What Is the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington?

The Foster School of Business is the business school at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Founded in 1917, the school boasts more than 57,000 alumni, and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The school offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. Enrollment each year is over 2,500 students in its undergraduate and graduate programs. More than 1,000 working professionals participate in its executive education seminars and lifelong learning programs.

Understanding the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington

Originally the University of Washington Business School, it was renamed the Foster School of Business in 2007. It has been ranked highly by various financial publications. The school sponsors several top-quality programs, such as the Consulting and Business Development Center, the Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Global Business Center.

The Foster School of Business at the University of Washington also offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, a Global Executive MBA program, an Evening MBA, an Executive MBA, a Hybrid MBA (online program), a Technology Management MBA, and a doctoral program.

The school also offers one-year master's programs in entrepreneurship, accounting, information systems, supply chain management, taxation, and business analytics.

The University of Washington Foster School of Business campus is made up of five buildings, four in Seattle, Washington, and one in Kirkland, Washington.