About Us

As we approach 100 years of innovative business education, we remain committed to inspiring ethical leadership, creating fearless pathfinders, and graduating dynamic, responsible visionaries who help define and enhance the global marketplace.

Undergraduate Program in the U.S. Poets&Quants, 2019
Master's in Management in the U.S. The Economist, 2019
Multi-Campus Master’s in Management Program QS World University Rankings, 2020
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Multiple Locations.
One Dynamic Community.

On Grounds in Charlottesville
On Grounds in Charlottesville

Home to Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, McIntire is situated near the University's picturesque Lawn and iconic Rotunda. Just a short walk from Grounds, Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall offers many cultural and culinary attractions.

Northern Virginia
Northern Virginia

The Commerce School offers classes in two unique spaces in Northern Virginia. One section of M.S. in MIT students meets at Valo Park in Tysons Corner, in the heart of Northern Virginia's technology corridor while M.S. in Business Analytics attend classes at UVA’s new facilities in the downtown Arlington, VA, district of Rosslyn.

Around the World
Around the World

With a tight-knit, cohesive community defined by an inclusive yet extensive global network, McIntire maintains an engaged presence around the world. Our partner organizations and universities, committed alumni, and supportive corporate partners play an active role in the Commerce School experience.


Meet the Dean

On July 1, 2020, the Commerce community welcomed Nicole Thorne Jenkins as the newest John A. Griffin Dean. As McIntire celebrates 100 years in business education in 2021, Dean Jenkins will lead the School into its next century.


Our Leadership

McIntire's longstanding tradition of innovation is made possible by the extraordinary vision and dedication of the School's academic and administrative leadership.

Additionally, the alumni volunteers who lead the various McIntire boards play a crucial role in connecting the School's global community with business and the public.



Our Programs

Widely renowned for our longstanding undergraduate degree, five highly ranked graduate degrees, pan-University minors in Entrepreneurship and Leadership, and a diverse set of certificates, the Commerce School has designed all of our programs with inventive, engaging curricula that provide marketable skills and incorporate real-world business experiences of unparalleled quality.


Research and Expertise

The McIntire School of Commerce is home to six active centers that serve as the School’s nexus of collaboration. Fostering knowledge, exploration, and facilitating interdisciplinary learning opportunities for students, industry, and academia, expertise delves into analytics, financial markets, IT, global commerce, entrepreneurship, and professional services.


The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation

Established in 1978, the Foundation is the fundraising and financial nexus of private support for the School. The foundation fortifies curricular enhancements, buoys scholarships, offers support for relevant faculty research, and enables critical technological enhancements.

We are accredited by the AACSB at graduate and undergraduate levels in business and accounting and is a CFA Institute university program partner.