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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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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

#42
Best public business school, U.S. News & World Report, 2021
80%
of 2019-20 undergraduates placed by time of preliminary report
550+
Freshmen directly admitted for the fall 2020 semester
3,000
Total students enrolled for fall 2020
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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

Alex Murray

Finance student looks to bridge business and environmental sectors

Alex Murray is the second student from KU to earn the George J. Mitchell Scholarship
Capitol Federal Hall

Service-oriented students get opportunity to volunteer in their field

A group of passionate business students started a new club on campus to give all students the opportunity to gain experience in the nonprofit sector while contributing their time and talents to the Lawrence community.



Latest News

  LAWRENCE — The phrase “to see red” means to become angry. But for investors, seeing red takes on a whole different meaning. That’s the premise behind a new article by William Bazley, assistant professor of finance at the University of Kansas.
Murali K. Mantrala, Ned Fleming Professor of Marketing, has been awarded the 2020 Don McBane Special Recognition Award from the American Marketing Association’s Selling and Sales Management Special Interest Group (SIG).



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