School of Business news

Neil Azous

UW Bothell entrepreneurial spirit​
Neil Azous, Business Administration '97, discusses the entrepreneurial spirit he valued at UW Bothell as a student, what he is doing now and how he continues to be involved with UW Bothell while he works on the East Coast. Read more.

Leadership master's for nursing administration

Master's for nursing administration​
The School of Business and the School of Nursing and Health Studies have partnered to offer an administrative leadership option with the Master of Nursing degree (MN-AL).
Read the full article.
Learn about the MN-AL.

Students making Bellevue a little more livable

Livable City Year with Bellevue​
Four UW Bothell faculty members, including School of Business Lecturer Michael Ervick, led (or will lead) their students on community-based projects. These projects are part of the Livable City Year partnership between UW and the City of Bellevue. Read more.

Business students impact domestic violence

Students impact domestic violence
Undergraduate business students, in a Project Management course, helped Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County win a three-year, $288,000 grant the agency needed to open another office to support victims of domestic abuse. Read more.

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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.