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Cultivating Leaders Who Transform Business

At Lee Business School, we cultivate leaders who transform business in today's dynamic marketplace through skill development and experiential learning.

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Top 5%
OF BUSINESS SCHOOLS WORLDWIDE TO HOLD DUAL ACCREDITATION BY THE AACSB
1st
Most diverse campus in the nation — U.S. News & World Report
3rd
Best accounting program in the West — Founder Thoughts Tax School
50 Years of Cultivating Leaders Who Transform Business

Mission

The Lee Business School’s mission is to cultivate leaders who transform business.

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Academic Programs

Lee Business School offers ten undergraduate majors, 14 minors and five graduate degrees, including the MBA and Executive MBA programs.

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Student Resources

Lee Business School students have access to a variety of services to ensure a smooth transition from being admitted to the major through graduation. From academic advising to career and professional development, to student organizations and scholarships we are here for you.

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Support the Lee Business School

Your donations to the Lee Business School allow us to cultivate leaders who transform business in today’s dynamic marketplace through skills development and experiential learning. All donations are critical to the college’s mission and its continued success.

Announcements

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Welcome to the Major

Every semester we celebrate the most recent students accepted to a major within the Lee Business School. All students are invited to meet our faculty, learn about student organizations, and other resources available through the Lee Business School.

Events

News

Keep up with the latest news happening at LEE and across the UNLV campus.

Centers and Institutes

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Troesh Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The center manages the entrepreneurship curriculum across the university, is a hub for entrepreneurship research, supports entrepreneurial activities in southern Nevada, and offers guidance to internal and external stakeholders on obtaining angel capital.

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Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies

The Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies seeks to advance real estate knowledge, inform business practice, and address issues that affect the real estate industry and public policy. The institute produces relevant and timely real estate research, supports educational programs in real estate economics and finance for students and professionals, and provides community outreach.

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Center for Business and Economic Research

The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) was established in 1975. CBER conducts applied research vital to business and government. CBER cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of the UNLV's research community throughout the state of Nevada and the country.

The Lee Family Gift

In 2001 the UNLV College of Business was renamed the Lee Business School after receiving a transformational gift from local real estate developers and casino owners, Ted and Doris Lee. The generous gift has made several endowments possible for both students and faculty.

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Accreditation

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The Lee Business School is among just 181 business colleges and schools worldwide to hold international dual accreditation in business and accounting by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.