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With five majors, seven minors, graduate degrees, and a certificate, our offerings influence every corner of the global economy. That diversity strengthens our department as we adopt a broad understanding of business and management and explore applications to various roles and industries.

Hands-on activities, immersive courses, and professionally connected organizations reflect our breadth of subject areas and lasting bonds with industry leaders. We hope you take advantage of enriching extracurricular activities that enhance the classroom experience and prepare you for success.

Hands-on Learning, Professional Connections

Regarded among the best in the country, our centers and labs inspire collaborations among faculty, staff, and industry partners to achieve real-world solutions. Each opportunity is different, but all of them equip you with the practical expertise and professional connections you need to excel in this in-demand industry.

Most experiential learning takes place in one of these spaces: Entrepreneurship Center, Weidner Center for Residential Property Management, Allègre Restaurant, and Maplewood Mansion Learning Lab.


Studying management prepares you for in-demand roles in every industry—from government and finance to business and heath care. With so many avenues to explore, we encourage you to pursue several internships to help you determine your career goals and gain a competitive edge. Learn more.

Immersive Learning

Learn by doing—digging into real-world problems alongside business leaders through our range of for-credit immersive courses tailored to your career goals and personal interests. Learn more.

Get Involved

Explore our industries and network with leading professionals through membership in these organizations dedicated to nurturing the next generation of business leaders driven to manage in a range of fields. These are among many Miller College organizations.

Our 2016 Student SHRM Chapter team placed second in regional case competition.
  • Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization (CEO) prepares students for the challenges associated with starting a business.
  • Sigma Iota Epsilon is a national professional honorary for management majors.
  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) focuses on professional development within the field of human resource management.
  • Hospitality and Food Management Association promotes the hospitality profession, which includes event, food, and hotel management.
  • Residential Property Management Association prepares students for careers in this in-demand, versatile field. 

Hear from Business Leaders

Top professionals regularly visit campus to share industry trends and innovation through our Executive–in-Residence Program, Distinguished Speaker Series, and Dialogue Days. Learn more.

Check out our Entrepreneurial Experience Lecture Series