At University of Rhode Island's College of Business, students learn to approach problems--and to solve them--the way businesses do. That's true for undergraduates interested in finance or graduate students with a passion for strategic innovation. Today's business leaders demand a new generation of skills. Technology is, of course, a big part of our culture. So are global thinking and an innovative approach to project management, critical thinking, and communications.
We're small. We'll know each student's name and offer them real-world internships that are right for them--performance-based projects with companies from IBM and PriceWaterhouseCoopers to Christian Dior. Here students will find a private school atmosphere at a public school price and the kind of faculty, programs, and opportunities necessary for students to develop into innovative leaders ready to manage change in the diverse, global business economy of tomorrow.