Gatton College of Business and Economics

Gatton College of Business and Economics is a college of the University of Kentucky (USA). It was founded in 1925 as the College of Commerce.

The College offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs within the following academic units: the School of Management, Von Allmen School of Accountancy and the Department of Economics. The School of Management is home to the following research-oriented centers: the International Center for Research on Social Networks in Business (LINKS), UK's Center for Sports Marketing, and the Von Allmen Center for Green Marketing.

Gatton offers the 11-month MBA degree program which is a fast-paced, intensive option for individuals wishing to complete their MBA in less time than tradition programs. The evening MBA program is designed for working individual who is looking to advance their business skills around the busy work day. Other graduate programs offered include: Accounting (MS / PhD), Economics (MS / PhD), Decision Science and Information Systems PhD, Finance PhD, Management PhD, Marketing PhD.

Gatton College is a member of the AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

Rankings:

- The Evening MBA program is nationally ranked among part-time MBA programs in the 2011 edition of "Best Graduate Schools" published by the editors of U.S. News and World Report. It is tied for 51st in the league table.

- 58th in the US News ranking of Best Undergraduate Business Schools (2008).

- 37th for undergraduate program (public institutions), US News "America's Best Colleges" 2005.

- Named one of the nation's "best buys" in business education by Business Week (1992).