Dating back to 1906, the Carl H. Lindner College of Business is a college of the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Lindner offers undergraduate majors in: accounting; business analytics; business economics; economics; entrepreneurship; finance; industrial management; information systems; insurance and risk management; international business; marketing; operations and real estate.
Graduate offerings include the Lindner MBA and master's in accounting, applied economics, business Analytics, finance, human resources, information systems, marketing and taxation.
PhD options are wide with choices of: accounting; economics; finance; management; marketing; operations, business analytics and information systems.
Lindner encourages study abroad at institutions across the globe, with scholarships available, and has a Buddy Program for international students at Lindner.
Research Centers at Lindner include: business analytics, entrepreneurship and commercialisation; Goering Centre supporting family and private businesses; insurance and risk Management; professional selling and real estate.
Among its various programmes to support student development are the Diversity Programmes. Business Fellows is a community for African American, Hispanic, Latino, and Native American students: iCats fosters cultural understanding between international and domestic students to ensure they are better prepared to enter the global workforce: Lindner Women in Business seeks to highlight the various careers, disciplines and industries open to emerging businesswomen; Out in Business promotes an inclusive and empowering environment for LGBTQ students, faculty, staff, and community allies. Finally, the Shadow program for high school juniors and seniors allows African American, Hispanic, and Native American students to experience a day in the life of a Lindner business student.
There are a number of honours programmes at Lindner. The Circle of Excellence (CoE) develops leaders for the for-profit and non-profit sectors; the Marvin P. Kolodzik Business Scholars programme provides its students with multidisciplinary academics to prepare them for successful career; the Carl H. Lindner Honors-PLUS fuses academic preparation, leadership training and real-world work experiences to drive career progression.
As well as its honours programmes, Lindner also has a number of vocational student clubs. For example, the Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, Bearcat Advertising and Networking Group (BANG), Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honorary, the Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity, Finance Club, International Business Club (IBC), Masters of Business Administration Association (MBAA), National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) and the National Association of Women MBA (NAWMBA).