School of Business

Committed to Excellence

The School of Business is committed to excellence. Our programs offer unique hands-on experience, giving students the opportunity to solve real-world problems in Spokane and the surrounding area.

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Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, our programs prepare students to be successful professionals, whether it be in accounting, finance or other business fields.

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Strategic Plan

All programs in the EWU School of Business are recognized for their excellence and are the first choice by prospective students in the region.

EWU School of Business provides accessible, exceptional, experiential, and innovative education that develops regionally- and globally-conscious leaders.

The faculty, staff, and administrators of the School of Business strive to be guided by the following cultural values in their communications, interactions, and collaboration with internal and external constituencies.

  • Accountability: We seek to create a culture of accountability wherein we take responsibility for the consequences of our decisions and behavior with commitment to our ethical, legal, and moral obligations.
  • Inclusiveness: We are committed to a culture that fosters inclusiveness through qualities of teamwork, collaboration, and collective investment in the larger good of those we serve.
  • Respect: We seek to build a culture of mutual respect characterized by regards for personal dignity, positions, knowledge, beliefs, and philosophies of our students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
  • Transparency: We strive to achieve transparency in our decision-making, record-keeping, and reporting with commitment to the highest standards of individual and institutional integrity.
  •  Trust: We strive to create an environment in which trust and personal integrity underpins all our individual and professional interactions.
  1. Restructure the school to achieve efficiency and focused allocation of resources in support of AACSB-accredited programs.
  2. Support and promote the engaging and newly established curricular and co-curricular programming.
  3. Continue the school’s commitment to accessible quality programming.
  4. Continue the school’s commitment to facilitate quality scholarship by faculty.
  5. Support meaningful engagement with the business community and external stakeholders.
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Undergraduate business students

830

BAB/BS degrees awarded in 2019-20

463

Students in the MBA program

418

MBA degrees awarded in 2019-20

48

Full-time faculty members

32