Ross School of Business was established in the year 1924 under University of Michigan. The complete name of the School is – Stephen M Ross School of Business after New York Realtor and class of 1962 BBA student Stephen M Ross of the School of Business donated $100 million to the school.
Ross School of Business is located at Ann Arbor in Michigan in a 10 acre campus.
The academic programs offered by the Ross School of Business include – Bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree, full time Master of business administration (MBA) degree, part time MBA degree, Global MBA, Executive MBA degree program, Master of Accounting, Master of Supply Chain Management, Executive Education programs and doctoral degree in management.
The School also offers dual degrees with other University of Michigan schools’ in the fields of engineering, medicine, law, education, information, urban planning, nursing, music, natural resources and environment.
Ross School of Business’s BBA degree program is ranked as one of the top three programs in the USA. Part time MBA program is offered on weekends and evenings for working professionals. Executive MBA at Ross School of Business is a twenty month program for high potential leaders across the globe with 10-15 years of supervisory experience.
Global MBA degree is a sixteen months program for company sponsored corporate managers. The courses are usually taken in Ann Arbor center and in other Asian centers.
Master of Supply Chain Management is a one year program which requires participants to have atleast three years working experience. The Master of Accounting degree program is also a one year program which requires thesis submission at the end of the course. After completing this degree program students usually aim for the Certified Public Accountants Examination.
Ross School of Business has an undergraduate strength of 1070 and postgraduate student population of 1045.
The research centers at the Ross School of Business include – Center for Research in Accounting, Center for International Business Education, Tax Policy Research etc.
The School also is home to the Kresge Library which has a collection of 145000 volumes and 3000 journals. The School also has a Business and Finance Center which is directly linked to the New York Stock Exchange through a classroom floor.
To get more details about Ross School of Business, visit http://www.bus.umich.edu/