Incoming freshmen for 2016-2017: Apply now through March 16, 2016 at 4 p.m. Eastern time.
Launched fall semester 2008, the Miller Business Honors Program was developed through the generous estate gift of alumnus Wally Miller, benefactor and namesake of our college.
The Miller Business Honors Program is a four-year, cohort-based program that provides a specialized curriculum and developmental programming focused on academic, professional, networking, and social growth. This selective program accepts up to 24 high-achieving and motivated freshmen (including Miller Scholarship winners) each year.
Awarded the National Academic Advising Association’s 2012 Outstanding Institutional Advising Program Certificate of Merit.
View the official brochure for the Miller Business Honors Program (PDF).
The specialized curriculum allows you to take classes with other students like yourself in a small and enriched environment. The courses are filled with more discussion, more real-world cases, and more hands-on learning.
Developmental programming has provided the following experiences:
Requirements of the Miller Business Honors Program
The small environment of this program provides a supportive group of peers, along with personal attention from dedicated faculty and staff. Learn about our current students through their online profiles and stay up-to-date on program news through our Facebook page!
Eligibility and Application Process
Overall, we are looking for not only high academic-achieving students, but also motivated students who are interested in a challenging opportunity with personal attention. Miller Business Honors Program students exemplify strong academic drive, professionalism, motivation, leadership, and ethical and moral character. For greater insight into what we look for in applicants, check out the characteristics of current Miller Business Honors Program students.
To be considered for the Miller Business Honors Program, you must be admitted to Ball State University and have indicated a major in business. Miller Business Honors Program applications are due March 16 at 4 p.m. Apply now!
The university's Honors College at Ball State requires a separate application process. The Miller College of Business promotes student participation in both the university's Honors College and the Miller Business Honors Program.
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