About Olin Business School
Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis is an institution of leaders: distinguished research faculty…exhilarated, brilliant students … and successful, energized alumni.
Located in the heart of the Midwest, Olin is one of the country's leading research-oriented business schools. Our degree programs are known for their demanding scholastic standards and emphasis on experiential learning.
“Research-driven thinking, applied” is the organizing principle across the school’s degree and nondegree programs, which emphasize developing the rigorously analytical, critical-thinking skills; applied learning; global competence; and communication and collaboration skills needed to solve today’s complex, unstructured business challenges.
The small size of Washington University's business school allows for a deeper level of interaction, participation, and program customization, which, in turn, fosters key relationships that provide endless opportunities for continuous achievement.
Washington University encourages and gives full consideration to all applicants for admission, financial aid, and employment. The University does not discriminate in access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran status, disability or genetic information. Read Washington University's full nondiscrimination statement.
Olin by the Numbers
Number of Students
Number of Faculty
|931 BSBA ||67 Tenure/Tenure-Track |
|307 Professional MBA ||18 Other (visiting/lecturers) |
|283 Full-time MBA ||42 Adjunct |
|205 EMBA-St. Louis, Kansas City |
|81 EMBA-Shanghai ||12 Degree Programs |
|76 MS in Finance ||5 Nondegree Programs |
|33 Global Master of Finance ||4 Research Centers |
|102 Master of Accounting ||19,190 Alumni |
|19 MS in Supply Chain Management ||66 Hotel rooms onsite |
|12 MS in Customer Analytics ||107 Staff |
|57 Doctoral and 9 DBA || |
|212 nondegree program participants || |
reported as of Fall 2014