Goddard School of Business & Economics

 

The John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics prepares you to succeed in the rapidly advancing world of business. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Each program provides a strong foundation for your business career.

Our classes are small. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find smaller classes or a better student/faculty ratio anywhere in the nation. Our faculty members love to teach and to work closely with our students. As a result, corporations have a high opinion of Goddard School students and the education they receive here.

News Flash:  Utah H.B. 142 and An Analysis of a Transfer of Federal Lands to the State of Utah

H.B. 142 was enacted in 2013 to require a study and economic analysis of the proposed land transfer of 31.2 million acres currently managed by the federal government to the state of Utah. A collaborative study between three state universities: the University of Utah, Bureau of Economic and Business Research; Utah State University; and Weber State University provides information about the current uses of land, the economic effects and noneconomic benefits of those uses, and the ramifications and impacts to the state assuming the lands are transferred. It also describes the programs and budgets of, and revenues generated by, the federal agencies that now manage the lands. Click here to learn more.

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Ralph Nye Lecture Series

The Ralph Nye Lecture Series exposes students, faculty, staff and the general public to the experiences of outstanding business & government leaders. 

Come hear from executives that have risen to the top of the corporate world, entrepreneurs who have nurtured an idea into a viable business, and thought leaders offering special insight into the economy and business culture.

During fall and spring semesters, the Ralph Nye Lecture Series takes place every Thursday at Noon in the Smith Lecture Hall, room 206 in the E. O. Wattis Business building. Click here for a map of campus.