University of Utah – David Eccles School of Business
At the David Eccles School of Business, you’ll roll up your sleeves and plunge elbow-deep into hands-on learning opportunities that prepare you for leadership in the modern world. Whether it’s an undergraduate or graduate degree you seek, the University of Utah offers a complete spectrum of business education offerings, including full-time and professional MBA’s, specialized master’s and PhD programs, and multiple dual-degree options.
All of our programs share a few common core traits, including a strong emphasis on technology, innovation, commercialization and entrepreneurship. Whether you’re looking at graduate or undergraduate programs, your classes will be based out of our state-of-the-art facilities on the University of Utah’s picturesque campus in vibrant, metropolitan Salt Lake City.
We’re not at all interested in the status quo, which we believe is why the University of Utah ranks No. 1 or No. 2 in the nation for launching start-up businesses based on university research for three years running, according to the Association of University Technology Managers. Our interdisciplinary approach means that students at the School of Business have the opportunity to collaborate on actual projects with University of Utah technology and science programs, including the likes of Nobel laureate and genetics genius, Mario Cappechi.
Still not sold? We like that kind of attitude. How about the fact that the David Eccles School of Business started what has grown to become the largest university venture fund in the United States, and that our students play an active role in managing this $18.3 million technology venture fund. We are one of only a few universities on the planet that completely integrates the technology commercialization process with student learning.
From the first day you set foot on campus, every part of your experience at the David Eccles School of Business is designed to give you the tools you need not merely to succeed, but to exceed your own expectations of what’s possible.