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Organizational Excellence

Stats and Strengths

At the Poole College of Management, we instill an entrepreneurial mindset in all our students and build analytical skills into every program, so graduates leave here ready to lead. We partner with academia and industry to create extraordinary experiences for our students and faculty. The results, such as these recent stats, speak for themselves.

19 Diversity and Inclusion Events

As a college, we celebrated several heritage months, including Native American Heritage Month, Latinx Heritage Month and Black History Month.

Poole Thought Leadership Launch

A new hub for thought leadership offers a wealth of short, actionable insights around the economy, the business and the world more broadly stemming from our faculty experts.

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  • ~ 200 full-time faculty/staff members
  • ~ 4,000 students
  • 3 bachelor’s degrees: accounting, business administration and economics
  • 4 master’s degrees: accounting, business administration, economics, management
  • 1 doctoral degree: Ph.D. in Economics
  • Hundreds mutually beneficial relationships with corporate partners
  • 15+ concentrations across academic programs, ranging from finance and supply chain management to entrepreneurship and marketing
  • Executive education through custom-designed solutions, workshops and open programs
  • 5 centers and initiatives fostering research, learning and corporate engagement: Business Analytics Initiative, Business Sustainability Collaborative, Enterprise Risk Management Initiative, Entrepreneurship Clinic, Supply Chain Resource Cooperative
  • 5 language tracks and global partnerships offered through the International Business Dual Degree Program

Selected Rankings

  • Top 100 MBA program worldwide (The Economist)
  • #7 online MBA program nationally (The Princeton Review)
  • #9 master of accounting (MAC) program and undergraduate accounting program in the south (Public Accounting Report)
  • #10 supply chain graduate program (Gartner) 
  • #10 among entrepreneurship undergraduate programs (Princeton Review)
  • #47 undergraduate business program (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • #55 graduate economics program nationwide (US News & World Report)