“The level and scope of private giving makes the difference between having a “good” business school and one that has potential to become a “great” business school. Whether it is providing scholarships for our hard-working students, supporting our faculty members’ dream initiatives, or providing facilities that enhance our curriculum and learning environment, each and every private dollar that we receive is so very important to our success. At Washburn we are fortunate to have such great support from our business alumni and our partners in the business community. We strive every day to give stakeholders the best return that we can for their invested trust in us.”
- Dr. David Sollars, Dean of the School of Business
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Washburn's School of Business offers high quality, student-focused programs that encourage the development of our students. It is the school’s goal to stress and instill the value of continuous, life-long learning. In the School of Business, skill development focuses on the core competencies of communications, teamwork and interpersonal skills, problem solving, ethical decision-making, technology, entrepreneurship, and global awareness. Washburn University is small enough to recognize each student as an individual and yet large enough to provide a diversified, well-balanced curriculum. The curriculum in the School of Business offers breadth, as well as specialization in various disciplines.
The School of Business offers degrees at both the graduate and undergraduate levels and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This level of excellence places Washburn’s School of Business as one of the top programs in the country.
Donations of any size can make a difference for the School of Business. Even small amounts given over time can accumulate to create substantial resources for the school. You will be recognized as a member of the School of Business Angel Investor Club by making an annual gift of $1,000 or more to be used for any purpose within the school.
Learn more about the different areas within the School of Business that your gift can support...
There are many career choices within the profession of accountancy. The four principal areas of employment are in industrial concerns, public practice, non-profit organizations, and governmental agencies.Economics
The economics curriculum is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the principles and institutions governing economic decisions made by households, businesses, and governments.Finance
The finance curriculum is designed to prepare students for careers in government services, corporate financial management, commercial banking, security analysis, insurance, real estate, and other finance fields, and graduate study.Management
Management courses in the fields of organization theory, human relationships, administrative communication, and related behavioral areas provide students with pertinent background for management careers in business and non-business organizations.Marketing
The marketing curriculum involves analysis of the ways business firms plan, organize, administer, and control their resources to achieve marketing objectives.Entrepreneurship Certificate Program
Masters in Business Administration
The Washburn MBA program meets the needs of students from diverse academic, professional, and personal backgrounds
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