Think of your degree as the foundation for 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.
After taking business courses in areas such as accounting, economics, management, marketing, and finance and banking, you will then choose an emphasis area once you apply to the Upper Level.
- Economics (Spring 2022 is the last semester of admission to the Economics emphasis. If you are a student starting at Mizzou after Spring 2022, and want to add a second degree in Economics, consider the Applied Track offered by the College of Arts and Sciences.)
- Finance and Banking
- International Business (dual-degree)
Participation in the program is a graduation requirement. Coupled with a rigorous business curriculum, Trulaske Edge aids in producing Trulaske College of Business graduates who excel in competitive business environments.
Minors and Certificates
The Trulaske College of Business offers a number of minors and certificate programs that students can choose from. These additions help students to create a degree program that best suits their future.
When you are admitted to Mizzou, you can be admitted as an undeclared business or undeclared accountancy student and join the Trulaske College of Business your freshman year. You’ll spend your first two years in the Lower Level exploring your interests, discovering your strengths and determining what path you want to take in business. Then you’ll apply to a specific degree program and enter the Upper Level.
Applying to and paying for college can feel overwhelming. The Trulaske College of Business offers a variety of different scholarships to ease your transition into college.