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Marriott School of Business

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Our Mission

Through student-centered programs and departments, the Marriott School of Business fulfills its mission to “develop leaders of faith, intellect, and character”. Over 2,000 undergraduate students are enrolled across nine different majors in areas such as accounting, human resources, and marketing.

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Leaders of Tomorrow

Combining life experiences with exceptional experiential programs, BYU Marriott students are on the path to become the leaders of tomorrow. With high-ranking graduate and undergraduate programs and a faculty composed of many recognized experts, the school offers an educational environment rooted in quality and excellence.

The Marriott School prioritizes its core values: Faith in Christ, Integrity in Action, Respect for All, and Excellence. These values complement its vision to “transform the world through Christlike leadership,” preparing students to be individuals of character in their professional lives.

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Marriott School of Business Stories

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BYU’s Next Unicorn? Student Startup Scores $905K

One of BYU’s student startups earned $905k in prize money at a major collegiate business plan competition.  

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Innovators Thrive on Honesty

Jeff Dyer and Taeya Howell, BYU Marriott School of Business professors, were part of an international team that researched the negative impact on innovation when organizations prioritize psychological safety over intellectual honesty.

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A Prompting to Return

Millie Rapp never imagined she’d be a single mother. After graduation, she and her husband moved to the other side of the country and had two boys—and then their marriage unraveled.  

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Discovering the Culture of Christ

Culture is like a forest, where individuals are likened to the uniqueness of an individual tree,” says business professor Simon Greathead, who has invited his students to discover “culture of Christ” characteristics in general conference addresses.

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“It Made All the Difference”

Logan Sackley thought he’d major in finance or strategy at the BYU Marriott School of Business, but after taking his introductory information systems class, he discovered a new passion.

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Creating Social Value

Alyssa Clark represented BYU at an intercollegiate competition that involved simulating policy in a European country during a refugee crisis—and her team won!