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University of Windsor, Odette School of Business

At the Odette School of Business we are committed to a very hands-on approach to education. We believe that our students learn by doing and engaging with our faculty. This philosophy is woven into the fabric of all of our programs and extra-curricular activities. We have a group of faculty who are leading researchers in their fields and who are committed to engaging students not only in their research, but with real word experiences that supplement the traditional classroom experience.

Students quickly discover that education is not just about taking classes. The complete Odette Experience focuses on academics but also personal growth and career preparation. While our faculty takes the lead in academics, our region’s business community plays key supporting roles in helping students learn beyond the classroom. We also offer students numerous opportunities to join clubs and to take on independent studies working closely with professors and professionals.

Here are some key facts about the Odette School of Business:

The School is named for Edmond and Louis Odette who with their respective families, have been long-time supporters of the school, our program, and our students.

We have a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in all of the traditional business specializations (i.e., accounting, finance, management science, strategy and entrepreneurship, marketing, as well as management and labour studies) serving approximately 1300 undergraduate and 450 graduate students.

Our graduates are in many significant leadership positions.

Engagement. Innovation. Impact.

AACSB-accredited schools are at the forefront of business education, preparing leaders like you to make a difference. By earning AACSB accreditation, this institution has made a commitment to continually improving the quality of education, ensuring that your coursework will be rigorous, dynamic, and relevant. No matter what path of business education you take, AACSB graduates are changing the business landscape—from startups to large corporations, across industries and around the world.