The Center for KICKGLASS Change is based in the Farmer School of Business to provide cultural leadership and social change skills to all Miami University students, faculty, and staff.
Centers, Programs, and Initiatives
Our centers provide unique opportunities to think critically about the problems leaders face, apply what you are learning in the classroom, and connect with employers.
A new center at the Farmer School focused on real estate and the finance and investment opportunities involved in it.
L.I.F.E. (Leading the Integration of Faith and Entrepreneurship) was established at Miami University in 2018, led by the John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship’s Center for Social Entrepreneurship. The goal is to provide practically relevant, academically rigorous knowledge at the intersection of faith and entrepreneurship.
Supply chain and operations management involves managing people, products, services and processes involved from the point of supply through the point of consumption.
The Howe Center for Business Writing (HCBW) is a collaborative learning space that provides writers the opportunities to explore, revise, develop, and reflect on their writing and themselves as writers.
The William Isaac and Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership engages and challenges tomorrow’s adaptive leaders through innovative core programming to develop graduates equipped to lead tomorrow’s best organizations.
Our Programs and Initiatives
In addition to our core academic offerings, the Farmer School of Business boasts a variety of extra programs students can benefit from.
The Farmer School of Business Innovation Factory is a hub for Celebrating, Accelerating, and Incubating innovation. Learn more, get involved, or support some of our most exciting programs, initiatives, and innovations.
The Farmer School of Business is committed to ensuring its graduates are “BEYOND READY” for their lives and careers
Discover how the Business Honors program can enhance your college experience with a four-year cohort, small class sizes, curricular and co-curricular experiences, and more.
The Farmer School of Business is excited to partner with EY to develop and implement a strategic vision that will underpin the business cybersecurity programs.
Miami’s Professional Institute for Management Education (PRIME) is a four-week summer program designed to introduce non-business majors to fundamental concepts in business.
The RedHawk50 program recognizes the 50 fastest-growing Miami RedHawk-owned or Miami RedHawk-led businesses in the world annually and provides a forum to recognize, celebrate, and honor the Miamians who have led them.
In this course, students are responsible for managing a significant amount of actual funds from the Miami University Endowment.
Business is hands-on. We believe that learning should be, too. That's why every Farmer School student works on a project with a real business client their first year here, and has multiple opportunities to practice what we teach throughout their Miami years. Students participate in competitions, work on client projects, study away and abroad, complete internships and more. By graduation, they have years of experience - working with clients, presenting to executives, preparing analyses, leading groups.. all of which translates into Farmer School students graduating beyond ready to launch successful careers.Read More (PDF)