The Eller College Of Management At University of Arizona

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DEFINITION of 'The Eller College Of Management At University of Arizona'

The business school at the University of Arizona. The Eller College of Management offers programs in many disciplines, including finance, marketing, accounting and economics. The college also features an entrepreneurship program that has been ranked as one of the best in the world.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'The Eller College Of Management At University of Arizona'

The Eller College of Management was originally establised in 1913 and has since undergone several transformations. As of 2009, Eller had more than 6,000 students, 130 faculty and more than 55,000 alumni around the world. The college is tightly knit with the technology sector and many tech companies recruit this college heavily.

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