The college is recognized for excellence in business education. Be a part of a college that stands out from the rest, and impress employers with a degree from the College of Business and Economics at the University of Idaho.
Award-Winning Integrated Approach
Our nationally recognized faculty members are pioneers in integrated business education. Our distinctive, highly acclaimed Integrated Business Curriculum, is one of only a few of its kind in the nation. The program teaches business the way it's done in the real world. It's one of the key reasons our graduates are consistently better prepared and more qualified than their competition. Learn more about the Integrated Business Curriculum.
Innovative Hands-On Learning
You’ll exercise concepts in real business settings and gain excellent firsthand experiences you won’t get anywhere else. Our signature, resume-building programs include student businesses, an entrepreneurship program, internships, student-managed investments, executive connections and international learning. Learn more about our outreach and engagement programs.
Outcomes That Matter
We are focused on one thing: Your readiness for the real world. As proven by our track record, our graduates are ready. Nearly 100 percent of our students are hired before or soon after graduation. They go on to successful careers throughout the world, and many hold executive positions in top companies. Learn more about career opportunities for our students.
With a student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1, you’ll know your professors, and your professors will know you. Students collaborate closely with classmates and develop friendships that evolve into valuable professional networks.
The modern J. A. Albertson Building, home to the College of Business and Economics, was built with the up-and-coming business professional in mind. Here, you'll learn in technologically-advanced classrooms featuring smart boards and wireless connectivity. Between classes, study or chat with friends and faculty at one of the building's comfortable gathering areas. The building also features conveniences such as a full-service deli and a campus bookstore, both operated by business students.