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Business and management

As a Spartan, you are empowered to tailor your business and management education to your specific interests and career goals. MSU’s undergraduate programs in the Eli Broad College of Business consistently rank among the nation’s best, and many business majors also exist across our other degree-granting colleges — such as advertising management, packaging or construction management. Plus, The Princeton Review ranked MSU in the top 15 on its list of top 50 undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the nation in 2021.

Overview of business and management

Top 20

public business schools in U.S. (Bloomberg Businessweek)

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No. 1

for supply chain management and logistics (U.S. New & World Report)

Studying business and management at Michigan State University

There are countless ways to pursue the study of business and management at Michigan State. You do not necessarily have to be a business major, or even in MSU's business college, to prepare yourself for a business and management career. There are many majors across the different colleges at MSU that offer business and management education.

Take a look at the academic opportunities below to see how you can customize your study of business and management at MSU to suit your goals and passions.


The following majors offered at Michigan State are a great fit for anyone interested in the topics of business and management.

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Broad College of Business

College of Communication Arts and Sciences

James Madison College

College of Natural Science

College of Social Science

*Food science can also be pursued through Lyman Briggs College

Take the business and management tour

Take a virtual business and management tour of MSU's campus. This tour showcases areas of campus relevant to students studying majors in business and management.

Take the tour