Ross Courses for Non-Business Undergraduate Students
The Ross School of Business offers opportunities for undergraduates across the University of Michigan to gain exposure to business concepts while applying and building upon the analytical, quantitative, and leadership skills you have already developed. Students from all majors are encouraged to select courses offered by Ross that align with their academic and professional goals, in consultation with their home school adviser. Exploring these elective areas can provide insight and introduction to possible career paths. Students may choose electives to explore the following fields:
- Finance and Banking
- Management and Human Resources
- Non-Profit and Social Services
- Supply Chain Management
"Enhancing Career Opportunities Through Business Education" - a guide to Ross courses for non-business undergraduate students.
Additionally, Ross offers a wide variety of action-based learning experiences that allow students to directly apply course content to real-life situations, providing the opportunity to work collaboratively with corporate sponsors, participate on consulting projects, and create innovative ideas and products. Students may also wish to explore international business education through the
Office of Global Initiatives' immersive study abroad courses.
For more information, see the course descriptions and prerequisites.