Why Choose the Farmer School
The Farmer School shares Miami University’s commitment to undergraduate education, devoting resources to its undergraduates that many other institutions reserve for their graduate students. We will help you explore your potential and develop the qualities and skills necessary to become a confident leader in a pluralistic, challenging world.
Here are some solid reasons to choose Miami’s Farmer School of Business for your undergraduate education:
- Accreditation: All of our programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
- National rankings: Miami University consistently ranks among the country’s top public universities, and has been named a “best buy” by several national publications. The Farmer School, too, ranks among top public schools of business on BusinessWeek magazine’s annual survey of undergraduate business programs. Our undergraduate and graduate accountancy programs rank among the best in the yearly Public Accounting Report assessment.
- Teaching excellence: The majority of your business classes will be taught by experienced faculty members who want to get to know you, and who will help you with career counseling and networking. They love teaching, and have chosen Miami because this is a university where excellent teaching is prized.
- Global perspective: In addition to the many opportunities you’ll have to study abroad, you’ll expand your perspective on campus as well.
- Access to business leaders: You will meet and talk with executives from a wide range of businesses who visit campus as major speakers or guest lecturers in classes. Many student business organizations foster mentor relationships between business professionals and undergraduates.
- Career connections: Our reputation and the quality of our graduates have attracted recruiters from nearly 400 corporations to campus over the last several years. Fortune 500 and major accounting firms are well represented in this group.
- Outstanding, helpful alumni: You can benefit from the Farmer School’s network of more than 40,000 alumni who are involved with startups, small businesses, large corporations and non-profit organizations all over the world.
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