- Roughly half of COB students have more than one course of study.
- OHIO's College of Business also offers minors and certificates. Both options allow students to pursue special interests and personalize their learning.
- If you are a driven and focused student who wants to get the most out of your education, the College of Business Honors Program may be right for you.
Ohio University's College of Business goes beyond traditional group projects and internships to connect students with a wide variety of experiences outside of the classroom, from student-run businesses such as the Southern Ohio Copperheads summer baseball league to selective experience-based programs such as the Schey Sales Centre and the Student Equity Management Group. OHIO students manage real portfolios on Wall Street on behalf of the Ohio University foundation and can be working major events like the Super Bowl and the Ryder Cup. International opportunities such as our Global Consulting Program prepare students to lead in an increasingly globally-connected world.
The College of Business offers small class sizes so that faculty can focus on your personal development. In fact, our average class size in core business classes is 35 students.
The Business Cluster
The Integrated Business Cluster (IBC) is consistently cited by students and alumni as one of the most valuable educational experiences. Student teams are challenged to apply what they've learned to solve a wide range of real-world business problems.
Our Commitment to You
As an AACSB-accredited school, you can feel confident knowing that we have high-quality programs, high-quality faculty, students with higher overall GPAs, more international students, more employers that recruit from us, and graduates with higher salaries and earning potential.
Recognized for Quality and Value
The degrees offered through Ohio University's College of Business are highly ranked and regarded. Ohio University's College of Business ranked as the 38th-best undergraduate business school, and 15th among public schools in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 review of the "Best Undergraduate Business Schools."
"Fiske's Guide to Colleges 2015" ranked Ohio University 14th in "best buy" based on academic quality in relation to cost of attendance. Ohio University has also been recognized by Peterson’s Guide to Competitive Colleges for academic quality and value.
The Princeton Review praises accessibility of the professors and the beauty of the campus, and the quality of the college newspaper.
Among these accolades and many more, one number is clear: Ohio University’s College of Business delivers the nations #1 return on experience.
Our bachelor and Master of Business Administration are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB). This esteemed designation is held by only 5% of business schools worldwide. AACSB accreditation is the world’s most widely recognized endorsement in business education. Universities are evaluated on alumni success, rankings, school histories, and other significant qualifiers, which help determine the value employers place on advanced degrees.
Ohio University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. This organization oversees the educational offerings of schools and universities in the north central region of the United States. OHIO's Accreditation
Our Bachelor of Sport Management and Master of Sports Administration are recognized by the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation, a specialized accrediting body that promotes and recognizes excellence in sport management education in colleges at the baccalaureate and graduate levels.