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About the Goddard School

If you like class interaction, professors who teach and interact, want a great career with some of the highest starting salaries, don't want more school debt than your starting salary, and are prepared to work hard and give it your all, we know you'll love it here!

WE'RE DIFFERENT.  DIFFERENT IS GOOD!

$43K-80K
AVERAGE  STARTING SALARY RANGE

90%
OF OUR STUDENTS WORK - 

WE UNDERSTAND YOUR CHALLENGES!

29:1
STUDENT TO TEACHER RATIO -
SMALL CLASSES MEAN BETTER ENGAGEMENT

FLEXIBLE
OUR CLASS TIMES WORK
WITH YOUR BUSY SCHEDULE

 

WE'RE ACCREDITED. THAT'S A BIG DEAL!

"AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education, and has been earned by less than 5 percent of the world's business schools."  ~ AACSB  

Does accreditation really matter? If you ask top employers, yes!  AACSB Accreditation is an internationally recognized and specialized designation for business and accounting programs. Established in 1916, it is the longest standing and most sought accreditation for higher education in business – a powerful differentiator across the world.  AACSB-accredited schools must meet established, challenging, and peer-reviewed standards of quality.  Institutions that hold AACSB Accreditation have proven their commitment to quality and continuous improvement.

 

YOUR CAREER IS OUR GOAL. 

Amazing careers often start before you've even graduated!  Here are some of our great internship and recruiting partners...

             

            

 

WE LOVE OUR DIVERSITY!

Our students come from all walks of life!  Some are Sterling Scholars, some were farmers, some are moms and dads and some are first generation students.  We love our diversity and think you will too.  Our diverse classes make for great interaction, conversation and learning opportunities.  Meet a few of our students, they're pretty amazing, just like you! 

Mitch, Marketing '17

MITCH

MARKETING, '17

"I was like, I have two kids, I work, I don't have time to go do club work.  But it was because he (Dr. Tony Allred) asked me and because I felt like, man I might learn something, I got involved and it was amazing.  I was the marketing club president for three years and it was just an awesome opportunity to get to know more students." (read Mitch's full story)

Noor, Human Resources '17

NOOR

HUMAN RESOURCES, '17

Noor grew up in Canada and transplanted in Utah when her father transferred jobs. "The best thing about the Goddard School is the class sizes. The teachers, the professors, they know your name personally.  It didn't feel like I was overwhelmed in this 700 person class where I was a number on a piece of paper." (read Noor's full story)

Tarl, IST&T '17TARL

IST, '17

"I was a senior master mechanic for 12 years and I really mastered that field so I just wanted another challenge, so I said let's go back to college and we'll do computers and see how far we can get there." Tarl was just accepted to Carnegie Mellon's #1 MISM program with a scholarship, and will be completing the accelerated program in 2019.  (read Tarl's full story)

Erin, Economics '17ERIN

QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS, '17

"I had a talent for math, I was interested in economics, so quantitative economics was a perfect fit." Erin got the dream job she was hoping for at Hill Airforce Base.  Straight out of college, she is working as an operations research analyst where she does cost analytics for any repairs, replacements or enhancements on the airplanes. (read Erin's full story)