The University of Kansas School of Business has been educating students and creating business leaders since 1924.
Our students gain a comprehensive business education through experiential learning and international opportunities. Professional development is woven throughout our curriculum, addressing both student needs and employer demand.
KU School of Business faculty produce innovative research published in industry-leading journals. National media feature their expertise about business trends and insights. Many of our faculty have earned prominent awards for their research and teaching excellence and their commitment to student success.
We hold the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide — accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), a standard also held by our accounting program.
Our home, the 166,500-square-foot Capitol Federal Hall, is a hub for collaboration and innovation. More than anything, the KU School of Business is an expansive, inclusive community where people collaborate and ideas flourish.
The School of Business has five academic areas: Accounting; Analytics, Information and Operations Management; Finance; Management and Entrepreneurship; Marketing and Business Law.
Our DEIB student programs include the Multicultural Business Scholar Program and the Summer Venture in Business program.
Find our latest school and program rankings, as well as information about our enrollment and professional engagement rates.
At the start of the 2017–18 academic year, the KU School of Business began the process of developing a strategic plan to advance its stature and impact
Read a message from Dean L. Paige Fields, H.D. Price Professor of Business, and view a list of the school’s advisory boards.
Find a list of contact information for the various programs and offices in the School of Business.
Thanks to a gift, about 150 works of art are featured among the hallways and public spaces throughout Capitol Federal Hall.
Read about the deans that have led the School of Business throughout its nearly 100-year history.