her country.

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The College of Business at Michigan Tech

What does it mean to study business and economics at a technological university like Michigan Tech?

  • Top 50
    Student-run investment funds in the nation valued at nearly $2 million
  • 45+
    sponsored scholarships available to business Huskies
  • 12:1
    student-to-faculty ratio
  • No. 1
    MTU Applied Portfolio Management students have placed first in global competition seven times
  • 730
    high school students across six states participated in the College-sponsored virtual stock-trading competition