Office of Undergraduate Programs
The Office of Undergraduate Programs at Ross oversees business education for U-M undergraduate students including the BBA degree, the Minor in Business, and offerings of business courses for students outside of Ross.
The Bachelor of Business Administration is one of the few undergraduate-level professional degrees awarded at U-M and is respected worldwide. The goal of this highly selective program is to provide a transformational experience for each student. Our courses, advising, programming, and student life activities combine multiple approaches, perspectives, and resources to deliver unparalleled curricular, personal, and professional experiences.
The Minor in Business, offered by Ross for students in other U-M colleges, complements diverse majors and provides non-business students with a well-rounded understanding of the world of commerce. The Minor in Business enables students to integrate business concepts, skills, and perspectives into their declared major. With a flexible core and elective options, this 15-credit minor allows students to specialize their business studies.
U-M students who prefer a less formal introduction to business are encouraged to investigate individual classes or small sets of related courses. There are several suggested tracks of business courses that align with different career and academic pursuits.