Weber University

Weber State University, John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics, The Ogden, Utah

Located at the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains (western flank of the Rockies), Weber State University prides itself in its quality teaching, its commitment to meeting the needs of students at every stage of life and its on-going service to the community. WSU offers more than 250 certificate and degree programs and 11 graduate degrees. More than 25,000 students study full- and part-time. Personal attention is the hallmark of a WSU education. With a student/faculty ratio 21:1, WSU ensures that four out of five courses have fewer than 30 students and offers attentive, comprehensive academic advisement for all its students.

For the fourth consecutive year, Weber State University's John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics is included in the Princeton Review's Best 300 Business Schools publication. Our renowned faculty and staff are dedicated to giving its students the most dynamic, personal and innovative programs of study through synthesis of theory across disciplines, application of theory to practice achieved through a variety of research and internship opportunities and knowledge gained through service learning projects and study abroad experiences.

The Goddard School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) in both business and accounting within graduate and undergraduate programs. We offer nine undergraduate, three graduate and four graduate certificate programs, including the unique Master of Taxation degree and certificates in areas like Aerospace Management, Environmental Sustainability, Information Systems and Contract Management.

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The Ogden, Utah, area is a center for skiing and adventure sports. Located 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, Ogden is gateway to Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Wolf Mountain ski resorts. Historically, Ogden was a major player in the development of the Transcontinental Railroad. Golden Spike National Historic Site, located northwest of the city, commemorates the completion of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads. That event marked the beginning of the end of the American frontier. For more information on life in Ogden, please visit