Iowa State University, College of Business

Robert H. Cox Dean’s Suite, 2200 Gerdin Business Building, Iowa, United States

About Iowa State University, College of Business

Iowa State University’s College of Business was established in 1984, although the university had offered business courses since the 1920s, under the department of economics. The college was renamed to the College of Business in 1991 and then, in 2017, it was renamed the Debbie and Jerry Ivy College of Business.

The college offers undergraduate majors in: accounting; actuarial science; business economics; entrepreneurship; finance; international business (secondary major); management; management information systems; marketing; supply chain management;
and undergraduate minors in entrepreneurial studies; international business; departmental minors and general business.

Graduate courses include: Full-Time MBA; Concurrent MBA; Professional MBA in Des Moines; Executive MBA and Masters in Accounting; Business Analytics; Finance; Real Estate Development and in Information Systems.

Certificates are available in business analytics; enterprise cybersecurity management; entrepreneurship and innovation and supply chain management.

PhD choices include entrepreneurship; information systems; management; marketing and supply chain management.

The Ivy College of Business at Iowa State University has two research labs the Neuro Research in Business Lab and the Behavioral Lab. There is also the CyBIZ Lab which provides the opportunity for cross-functional teams of undergraduate and graduate students to work on business and organisational projects, solving real business problems.

Accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business – the College has also been ranked highly in a number of publications.