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Founded in 1900, the Wisconsin School of Business is one of the first five business programs in the nation. That pioneering spirit has remained throughout the decades as we aim to shape the future of business higher education through innovation in how and what we teach, as well as in our research endeavors.

We believe lifelong learning unleashes human capital, transforming the world. Through focused excellence in research and teaching, we aim to create premium learning experiences and a model for business as well as higher education. Together, we shape the future through:

Focused Research Excellence

At Wisconsin, we encourage our faculty members to lead the advancement of their field of expertise. Excellence in research defines what and how we teach, enriches our exchange with industry and policy leaders, and opens unique partnership opportunities at the service of our students.

Premium Learning Experiences

Bright students from all backgrounds come to the Wisconsin School of Business with a passion for making a difference in the world around them. We launch them on their way to personal and professional success by offering an exceptional student experience that combines a rigorous curriculum with applied learning opportunities and one-on-one attention.

Exemplary Knowledge Enterprise

Through our teaching and research, we aim to influence and improve lives beyond the boundaries of our campus. Our students and alumni are the proud beacons of our dedication to improving the lives of people in the state, nation, and world.

Together-in partnership with our alumni and friends, our campus, and academic institutions around the world-we will build on our long tradition of innovation to shape the future, one graduate at a time.