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Each student’s journey is different. We recognize your individual goals and experiences, and we help you develop the skill, agility and resiliency to navigate the global economy and your career for a lifetime. Our renowned faculty have made their mark in business and continue to produce innovative research that influences and shapes the curricula and your perspective.

Through immersive education and experiential learning, your time at the Merage School is focused on developing your professional skills. Small cohorts, not typically found at large public universities, along with personalized attention from our faculty and professional staff, enhance our ability to treat each student as an individual. With smaller cohorts come smaller class sizes, so you can get to know your peers.

Collaborate to build your social and professional network with a group of intellectually curious people striving to reach their academic and career goals. Team projects show you how to apply your critical thinking skills and analysis into tangible results within a group – similar to the challenges you will face in your organization.

An Educational Experience That Prepares You for Success

We are focused on giving our students the tools to reach their career goals and achieve their dreams. Students come to the Merage School because they want to learn and grow on a campus that is rapidly growing, diverse and globally recognized, and has the feel of a smaller, newer school. 

Here’s what you can expect during your time at the Merage School:

  • Innovative, collaborative and entrepreneurial atmosphere
  • Wide variety of programs
  • Customizable curriculum and certificates
  • Flexible program delivery options
  • Smaller class sizes
  • Personal one-on-one relationship with career advisors
  • Expert faculty that are invested in the students
  • Exceptional opportunities for experiential learning

“One thing that confirmed my choice to attend the Merage School was the immediate attention I received from my professors. Not only do faculty members know your name, but they take a personal interest in your career development and offer themselves as a resource down the road.”

Rachel Bobroff, Full-time MBA