Majors and Programs
MBA—Named as the top regional program by the Wall Street Journal,
BYU’s MBA degree fosters an atmosphere of advanced learning. The collaborative nature and unique academic environment attract some of
the brightest students and faculty from across the nation and around the world. For more information, visit:
http://marriottschool.byu.edu/mba. Business Career Center contacts: Dick Smith, 801-422-1928,
Rick Patterson, 801-422-6007, and Shawna Gygi, 801-422-6833.
MPA—The master’s of public administration program sends graduates
to work in the public, nonprofit, or private sector. The program’s integrated curriculum prepares students to meet the demands of public
service with a strong understanding of management. For more information, visit:
http://marriottschool.byu.edu/mpa. Business Career Center contact: Tanya Harmon, 801-422-1827.
MISM—This degree is the perfect blend of business and technology.
BYU’s Marriott School, often recognized for its top management education, also offers one of the best information systems programs in
the nation—recently ranked among the nation’s top ten programs by TechRepublic. For more information, visit:
http://marriottschool.byu.edu/mism. Business Career Center contact: Reid Grawe,
MAcc—It’s easy to talk about numbers when it comes to BYU’s
master of accountancy program. Nearly 100 percent of its students are placed almost every year, and it is consistently recognized as one of the
top three accounting programs in the nation. For more information, visit:
http://marriottschool.byu.edu/macc. Business Career Center contact: Bill Brady, 801-422-1790.
Management—The undergraduate management degree offers six different emphases
to help students find the path that best fits them. For more information, visit: http://marriottschool.byu.edu/bsmgt. Business Career Center contacts:
General Business and Global Supply Chain: Eric Doman, 801-422-7914
OB/HR, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship: Bill Keenan, 801-422-2412
Marketing and general questions: Mike Roberts, 801-422-4164
Accounting—The undergraduate accounting program produces strong graduates
who know how to work well in teams. In the past seven years, the BYU teams have taken first or second place at Deloitte’s national tax
competitions. For more information, visit: http://marriottschool.byu.edu/bsacc. Business Career
Center contact: Bill Brady, 801-422-1790.
Information Systems—Students in this degree undergo a year of intense
technical instruction covering system analysis and design; database management; business programming; and business controls. They further develop
their skills by taking courses in marketing, supply chain management, ethics, organizational behavior, economics, and strategy. For more information,
visit: http://marriottschool.byu.edu/bsis. Business Career Center contact: Reid Grawe, 801-422-1823.
Finance—This program has a rigorous and quantitative curriculum designed to
prepare students for careers in corporate finance, financial institutions, and investments. The finance junior core consists of two semesters with
three core classes in the fall semester (FIN 401, FIN 410 and FIN 453) and two core classes in the winter semester (Acc 440 and FIN 411). Students
go through the program in cohorts according to their year in the major and work on team projects within the core. For more information, visit:
http://marriottschool.byu.edu/bsfinance. Business Career Center contact Kim Smith, 801-422-8065 and Tina Ashby,
Recreation Management—Experience Industry Management: The Experience Industry
Management program serves students by providing a spiritually enriching, stimulating, and rigorous educational environment preparing them for leadership
and service in the fields of outdoor recreation, community recreation, commercial recreation, and youth leadership. The experience industry management
program's course work focuses on developing analytical, problem solving, and writing skills graduates utilize when directing recreation programs and
managing recreation facilities. Graduates of the program are active and engaged lifelong learners with the ability to think critically and creatively
and to contribute to the recreation profession and to society. For more information, visit:
http://marriottschool.byu.edu/bsrecm. Business Career Center contact: Virginia Rosenthal, 801-422-2709.