About Our Students

For nearly 200 years, the University of Michigan has been producing graduates who significantly impact society. Today, navigating the incredible array of schools and degrees within the University can be daunting. A quick review of the talent represented by our various degrees and institutes can facilitate your hiring efforts at the University of Michigan.

Schools and Colleges at the University of Michigan

U.S. News & World Report has ranked U-M’s schools of law, medicine, engineering, information, and public policy in their top 10, solidifying the University’s place as one of the world’s great centers of research and teaching. If you want to evaluate students from any of these programs or from our College of Literature, Science and the Arts (undergraduate liberal arts program), we can facilitate an introduction to the career services offices at those schools. A complete list of the schools and colleges at the University of Michigan can be found Here. If we can help to answer questions about graduates of these programs, contact us at RossRecruiterRelations@umich.edu.

The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

The Ross School represents a mix of degrees and specialty areas as rich as that of any business school in the world. This richness is enhanced by our four institutes and the action-based learning opportunities provided by our Action Learning Center. Students who graduate with a degree from Ross offer recruiters an unrivaled range of experience and expertise.

Our Degrees Include:

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Master of Financial Engineering (MFE)

Master of Management (MM)

Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

Master of Entrepreneurship (MsE)

Minor in Business (MiB)

Institutes at the Ross School

In addition to completing the formal degree program, Ross students may participate in activities sponsored by one or more of the institutes based at the Ross School. Some students who participate in such institute programs also will earn dual degrees with another U-M school or college.

  • Frederick A. and Barbara M. Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise (Erb)-

  • Tauber Institute for Global Operations (Tauber) –

  • William Davidson Institute –

  • The Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies/Center for Venture Capital and Private Equity Finance (Zell Lurie) –

    The above description of degrees and programs at Ross represents an unparalleled menu of business talent from which to select. When combined with the other schools and colleges at the University of Michigan, trips to Ann Arbor can be the most efficient recruiting effort available to top tier companies anywhere in the world. We are conveniently located 30 minutes from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

    Please reach out to us at RossRecruiterRelations@umich.edu or through your Recruiting Relations Managers (RRM). RRMs are organized by industry and are here to recommend strategies to establish and enhance your presence either on campus or remotely.