Wisconsin Business School
Founded in 1900, the Wisconsin School of Business established one of the first five business programs in the nation.
Grainger Hall, home of the Wisconsin School of Business, is prominently located in the heart of downtown Madison at 975 University Avenue between Park and Brooks Streets and is a brief 20-minute taxi ride from the Dane County Regional Airport.
Wisconsin Business School Program Rankings
Below are rankings for Wisconsin among major publications:
– #1 Full-Time MBA Return on Investment according to Poets and Quants (2018)
– #19 Among Public Full-Time MBA Programs according to The Economist (2019)
– #28 in the U.S. (#16 among public universities) for part-time MBA programs according to U.S. News & World Report
Facilities at the Wisconsin Business School
Facilities include Grainger Hall, Capital Cafe, and Peet’s Coffee, Learning Commons, and the Digital Print Center.
- Innovative curriculum
- Seminars and speakers
- Networking events
- Experiential learning opportunities
- Student and faculty research
- Global connections
- Lifelong connections with Business Badgers
Faculty at the Wisconsin Business School
The faculty at Wisconsin collaborate within seven areas of study to perform innovative research and support a wide range of degree options, majors, and course offerings for students.
The following number of students are in the Wisconsin programs: 3,097 undergraduate BBA students, 183 full-time MBA students, 140 Evening MBA students, 87 Executive MBA students, and 69 P.h.D students.
MBA and MS Degree Offerings at the University of Toronto Rotman School of Management
Wisconsin provides the following graduate management education programs including the Full-Time MBA, Professional MBA, Evening MBA, Executive MBA, MAcc, MS in Business Analytics, MS in Finance, MS in Real Estate, and MS in Supply Chain Management.