• Ready, set, business.

    You will be immersed in the business world from your first days on campus. Early career-building opportunities will help you decide what major is right for you.

  • Career ready

    Gain confidence and build your personal brand through the Zhang Career Center. The center helps you take your business skills to the next level and land externships, internships and full-time opportunities.

  • Learning spaces

    Our facilities dedicated to sales, personal financial planning, leadership and business strategy, and computer information systems allow you to learn in realistic business environments, complete with the latest technology.

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    Experiential learning

    WMU Haworth offers experiences that help you sharpen your skills and build your resume.

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    Business magazine

    Meeting disruption with innovation and resilience: The 2021 edition of Business magazine is now available.

Rethink Smart.

It’s more than book smarts. More important than IQ. It’s the pursuit of purpose, daring to think differently, and not being afraid to question answers. We call it Rethink Smart. Are you ready? At the Haworth College of Business, we are committed to helping you achieve your vision for the future. We offer experience-based learning that will prepare you for a successful, meaningful career. 

Once you're in, you're in!

We invest in student success from day one. You will begin core business courses immediately so that you can find the area in business where you will thrive personally and professionally. And unlike many business schools, there are no caps on majors. If you are successful in your core business courses, we are confident you will be successful in your major and career. In fact, 9 of 10 WMU Haworth graduates are employed or in grad school within three months of earning their degrees. Faculty support, academic advising and career advising will help you make smart choices for your future.

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    Call for nominations

    Are you a recent WMU Haworth alum who is providing thought leadership in the business world? Nominate yourself or a friend for the college's digital publication, The 30.

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    Virtual toasts and social media posts

    Advertising and promotion students tapped into the experience of a lifetime as digital marketing interns for Bottles Nation.

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    Understanding personal financial wellness

    Eldon McCabe, assistant program manager for the Sanford Center for Financial Planning and Wellness, is improving financial literacy on campus and beyond.

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