Developing graduates who are skilled, ethical, professional, globally aware and prepared for careers of meaning and purpose. Dynamic educational opportunities have earned the school prestigious accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Unique programs such as the Greehey Scholars Program and the Entrepreneurial Scholars Program offer students on-going mentorship with industry executives for real-world learning experiences.
Our nationally ranked programs prepare students for a globally interconnected economy. Award-winning professors create a learning environment that combines strong fundamentals with actual business practice. After all, there are not many schools where undergraduates work in a real trading room and manage a $1.8 million portfolio!
From the Greehey Scholars Program to exciting international experiences, students are offered numerous opportunities to transform their personal and professional lives.
School Accreditation and Affiliations
The Greehey School provides future leaders with a business education grounded in faith, values and service within a learning community committed to the Catholic and Marianist ideals of education. We produce graduates who are skilled, ethical, professional, globally aware and prepared for careers of meaning and purpose.
The Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University has been accredited annually by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) since 1997. This accreditation is particularly noteworthy since less than one-third of all business programs in the United States are accredited by AACSB.
The Greehey Scholars Program is a once in a lifetime opportunity for qualified incoming undergraduate freshmen who are exceptional scholars committed to excellence in every aspect of their lives. Due to the generosity of alumnus Bill Greehey, the Greehey Scholars Program awards four-year scholarships for St. Mary’s University which includes:
Qualified in-state, out-of-state, and international students are encouraged to apply online through the St. Mary’s University Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Professor of Finance
Professor of International Business
Charles E. Cheever Chair of Risk Management
Deirdre Harkins Richards Professor of Free Enterprise