School of Business
Founded in 1941, the UConn School of Business has evolved into one of the most comprehensive business schools in the nation. The School of Business has established a strong reputation for high quality research and academic programs, spanning a wide array of functional disciplines
Located in the heart of downtown Stamford, the UConn Stamford School of Business offers undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree programs in business. Considered the fastest growing economic base in the Northeast, students at UConn Stamford benefit from the close association and partnerships with many of the leading corporations in Fairfield County.
The program objective of the major in Business Data Analytics is to provide a business degree with a special emphasis in the application of information technology. Functional area concentrations (three courses) are also possible in selected areas based on the availability of courses.
Coming Fall 2015. Highlights of the Digital Marketing and Analytics major will include a comprehensive and integrative approach to digital marketing and analytics that includes digital products and services, dynamic pricing, and online distribution, as well as social media and digital communication.
The Financial Management major offered only at the UConn Stamford campus is specifically designed to prepare students for careers in corporate money management and investment. The curriculum is closely tied to professional financial services practice.
Additionally, the School of Business offers business minors in Stamford including Accounting, Business Fundamentals, Digital Marketing & Analytics, and Management. The business school also offers academic programs in Hartford, Storrs and Waterbury.
Centers and Initiatives
Offering additional professional development resources in information technology for the business community.
The SLA serves as a collaborative, multi-disciplinary learning space where programs from many UConn colleges and schools will share space and resources to foster a very wide range of student team projects.