Conquering your coursework and getting good grades are important. But an impactful college experience includes so much more than what happens in the classroom and library. At the Daniels School of Business, we champion collaboration and hands-on, real-world learning. Here, you can be a leader on day one.
Explore the unforgettable experiences that await you as a Purdue University business school student.
We value our students and their persistent pursuit of excellence. Business school faculty and staff come together to offer centers and initiatives that foster skill development, immersion in real-world situations, and learning-by-doing.
This community empowers women to be confident leaders. Through curated experiences like workshops and conferences, Brock-Wilson advocates prepare women and men to lead and excel in a constantly evolving world.
BOP recruits, educates, mentors, and provides support for Daniels School students. It is one of the oldest diversity programs in a top-ranked undergraduate business school in the U.S.
This center hosts case competitions, which are academic competitions in which students come together to solve a business issue. Deduce a recommendation and present your solution in front of a panel of judges and company sponsors — top teams and presenters win money in addition to bolstering their resumes.
LLA is a place for high-achieving, motivated business students to receive enhanced academic and professional learning opportunities and experiences. Academy students benefit from immersion trips to sites like NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.
Explore all of our centers that empower you to pursue academic excellence and gain transformative leadership experience.
Your business school journey can be customized to your interests and career goals. Make your plan of study your own.
Minors are designed to complement your chosen business major and can be incorporated into your degree program without adding time to your college experience.
Similar to a minor, concentrations provide additional opportunities to develop competencies across business disciplines and a more holistic, deeper understanding of specific topics.
Continue your education and boost your earning power with a specialized master’s degree or MBA from the Daniels School. Our academic advisors can help you design a plan of study that leads to both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in as little as one additional semester of school.
Bring your coursework to life with a wide array of experiential learning opportunities available to all students.
Purdue’s John Martinson Honors College fosters well-rounded global leaders who have an impact on society. The Honors College is an academic residential college, meaning admitted students live and learn in the same space. Students accepted to the Honors College engage in rigorous Honors coursework and earn a special citation on their diploma.
Purdue’s learning communities are groups of students who share interests and take courses together, and may live in the same residence hall. Joining a learning community can make a large campus feel smaller. Explore the Daniels School’s learning communities.
CareerBound is a career prep program that helps our students develop core competencies that employers want. Competencies like teamwork, equity and inclusion, and communication are integrated into our curriculum and co-curricular activities to give you a strong foundation in the skills you need to land your dream job. Use the CareerBound app to compete with your peers and climb the leaderboards as you grow professionally.
Study in another country to gain knowledge you can’t find in a book. Experience how business works outside the U.S. (and taste local foods and visit cool sites!). Purdue offers more than 400 study abroad programs that vary in length from one week to a full academic year, and the Daniels School is committed to making study abroad affordable.
We are dedicated to seeing our students find career success. Our industry-savvy career coaches, advisors, and peer consultants engage with you to help you design, launch, and nurture a successful, fulfilling professional life.
In college, you should feel empowered to learn and discover. We encourage an atmosphere of open inquiry where all students can pursue their dreams. Explore meaningful diversity and inclusion initiatives at the Daniels School.
Purdue University offers more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations! As a student in the Daniels School, you can join — and lead — business-specific groups and find your niche within the business world.