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University of Kansas School of Business

Where instructional and intellectual excellence converge, empowering students to become leaders who make positive change in business and society.

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Undergraduate programs

There are many paths to becoming a Business Jayhawk. Discover which is right for you, and explore our majors, minors and certificates.

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Graduate programs

Our master's programs can help you advance your career or delve deeper into a specific facet of industry, while our doctoral program allows students to pursue research in an environment that promotes extensive faculty interaction.

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By the numbers

Best public business school, U.S. News & World Report, 2022
of 2019-20 undergraduates placed by time of preliminary report
Freshmen directly admitted for the fall 2021 semester
Total students enrolled for fall 2021
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Business Jayhawks go on to have exciting careers around the world, serving as executives, launching companies and making a difference.

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Business Jayhawk stories

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Dual master's grad sees opportunity to help Indigenous communities

Christian Hopkins views financial literacy skills as the foundation for entrepreneurship and economic development.
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Growth prompts buildout of 'shell spaces' in Capitol Federal Hall

Five years after moving into Capitol Federal Hall, the KU School of Business is booming.

Latest News

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Business online MBA program moved up four spots to No. 16 overall in the 2022 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Online Programs.”
LAWRENCE — The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with supply chain obstacles, has made the international marketplace even trickier for businesses to navigate. But Murali Mantrala, Ned Fleming Professor of Marketing, advocates that companies consider a new approach.

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