Recruit

At the University of Washington Foster School of Business, we want to make it easy for you to hire students who are the best fit for your organization. Our services include job postings, on-campus recruiting and events, company visits, connections to student clubs, and more.

Hire Undergraduates

Undergraduates can focus their studies in the following areas: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, human resources, management, information systems, marketing, and operations and supply chain management.

Gender breakdown

47% Women
53% Men

Top employers include

Accenture
Boeing
EY
Nordstrom
Wells Fargo

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Hire MBA Students

Foster MBAs are high achievers who are able to jump in and make a difference, trained in a culture driven by performance before pretense.

Program stats

32% Women
68% Men
6.3 Average years
work experience

Top employers include

Amazon
Expedia
Starbucks
Microsoft
Zillow

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Hire Specialty Master’s Students

The Foster School offers master’s degrees in accounting, information systems, and supply chain management.

Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc)

The MPAcc program prepares accounting professionals with quality education, strong ethics, and excellent communication skills.

Audit

Class of 2017 gender breakdown

56% Women
44% Men

Class of 2016

100% Placement
rate

Tax

Class of 2017 gender breakdown

67% Women
33% Men

Class of 2016

98% Placement
rate

Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS)

Students in the MSIS program gain the tools and skills necessary to bridge the gap between business and technology.

Program stats

33% Women
67% Men
3.4 Average years
work experience

Top three job functions prior to MSIS

45% Engineering
27% Information
systems
27% Product/Program
management

Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

New degree! The inaugural class will graduate in 2017. The MSCM program prepares students to be successful supply chain managers by providing a unique blend of business skills and industry experience.

Program stats

45% Women
55% Men
4.0 Average years
work experience

Top three job functions prior to MSCM

39% Operations/
Production
26% Finance/
Accounting
13% General
management

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