The John Cook School of Business has been a pioneer in providing global business education for professionals in the business world and for future leaders currently in the classroom. This vision led to a highly recognized center of excellence in international business: the Boeing Institute of International Business (BIIB).
The goal of Saint Louis University’s Entrepreneurship Center is to help entrepreneurs combine their business passion with the planning skills taught in a world-class institution, to produce high-performing organizations. Our mission is: to deliver and develop world-class entrepreneurship education for all.
The Center for Supply Chain Management trains and educates regarding the various tools and activities of the supply chain (supplier relationships, purchasing management, operations and inventory management, logistics and transportation, quality measurement, and information technology) through programs, events, publications, and interacting with corporate supply chain professionals.
The Emerson Ethics Center’s mission, “to help business help the world,” has been an important asset in Saint Louis University’s pursuit of excellence.
The Simon Center focuses on regional economic forecasting of the metropolitan St. Louis area and State of Missouri, providing avenues for community outreach, collaboration, and partnership with businesses in the metropolitan area.