Explore the many ways to enhance your undergraduate experience:
- Minors for BBA Students: Information on the option for students in the BBA program to pursue approved academic minors.
- Supplemental Studies: Learn about special programs through the School of Public Health, the Graham Sustainability Institute, and the Ford School of Public Policy.
- Minor in Business for non-Ross Students: Information on the Minor in Business available for UM-Ann Arbor students enrolled in schools that have approved the minor for their students.
- Minor FAQ for BBAs: Key points current BBA students should understand about the new Minor in Business.
- Dual Degrees for BBA Students: BBA dual degree programs, planning tools, application documents, and advising for dual degree students
- Study Abroad: Explore global opportunities through:
- Institutes, Centers, Programs, and Partnerships: Undergraduate students can participate in several opportunities through:
- Business + Impact: Gain practical skills and insights to tackle complex social challenges and catalyze a career in social impact.
- Center for Positive Organizations: Learn and engage with Positive Organizational Scholarship by participating in programs such as +LAB or Magnify Immersion Program.
- Erb Institute: Enhance your understanding of business and sustainability through courses, workshops, and fieldwork.
- Sanger Leadership Center: Explore opportunities such as Ross Leaders Academy, Legacy Lab, Story Lab, Michigan Model of Leadership, LDRx, and Crisis Challenge.
- Zell Lurie Institute: Advance your entrepreneurial skills through courses, workshops, internships, and the ZLI Challenge.
- Carson Scholars: Deepen your understanding of business and the public policy process through BL 488's experience in Washington, D.C.
- Cappo Sales Track: Ross offers a dedicated set of courses that create greater awareness of sales, giving students an avenue to explore the field, and create opportunities for starting a sales career.
- Och Initiative for Women in Finance: The Och Initiative for Women in Finance was created to increase awareness among undergraduate students about careers in finance and improve access to those career paths. The initiative offers co-curricular talent development activities through which students gain knowledge of the industry, practical skills for their job search, and social capital to expand their networks.
- Ross Experiences in Action-Based Learning (REAL): Explore Opportunities to start, advise, invest, or lead a business.
- Dual Degrees for Ross Graduate Students: MBA dual degree programs ("established" and "student-initiated"), "student-initiated" dual degrees for Ross graduate students, and advising for dual degree students.
- Real Estate Development Certificate Program: Information for MBA students who wish to pursue the Real Estate Certificate Program.
- Graduate Data Science Certificate Program: Information for MBA students interested in the Graduate Data Science Certificate Program.
- Washington Campus: Intensive one-week courses in Washington D.C., providing participants with first-hand exposure to the political process and its impact on management. Offered as BL 688 for MBAs and BL 488 for BBAs.
- Study Abroad: Registration information regarding several study abroad options, including Ross Global Initiatives.
- Institutes, Centers, Programs, and Partnerships: Links to web sites for centers of research, advanced learning, and collaboration at Ross.