The stunning architecture, collaborative spaces, integrated technology, and environmentally conscious features of the Michigan Ross campus will inspire you to excel.
Using wireless technology, the center is composed of a mock trading floor, e-lab, and electronic modular classroom, offering you an experiential learning facility that incorporates the latest financial information technology for integrative coursework in finance, accounting strategy, and computing.
Research takes action at the Michigan Ross Behavioral Lab, where students, staff, and faculty conduct a wide range of experiments. The facility accommodates a variety of innovative human behavior experiments in areas such as marketing and decision science, strategy, teamwork, and leadership.
Conveniently located at Ross on U-M’s central campus, this upscale hotel is exclusively available to alumni, faculty, staff, guest speakers, recruiters, and visiting parents of current students, offering a variety of first-class amenities.
Serving the business research needs of students, faculty, and staff at Ross, the University of Michigan, and the surrounding community, the Kresge Library offers a comprehensive electronic business collection with more than 100 databases. Students also have access to the complete resources of the University of Michigan library, and each student receives a personal subscription to The Wall Street Journal.
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The Master of Accounting Program culminates with the Ernst & Young Accounting and Public Policy Symposium, an action-based graduate research seminar that explores the fusion of public policy and business.
Michigan Ross has a worldwide reach, with many opportunities for you to study abroad and alumni in more than 80 different countries. Through our Global Initiatives office, you can study abroad for a short time or a semester, with special programs in many different countries geared to both graduate students and undergrads.