Why Choose Honors?

 Women in Business table at Meet the B-Orgs
Three students working in class
 Pile of Post-It Notes on shelf
 Farmer School building in winter
 Victoria Masny talks to students during the first day of classes

Smaller classes

As a Business Honors student, you will enjoy lively interaction in small classes. The average size of honors classes is 35 students.

Sense of community

Your Honors cohort stays together all four years, helping you forge strong friendships, work effectively in teams, and develop a cohesive, shared academic experience.

Rigorous, challenging, and demanding curriculum

Your Honors classes will be taught by some of the school's finest faculty members.

Innovative, specialized courses

The school often chooses to pilot new approaches or new courses with its Honors students.

Accelerated, integrative core courses

You'll find that the Honors instructional approach helps you make interdisciplinary connections and think flexibly.

Additional exposure...

...to outside speakers, who welcome the opportunity to speak to speak informally in an Honors setting.

Opportunity for thesis or research project...

...on a current area of business.

Special recognition...

...at the Farmer School's divisional commencement.

From a Student's Perspective

Matthew Dobson

Matthew Dobson

"Being a member of the Business Honors cohort has given me the opportunity to learn about business in a new way. Rather than learning through textbooks..." more

Nicole Mitchell

Nicole Mitchell

"I believe the Business Honors program has provided me with a unique and fulfilling educational experience. Two things come to mind..." more

Preston Parry

Preston Parry

"The business honors program is the reason why I chose Miami over Stanford and Wash U. You’re given full access..." more