The NMBU School of Economics and Business (SEB) shall be an excellent business school in accordance with NMBU’s vision: Knowledge for Life!
Our mission is to create knowledge across the fields of economics and business administration, and to develop professionals and leaders who combine an economic mindset with multidisciplinary knowledge, equipped to address real-world problems with sustainability as a guiding principle.
The School of Economics and Business exists to:
- Educate students who will contribute to adding value in organizations, companies and wider society. This implies that our students should have solid knowledge of economics and business in a multi-disciplinary context. Our students should have the ability to address complex problems by applying theory across disciplinary fields and should be attractive in the labor market.
- Conduct research of high international standard and relevance within economics, business administration, entrepreneurship and innovation. Our research should provide a science-based foundation for our education, policy making and societal discourse. We focus on applied research that addresses the global challenges of our time. Our vision is to be a leading business school in linking research and education within economics and business subjects with a multidisciplinary perspective on sustainability. Our students should be known for their solid knowledge, ability for analytical and critical thinking, creativity and collaborative skills.
Our vision is to be a leading business school in linking research and education within our fields to a multidisciplinary perspective on sustainability. Our candidates should be known for solid knowledge, abilities for analytical and critical thinking, creativity and collaborative skills.
Studies at the School of Economics and Business
We offer studies in the fields of applied economics and sustainability, business administration, bioeconomy, entrepreneurship and innovation, social science and philosophy.
Research at the School of Economics and Business
Our staff is engaged in a wide range of research projects, as is demonstrated by the Department’s record of international publications.
Centers and research groups
• Centre for Land Tenure Studies
• Climate, resources, energy and environment (KREM)
• Norwegian Center for Commodity Market Analysis
• Strategy, organization, and leadership (SOL)