The College of Business prepares students to become competitive, ethical and innovative business professionals in order to drive economic development and improve quality of life.

About the College

Building a network of students, businesses and entrepreneurs

The College of Business works throughout the state of Nevada to connect our students with businesses, provide entrepreneurs resources and opportunities to succeed and contribute impactful faculty research that is helping to move the Nevada economy forward.   

The Jim & Jeremy Show A podcast highlighting the resources, challenges and opportunities for students of the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno.
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Help your business grow. Nevada SBDC guides and assists Nevadans looking to start and grow businesses, with objectives to increase business starts, create and retain jobs and increase access to capital.
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Connect your business to driven students. Career and Corporate Outreach provides a myriad of opportunities to introduce students to your business through career fairs, internships, site visits and corporate sponsorship.
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The Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship An idea space that facilitates entrepreneurship moving ideas into action bridging the gap between entrepreneurship at the University and the community.
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News from the College of Business

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College of Business hosts Distinguished International Lecture Series

Mary C. Daly, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, discussed the state of the U.S. economy one year into the pandemic

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University’s College of Business launches new Sports Management Program

From an undergraduate Sports Management minor to an Executive Certificate in Sports Management, the new program is set to ‘develop leaders and instill best practices in the sports industry’

This series was designed to explore how to support businesses already at a disadvantage and leverage the playing field.

In the Black Speaker Series leaves long-lasting impact on attendees

The College of Business educational series explored racial and social inequalities in business

Student resources

From academic advising and tutoring, to professional development and career connections, discover all the resources available to you in the College of Business.

Student Resources

Our lasting impact

AACSB Accredited LogoAACSB accredits the best business schools in the world.

The College of Business is honored to be counted among the 800 AACSB-accredited business schools worldwide and the 189 institutions holding an additional, specialized AACSB Accreditation for Accounting.

Learn more about AACSB accreditation