School of Business and Economics

Prospective Student Resources

In the School of Business and Economics we offer seven majors (accounting, economics, engineering management, finance, management, management information systems, and marketing). Not sure which major to choose? Get started in our general business program.

Our AACSB-accredited school has nearly 400 students, which allows us to be large enough to lead and small enough to care.

Undergraduate Students

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Visit Campus

Weekday tours are offered twice daily, whenever school is in session. During your visit you will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Outreach Manager to discuss our majors and career opportunities.

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Impact Scholarship

High school seniors are invited to apply for our Impact Scholarship. Scholarships range from $1,000 to full-time resident tuition. Applications are accepted in October and the on-campus competition takes place in December.

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Transfer Students

Thinking about transferring to Michigan Tech's School of Business and Economics from another institution? See how your earned credits will transfer in.

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Enterprise Business Initiative

The Enterprise Business Initiative is an interdisciplinary Enterprise, collaborative group of students interested in applying business processes within their Enterprise teams while enhancing their Enterprise projects.

Graduate Students

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Tech MBA® Program

With our challenging Tech MBA, you could leverage foundational skills to open up new opportunities in business-related careers.

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Masters in Accounting

Our innovative curriculum focuses on case studies, seminars and data analysis to prepare students to make immediate contributions in a professional work environment.

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Masters in Applied Natural Resource Economics

Learn how to use the techniques of economics to tackle the important issues arising with the use and preservation of natural resources and the environment.