Welcome from the Dean
Welcome from the Dean 2020
Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the Anderson School of Management.
The Anderson School at the University of New Mexico is a world-class business school with award winning faculty and programs, offering a wide array of degree programs for a diverse student population. With over 21,000 alumni, Anderson alums can be found having an impact in their communities all over the world.
The Anderson School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. UNM Anderson is one of the few programs in the world to attain both an Accounting and Business Accreditation from AACSB.
We offer BBA and MBA degrees in 12 concentrations as well as an Executive MBA for working professionals and an MBA in Education Leadership. The part-time MBA program is a top 50 program at public universities and the undergraduate program is a top 100 program as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.
In the fall 2018, we opened our brand new state-of-the-art McKinnon Center for Management (MCM). The MCM is the first new building dedicated to the Anderson School in almost 50 years. It is designed to LEED Gold Certification standards and has a significant emphasis on student-focused services such as high-tech classrooms, experiential learning spaces, and collaborative study rooms. Students now have access to 63,445 square feet of new space which includes enhanced classrooms, a technology center, advanced IT services, a career planning and placement center, advisement space, a behavioral research lab, and a marketing center.
Additionally, Anderson students compete in a variety of case competitions and are the reigning champions in the Daniels Fund Ethics Case competition (graduate division) and the Acura ILX Marketing Challenge. Participating in case competitions such as these provide Anderson students with real world business case experience and build public speaking skills.
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