WSU international business program among nation’s best

By Sue McMurray, Carson College of Business

business-abroad-80PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Carson College of Business is one of the best 100 business schools in the nation as noted by recent U.S. News & World Report rankings.

The college’s undergraduate international business program ranked 20th overall and 11th among public universities. The ranking marks the 10th year WSU has been recognized as one of the nation’s top 25 undergraduate international business programs.

Chef Jamie Callison and WSU Carson College of Business hospitality students on a study abroad experience in Italy.

“The undergraduate international business program offers faculty-led programs in 12 countries, international business internships in five countries and exchange programs in six countries,” said Chip Hunter, college dean. “Great public land-grant universities like WSU emphasize transformational student experiences and push the frontiers of knowledge. Our U.S. News & World Report ranking confirms we represent the best of higher education in America.”

The college is home to WSU’s strongest study abroad program. Its global learning requirement, developed eight years ago, established the college as a leader in educating global business leaders.

“International learning is available in every business major,” Hunter said. “Our graduates are well prepared to enter a world of business that requires global understanding and to draw on that understanding for their own career success. Carson College graduates make a difference to the economies of our state, our country and the world.”


Chip Hunter, WSU Carson College of Business dean, 509-335-8150,

David Sprott, WSU Carson College of Business senior associate dean, 509-335-6869,

Sue McMurray, WSU Carson College of Business communications, 509-335-7578,



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