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Learning at the Speed of Business 

As the only business school in Chicago that is within a tech-focused university, Stuart School of Business has put its distinctive mark on business education.

You’ll find challenging business and management programs taught from an applied perspective and attuned to leading-edge industry practices. Courses emphasize hands-on problem-solving and mastery of the quantitative, analytical, and technological skills that employers seek.

Explore our bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs, plus certificate programs for busy professionals.

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Your Career Is Your Passion—and Ours

Stuart School of Business offers a dedicated Career Management Center (CMC) exclusively for business students, hosting career information sessions, recruiting events, resume reviews, and mock interviews, as well as offering individual career counseling.

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Linxin Wen

Delivering on a Tasty Idea

Linxin Wen (M.P.A. ’15) started his food-delivery business as a one-man operation when he was a graduate student at Stuart. Now Chowbus operates in more than two dozen cities in the U.S., Canada, and Australia, and in 2020 raised a total of $63 million from investors.

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Liad Wagman

A Vibrant Research Community

Professor of Economics Liad Wagman (in photo) and Amazon Economist Jian Jia (Ph.D. Management Science ’20) collaborated on groundbreaking research into the economic effects of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations when Jia was a student. Learn more about the research community at Stuart School of Business and how faculty mentorship prepares students for careers.

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Stuart Stands Out


Stuart is AACSB Accredited. Only 5% of Business Schools Globally Are.

—Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International

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Only Business School in a Tech-Focused University in Chicago