University Type and Campus :
Undergraduate & Graduate business school ; Urban
The Max M. Fisher College of Business is the business school of The Ohio State University. Fisher's campus is located on the northern part of The Ohio State University, within a partially enclosed business campus adjacent to St. John Arena. It is composed of brick buildings loosely arranged in a quadrangle. The 370,000-square-foot (34,000 m2) complex is the largest multi-building project ever undertaken by the University. Fisher is one of the founding members of the AACSB.
By design, Fisher College of Business enrolls about 120 Full-Time Master of Business Administration (MBA) students each year. Currently, there are 6,093 full-time undergraduates. Established in 1916 as the College of Commerce and Journalism, the school was renamed in 1993 for Max M. Fisher, a 1930 Ohio State graduate who provided a substantial amount] to the school.
Endowment: 120 million
Administrative staff: 91 tenure track 9 clinical track 30 full-time non-tenure track
Students: 5,552 total
Undergraduates: 6,093 full-time
Postgraduates: 268 full-time MBA
Gender ratio (in %)
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