University of Connecticut School of Business

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Definition of 'University of Connecticut School of Business'


The school of business at the University of Connecticut. The University of Connecticut School of Business's enrollment is approximately 2,000 undergraduate and 1,500 graduate-level students. It offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in a variety of business disciplines, including accounting, finance, real estate, risk management and insurance, information sciences, marketing, operations and organizational studies.

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Investopedia explains 'University of Connecticut School of Business'


Located in Storrs, Connecticut, the University of Connecticut School of Business was established in 1941. It is a top-50 business school, and among its alumni is Robert E. Diamond, the CEO of Barclays Capital and one of the worlds highest paid bankers.
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