I have never been more convinced of the need for business education. The world requires resilient, innovative, adaptive and principled business leadership more than ever. While any school can equip you to learn, at Simon Business School, we prepare you to lead.
Our heavy quantitative focus will give you the analytical skill set top companies require. Our research and teaching are strongly focused on analytics and economics and how data can be used to drive critical business decisions so that you can enter the business world prepared to impact real change.
Time and again, we hear students tell us that our mix of analytically rigorous academics, hands-on experience, and close-knit community is why they chose Simon. It’s why I chose Simon.
Already a highly respected institution, Simon continues to reach higher, showing the world that no matter how much you’ve achieved, there is always room to become Ever Better. In 2018 we became the first business school to secure STEM designation for each of its MBA specializations, and we were recently named by Poets&Quants to their list of 10 Business Schools to Watch in 2019. And there is much more ahead.
We have the most diverse student body among the top-50 business schools in the US—however diversity at Simon is about more than our class profile. It’s personal to us and we are committed to battling systemic racism through education and empowerment. We were one of the first schools to join The Consortium organization more than 40 years ago to address significant underrepresentation of Black, Native, and Latin Americans in higher education. We’re also a great place for women: in 2018, Financial Times named us the #13 Top MBA for Women and #1 for Women in the US in Pay Gap Percentage. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion extends to current and former members of the US military, as well as strong partnerships with organizations that help underrepresented students, including Reaching Out MBA, and Prospanica.
Today’s business world demands a different kind of business school preparation. Get your degree from a school that provides it. Welcome to Simon.
Dean, Simon Business School