Beacom School of Business

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About Us

Points of Pride - Beacom School of Business:
  • Has an enrollment (Fall 2013) of 1,315 students (989 undergraduate, 326 graduate).
  • Is one of only 5 percent of business schools worldwide to achieve AACSB accreditation, the highest distinction that business schools can receive.
  • Ranks exceptionally high in academic achievement. In 2013, the average score of seven Beacom students, who took the Bloomberg Assessment Test, exceeded the global average by dozens of percentage points. More>
  • Maintains a low faculty-to-student ratio. Undergraduate business classes average 25 students.
  • Provides excellent internship opportunities with more than half of undergraduate students completing at least one internship.
  • Awards more than $400,000 in annual scholarships.
  • Boasts a 92 percent placement rate.
  • Provides hands-on financial management experience with opportunities to manage a $1 million investment fund.
  • Strongly encourages participation in business-related student organizations - many of them national award winners.
  • Regularly hosts national business leaders, government officials, successful alumni and other guest speakers to discuss current business issues and offer leadership perspectives.
  • Offers state-of-the-art classrooms.   
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Dean Venkatachalam
Dean Venky Venkatachalam

Welcomes you. More>

AACSB Accreditation
AACSB Accreditation

The highest standard for business schools worldwide. More>

Board of Governors

Business leaders serve in an advisory capacity. More> 

Beacom Wire Newsletter
Beacom Wire

News from the Beacom School of Business. More>

Business Connections
Business Connections

Mailed to alumni and friends. More>

Nick Bentele
Graduate Testimonials

Read what our graduates say about their education. More>


One of the nation's best. More>

Service Awards

Annual awards honor leaders and students. More>

Business School

Innovative building. More>


More than $400,000 is available annually. More>

Student Organizations

A valuable complement to the academic curriculum. More> 

Study Abroad
Study Abroad

Study business internationally. More>