The Whitman Difference

An undergraduate education at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management is about far more than traditional academic preparation.  We offer unique opportunities for you in and out of the classroom that build a rich, individualized educational experience full of real world preparation and success.

We have your major - or majors. 

Choose from accounting, finance, management, marketing, supply chain management, real estate, entrepreneurship and retail management. With this breadth of offerings, you’ll develop expertise in your field(s), and have opportunities in and out of the classroom to diversify your skill set so that you can stand out to future employers.

You'll start early.

Whitman students begin business classes in their first year and take 12 classes, taught by accomplished research faculty and seasoned practitioners, by the end of their second year. This allows you to pursue a double major within Whitman or a dual major with the Newhouse School or iSchool, significantly increasing your marketability to potential employers.

You'll be IMPRESSive to employers.

In addition to the rigorous educational experience you expect, you’ll gain the skills and experience employers seek, such as leadership and communication, through the new Goodman IMPRESS program. Using gamification and a four-“house” competitive model, students earn points while building skills for career success.

The world is your classroom.

Half of Whitman students study abroad, and 100 percent complete at least one internship. Additional experiential learning opportunities are provided through 14 student clubs, career exploration trips, client projects, a student business start-up incubator, 11 Bloomberg terminals, and the $3.8 million student-run Orange Value Fund.

We'll help put you to work.

Whitman’s dedicated Career Center team will help you explore and prepare for careers, as well as internships and job placement. May 2014 graduates: 88 percent of those seeking a job were employed within 90 days of commencement with an average starting salary of $53,825 and seven percent went on to graduate school.


The entrepreneurship program is ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News & World Report and Princeton Review/Entrepreneurship Magazine. The supply chain management program is ranked in the top 20 by Gartner. The marketing program is ranked in the top 10 by USA Today/College Factual.