Heider College of Business

The Heider College of Business (formerly known as the Creighton University College of Business) is the business school at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. It was opened in 1920. Today over 980 students complete degrees in accounting, economics, finance, international business, marketing, management, and business intelligence and analytics. The Heider College of Business was named #2 for Return on Investment for Business Schools, as rated by Payscale.com in 2013. The Heider College of Business is located in the Harper Center on Creighton's campus. It is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.[1]

Creighton University
Heider College of Business
DeanAnthony Hendrickson
Harper Center
Omaha, Nebraska, United States

41°15′55″N 95°56′35″W

400 graduate students annually complete degrees in Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Analytics, and Master of Science in Investment Management and Financial Analysis.

The Creighton University College of Business was renamed to the Heider College of Business on October 23, 2013 to acknowledge donations from Charles F. Heider and Mary C. Heider of Omaha.[2] This college became the first named school at Creighton University.[3] The Heiders’ gift to the College of Business Ignite the Greatness campaign helped expand and enhance the college’s space on campus and is allocated to support students, faculty and the efforts to increase enrollment, in response to the rising demand for business graduates.


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