24th in the nation's public business programs; 47th overall in the U.S.

The BGSU College of Business, in Northwest Ohio's city of Bowling Green, is within driving distance of Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Detroit and Chicago.

The College is nationally ranked among the top business programs by Poets&Quants, U.S. News and World Report, the Princeton Review and Bloomberg Businessweek. Its Paul J. Hooker Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership is one of 20 centers worldwide recognized by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and its accounting program is ranked #1 in Ohio by Bloomberg Businessweek - among the top one percent of universities worldwide accredited in both business and accounting.

As a result, our students experience innovative business programs that enable them to graduate with real-world knowledge of the global marketplace through interactive learning programs and internships. This makes our graduates highly marketable to recruiters across the country! We also offer an online Bachelor of Business degree completion program, competitive tuition and scholarships designated for our business students

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  • Mar 12, 2018 9:00 AM Meet the 2018 Hatchlings
    Bowling Green State University student entrepreneurs will present their business ideas to alumni investors during The Hatch on April 19, vying for funds to launch their businesses in a format similar to the popular television show “Shark Tank.” The event will be streamed to Hatch watch parties across the country.

  • Mar 1, 2018 12:45 PM Management professor shares healthcare expertise on regional PBS program
    The national debate continues about what is the best way to reform the country’s healthcare system. Toledo’s Public Television Station, WGTE, recently broadcasted a program discussing healthcare reform and called upon one of BGSU’s management professors to provide his nationally-recognized expertise in healthcare services management.

  • Feb 19, 2018 2:41 PM Alumnus pays it forward with BGSU students
    Geoffrey Radbill ’68 found his experience at BGSU life changing and believes his time at the university helped set the stage for his future success. He retired in 2003 as senior vice president and chief operating officer of retail distribution at AXA-Equitable after 36 years with the company.

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