With approximately 300 MBA and 1600 undergraduate students, the School of Business at SUNY Oswego is an ideal learning environment. It is large enough to offer diverse course offerings, yet faculty can work individually with students. Our programs blend a theoretical perspective with practical applications. Our undergraduate majors, such as Accounting, Finance and Human Resource Management prepare students for professional certification such as the CPA, CFA and the SHRM-CP. The active engagement of student business organizations provides entrepreneurial and leadership opportunities. Student projects include managing a $300,000 investment portfolio, offering free-income tax assistance to over 400 households, and organizing a business start-up competition. From its founding in 1861, Oswego has emphasized a hands-on approach to learning. The School of Business continues that tradition with student projects, collaborative work, internships, co-ops and directed research. We have strong international collaborations including a student research conference that alternates between Oswego and Shanghai. Oswego has successful alumni that are eager to assist current students. Two of our alumni were featured in AACSB’s centennial celebration of 100 Influential Alumni. Oswego has embraced online learning technology and offers a broad array of online courses, including an option to complete the MBA entirely online. Professional instructional designers assist faculty in optimizing the online learning environment. Whether classes are taken online, at our lakeside campus, or at the Syracuse branch campus, students will find SUNY Oswego faculty dedicated to a learning-centered environment.