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The College of Business, previously known as the College of Commerce, was established within Brigham Young University in 1959. In 1975 it came under the administration of the School of Management, where it remained until it was dissolved in 1988. Between 1959 and 1979, the college was administered by the following deans and acting deans: Weldon J. Taylor (1957-1974), Bryce B. Orton (acting dean, 1974-1975), and Merrill J. Bateman (1975-1979).
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The College of Business, previously known as the College of Commerce, was established within Brigham Young University in 1959. In 1975 it came under the administration of the School of Management, where it remained until it was dissolved in 1988. Between 1959 and 1979, the college was administered by the following deans and acting deans: Weldon J. Taylor (1959-1974), Bryce B. Orton (acting dean, 1974-1975), and Merrill J. Bateman (1975-1979).
  
 
==Variant Names==
 
==Variant Names==

Latest revision as of 12:48, 23 November 2021

The College of Business, previously known as the College of Commerce, was established within Brigham Young University in 1959. In 1975 it came under the administration of the School of Management, where it remained until it was dissolved in 1988. Between 1959 and 1979, the college was administered by the following deans and acting deans: Weldon J. Taylor (1959-1974), Bryce B. Orton (acting dean, 1974-1975), and Merrill J. Bateman (1975-1979).

Variant Names

Brigham Young University. School of Management. College of Business

Description

Established: 1959

Abolished: 1988

Location: Provo, Utah (1959-1988)

Functions

The College of Business was originally organized to provide training for students to make an effective contribution to the stability and abundance of the economy in order to acquire economic self-reliance and personal satisfaction. Moreover, some of the objectives of the college included training in analysis, business operations, oral and written communication, and understanding human characteristics and social aspects of business.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The College of Business was the administering body for the following departments: Accounting, Business Education and Office Management, Business Management, Economics, Statistics, Business Education, and Organization Behavior. The college was administered by a dean under the direction of the president of the university.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University (1959-1979)

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. School of Management (1979-1989)

Earlier unit: Brigham Young University. College of Commerce (1959)

Later unit: Brigham Young University. School of Management (1988)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Accounting (1959-1983)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Business Education and Office Management (1959-1964)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Business Management (1958-1983) (1959-1979)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Economics (1959-1981)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Managerial Economics (1981-1988)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Statistics (1960-1988)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Business Education (1964-1979)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Organizational Behavior (1970-1974)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Business Education and Administrative Management (1979-1983)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Dept. of Information Management (1983-1988)

Subordinate unit: Brigham Young University. Institute of Business Management (1988)

Subordinate unit: Skaggs Institute of Retail Management (1976-1979)

Associated Archival Materials

Records, 1921-1976 (UA 170)

An analysis of trading stamps in Utah, 1958-1960 (UA 316)

Student papers, 1942-1943 (UA 513)

Papers, 1938-1967 (UA 514)

Dean's Office correspondence, 1976-1988 (UA 903)

Executive lecture series, 1954-1975 (UA 943)

Records, 1970-1979 (UA 1279)

Records 1952-1983 (UA 1331)

William F. Edwards oral history interview, Oct. 21, 1983 (UA OH 122)

Learning, living, and leadership: the BYU college of business looks to the future; The Alta Summit Symposium August 31 to September 3, 1971; 1973 (UA SC 80)

College of Business: a century of progress at Brigham Young University, 1973 (UA SC 119)

Sources

Brigham Young University Bulletin Catalog of Courses, 1959: p. 3 (Weldon J. Taylor, dean) p. 92 (College of Business departments listed as Accounting, Business Education and Office Management, Business Management, Economics; College of Business functions)

Brigham Young University Bulletin Catalog of Courses, 1960: p. 98 (Departments listed as Accounting, Business Education and Office Management, Business Management, Economics, Statistics)

Brigham Young University Bulletin Catalog of Courses, 1961: p. 65 (Department of Business Education and Office Management changes name to Department of Business Education)

Brigham Young University Bulletin General Catalog, 1972-1973: p. 72 (Department of Organization Behavior added in the College of Business)

Brigham Young University Bulletin General Catalog, 1973-1974: p. 73 (Departments listed as Accounting, Business Education, Business Management, Economics, Statistics)

Brigham Young University Bulletin General Catalog, 1975-1976: p. 43 (Bryce B. Orton, acting dean)

Brigham Young University Bulletin General Catalog, 1976-1977: p. 51 (Merrill J. Bateman, dean)

Brigham Young University Bulletin General Catalog, 1979-1980: p. 31 (College of Business established under the administration of the School of Management)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2009-00142

LCCN: no2008177663

Creator: UPB