Eli Broad College Of Business - Michigan State University

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DEFINITION

The business college of Michigan State University. The Eli Broad College of Business offers programs in accounting, business, finance, management and many other fields. Its MBA program is offered in both a weekend and a full-time format. It also houses the Institute for Entrepreneurship and the Center for Global Sustainability. The school has been consistently ranked among the top business schools in the U.S.



INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

Established in 1956, the Eli Broad school is located in East Lansing, Michigan and was named after Eli Broad, after he made a large endowment to the school. The school offers programs at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels and has about 5,000 graduate and undergraduate students. It also offers a separate school within the school for hospitality business.




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