We aspire to transform the world through Christlike leadership.
We develop leaders of faith, intellect, and character.
Serve in academic, professional, and civic organizations, extending the benefits of management education and scholarship to the university, to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and to the world.
Faith in Christ
We value deep and abiding faith in Jesus Christ. Our faith gives us the capacity to envision a better future, the confidence to make that future happen, and the courage to act in the face of challenges.
Integrity in Action
We value integrity and hold ourselves to the highest moral and ethical standards. Acting with integrity builds trust, strengthens character, and focuses our ambitions on things of eternal consequence.
Respect for All
We value respect for all individuals as children of God and recognize the inherent worth, divine potential, and agency of each person. A climate of respect and belonging enhances our learning, facilitates collaboration, and encourages personal growth.
We value excellence in learning, teaching, research, management, and leadership. An expectation of excellence magnifies our influence and motivates us to continually improve.
Centered on Students
We evaluate our decisions and actions by the impact they will have on the academic experience, professional preparation, character development, emotional well-being, and spiritual growth of our students.
At BYU Marriott, students become the kind of leaders that lean, agile organizations of today and tomorrow demand.They take invaluable life experiences and combine them with rigorously experiential, highly collaborative programs.BYU Marriott students lead the way forward with an intense belief in the possible—and the insight to achieve it.
The BYU Marriott School of Business was named for Marriott Corporation founders J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott in 1988. It is housed in the N. Eldon Tanner Building, a seven-story, 220,000-square foot, glass and steel building located on the BYU campus in Provo, Utah. The building was expanded in 2008 to accommodate a growing number of students.
- Approximately 2,200 undergraduate and 1,100 graduate students are enrolled in BYU Marriott programs.
- Nearly two-thirds of the students are bilingual and many have lived abroad.
- The school enrolls approximately 7 percent international students.
- Students have access to three centers that allow them to gain an added edge: the Whitmore Global Business Center, the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, and the Ballard Center for Social Impact.
|Student Demographics||MBA*||MPA*||MISM||MAcc||Undergrad||Totals or Weighted Avg.|
|Number of 2020 Applications||507||107||123||197||2,155||3,089|
|Students Entering Fall 2020||149||52||93||165||1,208||1,667|
|Average Entering GPA||3.57||3.55||3.78||3.77||3.70||3.70|
Class of 2020 Placement
|Class of 2020 Placement||MBA*||MPA*||MISM||MAcc||Undergrad||Weighted Avg.|
|Average Starting Salary||$108,371||$55,318||$83,579||$59,289||$60,049||$67,456|
|Placed at Graduation||74%||35%||93%||94%||79%||81%|
|Placed by 3 Months after Graduation||92%||57%||96%||94%||89%||90%|
|*Does not include Executive MBA and Executive MPA entrants.|
|13th||Entrepreneurship||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|18th||Information Systems||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|23rd||International Business||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|2nd||Accounting||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|39th||Management||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|3rd||Entrepreneurship||The Princeton Review||2022|
|41st||Undergraduate Programs||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|10th||MBA (Operations)||The Princeton Review||2022|
|10th||MBA (Most Competitive Students)||The Princeton Review||2022|
|14th||MBA (Entrepreneurship)||The Princeton Review||2022|
|19th||MBA (Entrepreneurship)||U.S. News & World Report||2023|
|20th||MPA (Public Management & Leadership)||U.S. News & World Report||2023|
|23rd||MBA (International Business)||U.S. News & World Report||2023|
|2nd||MBA (Human Resources)||The Princeton Review||2022|
|30th||MPA (Non-Profit Management)||U.S. News & World Report||2023|
|32nd||MBA (Worldwide)||The Economist||2021|
|36th||MBA||U.S. News & World Report||2023|
|36th||MBA (U.S.)||Bloomberg Businessweek||2021|
|41st||MBA (U.S.)||Financial Times||2022|
|49th||MPA||U.S. News & World Report||2023|
|4th||MAcc||U.S. News & World Report||2022|
|82nd||MBA (Worldwide)||Financial Times||2022|
- BS Accountancy
- BS Entrepreneurial Management
- BS Experience Design & Management
- BS Finance
- BS Global Supply Chain Management
- BS Human Resource Management
- BS Information Systems
- BS Marketing
- BS Strategic Management
BYU Marriott also offers minors in business, entrepreneurship, global business and literacy, nonprofit management, and strategy.
- Master of Business Administration
- Executive Master of Business Administration
- Master of Public Administration
- Executive Master of Public Administration
- Master of Accountancy
- Master of Information System Management
- The school has 134 full-time faculty and 127 adjunct, part-time or visiting faculty. More than 90 percent of full-time faculty have PhDs.
- Many of the faculty are recognized experts and have served as journal editors or heads of professional
organizations such as:
- International Association for Business and Society—Brad Agle
- Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance—Jim Brau
- Management Science—Karl Diether
- Quality Management Journal—Tom Foster
- AICPA Auditing Standards Board—Steve Glover
- Journal of Supply Chain Management—Scott Sampson
- Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council—Jeff Wilks
- The school has nearly 63,000 alumni.
- Roughly 1,000 alumni actively mentor students each year through the school’s mentor program.
- More than 500 alumni and friends are involved with the school’s National Advisory Council and program-specific advisory boards.
- The BYU Management Society links managers, executives, lawyers, accountants, bankers, investors, and other professionals together. Committed to growing moral and ethical leadership around the world, this organization is dedicated to lifelong learning, service, networking, and supporting BYU.