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About the College of Business

The College of Business at the University of Louisville enhances the intellectual and economic vitality of our city, the region, and the broader business world through our academic programs, research, and community outreach activities. We strongly believe that lives improve through entrepreneurship, innovation, critical and rigorous thinking, diverse ideas, and people.

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Bolster your career with access to high-value, focused programs, local and global opportunities, and free career support for life.

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95% Graduate program graduation rate
$75,680 Average starting salary of MBA graduate
52 Full-time graduate students
#73 Best Public Institutions (Kiplinger's Best College Values)
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Our approach

We are educating tomorrow’s leaders. We are a diverse, inclusive, and supporting community. We value risk-taking, inquisitiveness, and practical experience. All tied together with a commitment to excellence. LEAP is an acronym that represents what is unique about the College of Business. These points of distinction define our intent and guide our activities as we LEAP forward.

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Students from Portland Elementary posing with a pair of UofL students after being given Elevate Portland sweatshirts.

The College of Business and our connection to Louisville

"Of Louisville" through and through

The University of Louisville’s College of Business is deeply and deliberately “of Louisville.” We build upon the city’s strengths and we contribute to those strengths in purposeful and reciprocal ways. We are committed to making all of Louisville and all of its citizens better as, at the same time, the city defines us and grounds our strategies and programs.

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Louisville's Leaders

Entrepreneurs, visionaries, philanthropists, and community activists. All committed to our mission and goals.

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Todd A. Mooradian, PhD Dean, College of Business Read Dean Mooradian's letter


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News & Stories

Kent Oyler joins UofL College of Business as executive in residence

Kent Oyler has joined the University of Louisville College of Business as an executive in residence. In this role, Oyler will...

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Economics professor featured on NPR podcast

Economics professor Jose Fernandez, PhD was recently interviewed on The Indicator from Planet Money on NPR. He spoke about the economic impact of...

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Make Your Own Way

There’s never one path to success, and it never looks like a straight line. Austin Brandon understands that on the...

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Meet MSBA Alumni, Claudia Lopez Rodriguez

Claudia Lopez Rodriguez holds a Master of Accountancy and a Master of Science in Business Analytics from the University of...

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Establishing a Flight Pattern

The glass ceiling is a barrier in the professional world that many women face when embarking on their career journey. Every...

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UofL entrepreneurship bootcamp goes virtual, draws innovators from throughout region

LaunchIt, the University of Louisville's 10-week entrepreneurial bootcamp, has taken its entrepreneurship training online and expanded to serve innovators and university researchers throughout the Midwest and Southeast.

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Meet MSBA Alumni, CJ Skinner

Before enrolling into the University of Louisville’s MSBA program, CJ Skinner earned his undergraduate degree in economics and business administration...

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Certificate Roundtable

Closing the gap between the classroom and the workplace means providing students with not just theoretical knowledge, but an applied...

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Racing Investigator Certificate

The Equine Industry Program, in collaboration with the Association of Racing Commissioners International (ARCI), hosted the first-ever Racing Investigator Certificate...

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Students at the Derby

For the first time in history, the 2020 Kentucky Derby was run without fans on the first Saturday in September....

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