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An education is just the start. Get your start at Gies.

Choosing a business school is more than a business decision. It’s about finding the best fit, so you can discover the best you. To reach your full potential, you need the right combination of freedom and structure. You’ll find that at Gies. Here, you will be guided in the study of your chosen discipline - between Accountancy, Business Administration, and Finance. You will also be encouraged to challenge assumptions, consider new possibilities, and forge your own path.

What you learn inside the classroom is just the start of an education that will empower you. You’ll also have exceptional opportunities outside the classroom to build on what you learn and to discover your passion. At Gies, we prepare you for more than a career. We give you the tools to discover your purpose through eight highly ranked business majors, three minors, and a commitment to providing the support you need to be the best student—and the best you.

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Be part of a talented community

Invested in student success

The Undergraduate Success Lab is located inside the Business Instructional Facility, and it is intended to serve as a designated location for students seeking academic, emotional, financial, or social support. The lab provides a platform for students to serve their classmates and help grow relationships and community within Gies College of Business.

Activities housed inside the Student Success Lab include:

  • Initial access point for student questions regarding a financial crisis, mental or physical health concerns, housing issues, and more
  • Peer advising and advising workshops
  • Peer tutoring and exam workshops
  • Study abroad information sessions and course planning

The business know-how to build a strong career

The innovative curriculum and expansive business offerings at Gies prepare you for a variety of careers across disciplines and industries, regardless of which major you choose. Plus, you have extensive opportunities to enhance your career readiness and make connections that help you forge your own path. Add to that the exceptional resources of our Career Services team, and you have a partnership that supports your success.

Gies News and Events

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New research adds “weight” to the vice tax debate

Gies Assistant Professor Ying Bao is researching a new breed of “sin taxes” on vice foods that are high in sugar, fat, or sodium - documenting how the purchase pattern and price sensitivity vary across obesity status.

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How information disclosure affects decision making

Gies Instructor of Accountancy Jalal Sani researches real effects of disclosure, information acquisition and disclosure, organization of firms, and financial reporting quality. His research has been published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics.