The business of better.

We strive for better, so you can be your best.

We believe in the power of business to create the next generation of bold leaders — in the board room and in our communities.

The E. J. Ourso College of Business is a catalyst for your career and a platform for you to create the positive change you're passionate about. We are committed to doing better every day — knowing our excellence will empower you to use your education and experience to transform your corner of the world. Let's discover what we can do better together.

We're in the business of BETTER.

 

Better academics.

In business, there are so many ways to tackle a challenge and meet your goals. No matter what your goals are, the E. J. Ourso College of Business has a program to help make your vision a reality. 

Celebrating Ten Years in the Business Education Complex

75.4%

of LSU business graduates report a positive post-graduate outcome

- 2020-2021 graduating student survey

$65,362

LSU business graduate average starting salary

- 2020-2021 graduating student survey

Better opportunities.

Your success is our top priority — while you're on campus and for the rest of your life. 

E. J. Ourso College of Business is home to a team of professional, skilled advisors ready to help our students succeed academically and launch rewarding careers. We are dedicated to business students' success throughout their college career — from recruitment to graduation. 

But, we don't stop there. We provide the network, resources, and guidance that will start and propel your career. 

OUR COMMITMENT TO STUDENT SUCCESS

A better Louisiana. 

Bold Business and Industry Partnerships 

Our innovative degree programs go beyond the classroom to provide fresh learning opportunities, ground-breaking research, intellectual capital, and partnerships that support lifelong learning and economic growth for Louisiana’s business community.

See how we're partnering for the greater good.

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A team of five E. J. Ourso College of Business accounting students will advance to compete in Deloitte's national 2022-2023 Audit Innovation Campus Challenge (AICC).

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