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With hundreds of business schools in the U.S., doesn’t it seem like business school is just...business as usual? They tout their great majors. Brilliant faculty. Successful alumni. The Farmer School of Business at Miami University is something decidedly different. Sure, our programs are world class. But, look beyond the rankings and you’ll find graduates accepting positions with their dream companies, earning high starting salaries, and advancing more quickly than their peers.
On what it’s like to be part of the Farmer School at Miami. You’ll experience an education that goes beyond the classroom, beyond graduation, and beyond your expectations.
Nov. 24-28: Thanksgiving Break
Dec.2: Founders and Funders: How to Grow from Startup to Star
Dec. 4: Classes end
Discover your potential at Miami University.
Among public universities for student internships
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Among public universities for signature/international experience participation
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For student experience
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For early-career return on investment – Poets & Quants
Public undergraduate business school – Poets & Quants
Master's of Economics among public schools without doctoral programs – Financial Engineer Times
Accountancy program among schools without doctoral programs – Public Accounting Review
Our graduates are more likely to accept positions with the companies they want, earn high starting salaries, and advance more quickly than their peers.
The close relationships you’ll form with our faculty are one of the hallmarks and differentiators of the Farmer School. Our faculty are here to be true teacher-scholars, experts in their disciplines, and masters in the classroom. 100% of our classes are taught by full-time faculty, many of whom have real-world business experience.
While many other colleges reserve most resources for their graduate students, our world-class faculty teach your classes, not Ph.D. students. The kind of mentorship you find here will reach beyond your time on campus, creating lasting impact in your career.
“The best thing about Farmer is the people — the professors and staff. They really want to see you thrive.”
- Imani Steele '19, Marketing major
The Farmer School goes beyond theoretical knowledge and technical concepts. You’ll discover a wide range of classroom experiences, leveraging the kind of co-curricular activities integral to true student engagement. Through these unique learning encounters, you’ll develop the leadership skills and teamwork that employers value. In addition to the variety of majors, co-majors, and minors available in our program:
Farmer School students graduate Beyond Ready to start their careers. That’s why our graduating students are recruited by some of the best organizations in the world. Because we assist you in developing your skills and determining your optimal career path, you graduate ready to contribute from your first day on the job.
You’ll find all of the interactive hands-on learning relevant to career development topics and industry-specific knowledge, as well as individual career coaching to meet your individual needs.
With 30 student organizations and honor societies, internship pipelines, and study abroad opportunities, you’ll find countless ways to differentiate yourself. And, our incredible partnerships and recruiting strategies ensure that leading employers understand your unique qualifications as a graduate of the Farmer School.