Minors, Dual Degrees, & Special Programs

Undergraduate Students

Explore the many ways to enhance your undergraduate experience:

  • Minors for BBA Students: Information on the option for students in the BBA program to pursue approved academic minors.
  • Supplemental Studies: Learn about special programs through the School of Public Health, the Graham Sustainability Institute, and the Ford School of Public Policy.
  • Business Minor for non-Ross Students: Information on the Minor in Business available for UM-Ann Arbor students enrolled in schools that have approved the minor for their students.
  • Dual Degrees for BBA Students:  BBA dual degree programs, planning tools, application documents, and advising for dual degree students
  • BBA Milestone Program: The Inclusive Leaders Pathway (ILP), previously known as Identity and Diversity in Organizations (IDO), is a degree requirement that is designed to introduce Ross students to the concepts of diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and belonging in the contexts of their business education and roles as future business leaders.
  • Study Abroad: Explore global opportunities through:
  • Institutes, Centers, Programs, and Partnerships:  Undergraduate students can participate in several opportunities through:
    • Business + Impact: Gain practical skills and insights to tackle complex social challenges and catalyze a career in social impact.
    • Center for Positive Organizations: Learn and engage with Positive Organizational Scholarship by participating in programs such as +LAB or Magnify Immersion Program.
    • Erb Institute: Enhance your understanding of business and sustainability through courses, workshops, and fieldwork.
    • Sanger Leadership Center: Explore opportunities such as Ross Leaders Academy, Legacy Lab, Story Lab, Michigan Model of Leadership, LDRx, and Crisis Challenge.
    • Zell Lurie Institute: Advance your entrepreneurial skills through courses, workshops, internships, and the ZLI Challenge.
  • Carson Scholars: Deepen your understanding of business and the public policy process through BL 488’s experience in Washington, D.C.
  • Cappo Sales Track: Ross offers a dedicated set of courses that create greater awareness of sales, giving students an avenue to explore the field, and create opportunities for starting a sales career.
  • Och Initiative for Women in Finance: The Och Initiative for Women in Finance was created to increase awareness among undergraduate students about careers in finance and improve access to those career paths.  The initiative offers co-curricular talent development activities through which students gain knowledge of the industry, practical skills for their job search, and social capital to expand their networks.
  • Ross Experiences in Action-Based Learning (REAL): Explore Opportunities to start, advise, invest, or lead a business.
  • Pre-Health Information and Resources

Graduate Students