Named for J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott, the Marriott School of Management shares many of the same values that have built one of the world's most successful hospitality companies.When founding his company in 1927, Mr. Marriott said, "success is never final." We follow in this spirit-encouraging innovation, watching the details, and pushing for perfection.
To attract, develop, and place men and women of faith, character, and professional ability who will become outstanding leaders capable of dealing with change in a dynamic, global environment. Research
To advance knowledge by building on strong conceptual foundations to identify and solve critical management problems, focusing special attention on global, technological, and entrepreneurial drivers.
To extend the blessings of management education to members of the worldwide Church. Friendship
To develop friends for the university and Church around the world through service in professional organizations and by collaborating in the development of management-education programs.
Brigham Young University's college of business became the School of Management in 1975. The school was named for Marriott Corporation founders J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott in 1988.
The Marriott School is housed in the N. Eldon Tanner Building, a seven-story, 120,000 square foot, granite building located on BYU campus in Provo, Utah.
Approximately 1,900 undergraduate students and 1,100 graduate students are enrolled in the Marriott School.
Nearly 75 percent of the students are bilingual, about 20 percent speak a third language. Most have lived abroad.
The school enrolls approximately 10 percent, international students.
The school has nearly 44,000 alumni.
More than 900 alumni actively advise students through the volunteer mentor program.
More than 500 alumni and friends are involved with the school's advisory council and program-specific boards.