Good business skills are essential to any organization. At Ashland’s College of Business and Economics, you gain both practical skills and theory taught in classrooms where you’ll receive lots of one-on-one attention. The College also is proud to include the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurial Studies devoted to the encouragement of the entrepreneurial spirit and to fanning the fires of innovation that bring new business ideas to our community and world. The College also offers the Master of Business Administration degree for those who wish to pursue additional studies.
A letter from Dr. Jeff Russell, Dean
Empowering you for a lifetime of exceptional achievement is our goal. From a business perspective, the world’s rapid changes simply create more and more opportunities for people with the right skills, the right connections, and a passion for their career. As a member of The College of Business and Economics student-faculty community, you will find your passion, acquire the skills, and make the connections needed to succeed at an exceptional level for the rest of your life.
Our students are prepared for life after college because they…
Work closely with faculty that have real-world experience.
Learn about different careers from industry speakers.
Intern with at least one company to learn the realities of a profession and establish connections that often lead to job offers upon graduation.
Solve problems for local businesses as part of class projects.
Complete a broad set of core business classes that allows students to try different fields without “wasting” credits.
Often double major with non-business majors across Ashland University’s other colleges.
Have many opportunities to practice business social skills with industry-specific receptions such as meet the accountant night.
Have the opportunity to pursue international business experiences, often with scholarship financial support.
Practice using the same cutting-edge technology that they will find in the work-place.
Dr. Jeff Russell, Dean
Richard E and Sandra J. Dauch School of Business and Economics.