NEWS & EVENTS
MBA provides global perspective
“My experience at UW Bothell opened my eyes to a lot of things in the business world that I had no experience with before — from the strategy side, from the marketing side.” - Tony Gepner, MBA '05. Read more.
Huskies and cryptocurrency
Deryck Gebe (Management Information Systems student) worked for a cryptocurrency startup and says “. . . I’ve seen first-hand that teamwork is a key to success in the business world, and I’m grateful my instructors really emphasized this." Read more.
UW Livable City Year initiative
Bellevue is this year’s UW partner in the UW Livable City Year initiative. 3 UW Bothell faculty members, including School of Business Lecturer Michael Ervick, will lead their students on community-based projects with the city of Bellevue. Read more.
From business plan to career
“How to monetize social media”: A business plan that Nathan Peterson developed as a UW Bothell student (Marketing ’08). This plan played a big role while he built a career as a social media manager for corporations and an adviser for tech startups. Read more.
Business courses at UW Bothell were first offered in 1993, at the birth of the branch campus, then in Canyon Park. Courses of study were first offered in the current downtown Bothell location in 2000. The Eastside Leadership Center (ELC) in Bellevue, WA, was established in 2008. On March 26, 2012, the UW Bothell School of Business was officially launched.