The Farmer School of Business ("FSB") is the business school at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, with approximately 2,200 full-time students are enrolled as of 2011.
For the past several years the Farmer School's undergraduate business program has been rated near the top of all such programs offered by public universities. In the 2013 Businessweek survey the school ranked 22nd nationally and 7th among public institutions.
Miami University's business school is a member of the AACSB.
Farmer School at a Glance
- Around 900 students graduate from the Farmer School each year
- By offering eight majors and a variety of minors and thematic sequences the students explore a variety of disciplines throughout their undergraduate experience
- The entrepreneurship program ranks among the nation's top 20
- The undergraduate and graduate accountancy programs rank among the nation's top 25
- More than 60 percent of the undergraduates student body study abroad
- Many courses in the Farmer School offer hands-on experience with real clients
- The Farmer School is home to 20+ business organizations that offer significant leadership development
- Miami's championship Mock Trial program is housed in the Farmer School
- The 65 Million dollar Farmer School Building, established in 2009, is LEED certified at the Silver level
- Official website, including its MBA program
- A Message from the Dean
- Miami University Homepage