The Eccles School. Doers Wanted.

The Eccles School is synonymous with ‘doing.’ The Eccles experience provides a world-class business education with a unique, entrepreneurial focus on real-world scenarios where students put what they learn into practice long before graduation.

Founded in 1917 on a rich tradition of business success and leadership, the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah offers an experiential learning environment for students. We’re home to several institutes and centers that deliver academic research and support an ecosystem of entrepreneurship, technology and innovation. The University of Utah in Salt Lake City is nestled in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, just 30 minutes from seven ski resorts and less than five hours from five national parks. Salt Lake City is an urban hub of diverse nightlife, dining, art and music, and boasts a top-ranked business environment for U.S. job growth and economic prowess.
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  • Nine comprehensive undergraduate programs allow you to find the perfect place to grow your talents and interests
  • Four MBA programs tailored to whatever stage you are at in your career
  • 10 specialized master’s programs that prepare students for high-paying jobs in emerging fields
  • Dedicated career coaches and trusted relationships with employers to help you launch your career upon graduation
  • Travel opportunities across the globe through Eccles Global allow you to see new places while understanding how the world does business
  • Institutes, centers and initiatives that give students the opportunity to make their impact on the world in fields like strategic leadership, impact investing, ethics, entrepreneurship, and public policy
  • Launch your own company or build your prototype at Lassonde Studios
  • More than 25 student organizations allow students to meet new friends, challenge their preconceived notions and find a place to belong
  • Specialized scholar tracks and scholarships for first generation, diverse and high-achieving students
  • A focus on diversity and commitment to the belief that we all have something to teach one another