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Lead the way to Trulaske

Learn how the Trulaske College of Business is Leading the Way in Business Education.

Our Stripes Never Fade

Think of your degree as the foundation for the rest of your career. Today’s employers expect more from entry-level to executive positions, and a professional education will help you exceed those demands. At Mizzou’s Trulaske College of Business, you’ll learn everything you need to know to get a head start in today’s competitive business market.
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Go global with Trulaske

Global Opportunities

The global opportunities at Trulaske mean students can take what they learn in the classroom to countries across the world.

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Welcome to Trulaske co-founder visits Trulaske

The Trulaske College of Business co-hosted Gary White, co-founder of, a nonprofit developmental aid organization aimed at providing aid to regions of developing countries that do not have access to potable water and sanitation, on Friday, September 20, 2019.

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Ranked business school in the U.S.

Happening At Trulaske

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December 1

Incoming Freshmen Scholarship Deadline

Attention high school seniors! The deadline for general Mizzou and Trulaske College of Business scholarships for incoming freshmen is coming up. Click below for more info.

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October 24-25

Prepare for a Case Competition

Compete in this two-day competition, which includes a marketing case presentation (MCP), a sales role play (SRP) and awards for the best teams.

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October 25

Orin Ethics Symposium

Gerald Carlson, managing partner for KPMG in Washington, D.C. will deliver this year's Orin Ethics Symposium lecture.

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