The Barney School of Business is recognized for its ever-evolving curriculum, tangible learning opportunities, and innovative Career Ready program.
Bloomberg Businessweek and The Princeton Review have ranked Barney as one of the top business schools in the country. Our accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) places Barney among the top five percent of business schools in the world.
You’ll learn how to navigate the business world with confidence, and intern with prestigious organizations like Cigna as you prepare for your career.
A STEM-designated program to advance your career in the growing "big data" business culture.
Barney offers a wide range of degree options for you to choose from: seven undergraduate programs, nine undergraduate minors, four graduate programs, two dual-degree graduate programs, and nine postgraduate certificate programs.
Graduate offerings are flexible to accommodate working professionals. You can enroll as a full-time or part-time student and can study on campus, online, or a combination of both.
Brian Martin, Barney School of Business student, was seeking a traditional business internship before his career advisor reviewed the Legislative Internship Program with him. As a business major, Martin chose to follow bills relating to finance through two committees of the Connecticut General Assembly: banking, and insurance and real estate.
The Barney School's 10 thousand square foot addition includes new state-of-the-art high tech learning and collaboration spaces, and in an additional 13 hundred square feet of renovated space.
The Barney School is one of 711 business schools worldwide accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). This places us in the top 5 percent of all business schools.
Hayley Rosenblatt ’19, an insurance and finance major in the Barney School of Business will be working at Aetna in the Underwriting Training Program after graduation. Throughout her time at UHart, she held multiple internships. During her junior year, she worked for Aetna in the group life claims department and later as an underwriter.
Simeon Kornegay interned for Beazley Insurance as a student at the Barney School of Business. He made such a positive impression, he secured a job offer before he had even graduated.
The Barney School of Business has prepared me for my career in the best way. All the professors were experienced in their careers and showed genuine interest in teaching students about the world of business.
The Entrepreneurial Center provides hands-on coaching and business training for new and expanding small business owners, as well as for aspiring entrepreneurs