Marriott School of Management is a business school located in Provo, Utah at Brigham Young University (BYU), a private university in the United States. With several different names since its inception in 1891, the business school at BYU has been known as the Marriott School of Management since 1988, when Marriott International founders J. Willard and Alice Marriott made a $15 million donation to the school. The MSM is housed on-campus in the N. Eldon Tanner Building and offers four undergraduate and seven graduate degrees.
Ethical decision-making is strongly emphasized at the school: undergraduate students are required to complete 14 hours of religion coursework for graduation, all MSM students must take at least one course in management ethics, and both students and faculty must commit to abide by the university's honor code. The school also exhibits a unique culture because the majority of its student and faculty bodies are members of the LDS Church. The school claims over 44,000 alumni and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The Marriott School is situated in the urban, Wasatch Front area of Provo, Utah. A 76,000 square feet addition, costing $43 million and funded by donations, was dedicated in 2008 by alumnus Thomas S. Monson. The addition increased the building's capacity by 53 percent and provides 10 tiered classrooms, one network teaching room, one large assembly room, and 39 study rooms. The Tanner Building is located directly west of central campus.
- Computer Lab
- Research Facility
- Student Clubs
- Placement Cell