Farmer School of Business

Farmer School of Business

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97.5% of 2016 FSB graduates were employed or furthering their education by Fall 2016. Based on research, surveys, and national data of 91.7% of 2016 graduates.

97.5% of 2016 FSB graduates were employed or furthering their education by Fall 2016. Based on research, surveys, and national data of 91.7% of 2016 graduates.

According to Money Magazine, in 2016 Miami was ranked as a top college for producing fortune 500 CEO's nationwide

Nina Leigh Krueger '83

President at Nestle Purina PetCare

Successful Graduates of the Farmer School of Business

Successful Graduates of the Farmer School of Business

  • SCOTT D. FARMER
    Chairman and CEO, Cintas Corportation
  • LYNN J. GOOD
    Chairman, President. & CEO, Duke Energy
  • CHRIS GORMAN
    Chairman and CEO, Keybank
  • BILL ISAAC
    Former Chairman, FDIC
  • NINA LEIGH KRUEGER
    President, Nestle Purina, U.S.
  • JAMIE MILLER
    SR. V.P. of GE & CEO of GE Transportation, General Electric
  • PATRICIA B. MORRISON
    Executive V.P., Customer Shared Services and CIO, Cardinal Health, Inc.
  • BRIAN NICCOL
    CEO, Taco Bell Corp. 
  • DINESH C. PALIWAL
    President and CEO, Harman International
  • JAMES T. RYAN
    Chairman, W.W. Grainger, Inc.
  • BRITT TRUKENBROD
    Managing Director and Partner, William Blair Company

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Economics and Accountancy students can graduate with a masters degree.

Bryan poses for a photo

Bryan Roberson ‘17

B.S. Accountancy; M.Acc.

Because of Miami’s combined degree programs, Bryan earned both a Bachelor of Science in Business and a Master of Accountancy in four years. Miami professors steered him toward a minor in Information Systems, helping him land a job in risk advisory for EY.

“My professors showed me how an accounting major can succeed on a marketing campaign or in an African art class. They helped me develop the skills that will lead me to the most success.”

Students in the AIMS capstone work through a problem in class.

Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Miami's Institute for Entrepreneurship 8th among public institutions. Top 25 for ten years in a row.

Entrepreneurship program 8th nationally among public institutions

Accounting students in a lecture hall engaging in conversation with professor.

More than
90%
of graduates have had an internship.

Over half of those students had more than one.

Students in Highwire Brand Studio work with each other in a small group.

More than 1800 organizations recruit Miami students each year.

SAM

Majors: Finance, Entrepreneurship

Sara works with school children in a classroom

Sara Al-Zubi ‘17

Major: Human Capital Management and Leadership
Co-Major: Pre-Medical Studies

Sara Al-Zubi came to Miami with all the ingredients for success: drive, ambition, and a passion for humanitarianism. After an internship with the American Red Cross, Sara founded Peace of Mail, a student organization dedicated to sending letters of encouragement to Syrian refugee children.

Dr. Charles Moul

Associate Professor, Economics

Dr. Moul is passionate about motivating students. He recognizes the intimidation factor associated with his field—economics—and seeks to make it more accessible for students. He’s known around campus for wearing a tuxedo on the day of an important lesson—that’s how much he wants students to remember economic theories about competition and welfare.

Highwire Brand Studio

Not your average classroom experience.

Marketing and graphic design students work together with companies like Hasbro, Pepsi, Procter&Gamble and Nestle on advertising and branding projects.