Large enough to lead. Small enough to care.
Not sure which major to choose? The general business option gives you up to two semesters to learn about all of our majors before making a decision.
Our AACSB-accredited school has 400 students, which allows us to be large enough to lead and small enough to care.
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 a representative from the School of Business and Economics to discuss our majors and career opportunities.
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.
General Business Path
Not sure which major is right for you? No pressure. The general business option gives students up to two semesters to explore business majors before making a decision. Our core curriculum gives Huskies a taste of all business disciplines, so they can better determine and pursue their interests and passions.
Students in the Michigan Tech School of Business and Economics have the flexibility to expand their skills and career options by pursuing a double major. Business majors share a core curriculum, which prepares future business leaders to be well rounded and to have an understanding of how all disciplines interact.
With as few as 32 additional credits, Huskies can achieve a double major. Courses from one degree can double count in another. And when electives are chosen wisely, students can maximize their education and leverage a broader business background—making them even more employable.
Crazy smart combinations include:
- Accounting and Finance
- Accounting and Management Information Systems
- Management Information Systems and Marketing
- Marketing and Engineering Management
- Management and Marketing
Thinking about transferring to Michigan Tech's School of Business and Economics from another institution? See how your earned credits will transfer in.
The School of Business and Economics charges itself with providing all business students with the blueprint for professional success.