With a community of 450 business students, we are large enough to lead and small enough to care, preparing Huskies for a culture where technology impacts our lives—faster than ever before.
The College of Business at Michigan Tech provides an AACSB-accredited curriculum in our undergraduate program. We have 95+ years offering business-related courses at a flagship technological university. Our classes are nimble and adaptable—just like the real world. Professors take the time to learn your career goals so they can provide you with the knowledge, tools, and experiences you need to meet the needs of tomorrow.
Michigan Tech is the place to develop a business career fueled by technology and innovation. Choose a degree program to learn more.
Our accounting major goes beyond teaching procedures to focus on the knowledge and skills required to solve real problems for high-tech organizations. Graduates are uniquely positioned to audit technologically based companies. Add a data analytics concentration to prepare for what tomorrow needs.
Our business analytics major focuses on business problem-solving, providing business intelligence, and making better data-driven decisions—while improving the customer experience. Make sense of a massive collection of data. Build models to better predict the future and improve customer and business outcomes.
Our construction management major prepares its graduates with best business practices to plan, budget, and supervise any building or commercial construction project from start to finish. Graduates have a 100-percent job placement rate and earn industry-leading salaries throughout the Midwest.
With a strong theoretical and analytical foundation, the economics major broadens to include business, engineering, science, mathematics, and other social sciences. The result is a well-rounded educational experience—and graduates who are prepared to solve high-level, high-tech business, economic, and social problems.
Engineering management majors complete a comprehensive business curriculum, as well as courses in science, engineering, and math, bridging the gap between engineering and business. Coursework is tailored to meet industry and professional standards, preparing graduates to lead teams and projects.
As a finance major, you will master financial decision-making tools and concepts to propel your financial services career. Add a minor in financial technology (FinTech)—the first of its kind in the Upper Midwest—to increase career opportunities and be prepared for what tomorrow needs.
Our management major at Michigan Tech develops confident, tech-focused problem solvers who put people first. Michigan Tech is the place to develop a business career fueled by technology and innovation. Two concentration options allow students to specialize and define their interests and career goals:
Our management information systems major prepares students for a growing job market, as MIS graduates are in demand nationwide. Courses in programming, usability, network administration, and graphic and information design shape graduates as team players, project managers, and problem solvers.
Our marketing major offers a technology-driven and creativity-charged curriculum featuring marketing analytics, brand management, and digital marketing. Learn integrated marketing communication, new product development, consumer behavior and culture, and sales technology.
Not sure which major is right for you? No pressure. Our Business Major Finder is a good place to start. Still unsure? The general business option offers students up to three semesters to explore business majors before making a decision. Our core curriculum gives Huskies a taste of all business disciplines, so that they can confidently pursue their interests and passions.