Olin Business School
1 Brookings Drive
Missouri 63130 Saint Louis
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis offers one of the top BSBA and MBA programs in the nation and is an institution of leaders: distinguished research faculty…exhilarated, brilliant students…and successful, energized alumni. Our degree and nondegree programs emphasize rigorously analytical, critical-thinking skills; applied learning; global competence; and communication and …
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis offers one of the top BSBA and MBA programs in the nation and is an institution of leaders: distinguished research faculty…exhilarated, brilliant students…and successful, energized alumni. Our degree and nondegree programs emphasize rigorously analytical, critical-thinking skills; applied learning; global competence; and communication and collaboration skills – advancing today's business world and tomorrow's global leaders.
Olin Business School's small size allows for a deeper level of interaction, participation and program customization, which, in turn, fosters key relationships that provide endless opportunities for continuous achievement. With alliances in England, China, Brazil, Spain and India, Washington University’s Olin Business School is advancing today's business world and tomorrow's global leaders.
Washington University encourages and gives full consideration to all applicants for admission, financial aid, and employment. The University does not discriminate in access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or disability.
OLIN'S mission is to Create knowledge, Inspire individuals and Transform business.
OLIN'S CORE VALUES
- Free, open and disciplined intellectual inquiry – We are rigorous, boundless and unrestricted in our passion for creating new knowledge.
- The transformative power of learning – We are all lifelong learners who want to grow and develop continually. Everyone is a teacher and a learner.
- Community and collaboration – We are straightforward, welcoming, supportive people. Our interactions are the source of new insights, trust and a deep sense of belonging.
- Integrity and responsibility – We are fair and ethical in all we do. Taking the right way, as opposed to the easy way, is a fundamental responsibility that goes with our privilege of being a business school and its impact on society.
- World-class quality and results – We deliver excellence, always.
Olin Business School is one of the country's leading research-oriented business schools. Located in the heart of the Midwest, Olin's degree programs are known for their demanding scholastic standards and emphasis on experiential learning.
Washington University in St. Louis, founded in 1853, has maintained a business school since 1917 and awarded its first undergraduate business degree in 1919. The school added an MBA program in 1950, a doctoral program in 1958, an executive MBA in 1983 and in 2002 a Shanghai-based Executive MBA offered in partnership with Fudan University.
In 1988, the business school was named in honor of John M. Olin, chairman of the Olin Corp and a major benefactor of Washington University, in recognition of a gift from the John M. Olin Foundation.
Mahendra Gupta, PhD, became dean of Olin Business School on July 1, 2005, succeeding Stuart I. Greenbaum, PhD, who served as dean from 1995 to 2005. Lending their expertise, wisdom and strong endorsement to Olin are members of the National Council.
Olin is fully accredited by AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Fifty-nine faculty (excluding adjuncts, visitors and lecturers) are engaged in teaching and research. Of these, 32 are tenured and over half were appointed in the last five to seven years. New faculty come from universities across the nation including Stanford, Yale and Carnegie-Mellon. There are 26 endowed professorships.
Olin Business School's endowment at market value has grown from just over $1 million in 1980, to $236 million at the end of March 2012. Annual Fund giving for the year ending June 30, 2012, was $3.8 million. Total gifts to Olin have averaged almost $10 million annually over the past five years.
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