iMBA Program

Welcome iMBA Students!

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iConverge is our annual on-campus networking and professional development event. It is a chance for students to see familiar friends, make new ones and develop professional relationships outside the classroom.

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Gies College of Business grants degrees three times a year -- in May, August, and December. You need to submit an application for graduation in your final term in order to place your name on the degree list and receive your diploma.

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News and Events

Implementing AI technology in business education

Gies' Chief Disruption Officer Robert Brunner shares his approach to adopting artificial intelligence and illustrates how the College is embracing new technologies and preparing students for what they will encounter in their future careers.

V. Dale Cozad Lecture on Entrepreneurship

Attend the annual Cozad Lecture, presented by Divey Gulati ’13 MBA, president and co-founder of ShipBob. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are encouraged to attend.

Monday, December 6 | 4:30 pm
Deloitte Auditorium, Business Instructional Facility

Register here to attend the lecture.

Divey Gulati is the President and co-founder of ShipBob, a cloud-based logistics platform that supports over 5,000 small and medium-sized eCommerce businesses from their 25 fulfillment centers across the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, and Australia. Prior to ShipBob, he worked as a consultant at Deloitte. Divey holds both a bachelor’s in computer engineering and an MBA from the University of Illinois.

We hope you can join us to learn more about Divey’s entrepreneurial journey, and critical pivots taken along the way.

If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch the lecture via livestream on Zoom(webinar ID: 894 4283 7090; passcode: 461144).

We look forward to returning to campus this fall and offering alumni and guests the safest in-person experience possible. Please visit for the most current information regarding campus visits. At this time, all university students, faculty, staff, and visitors must wear a face covering in university spaces indoors, regardless of vaccination status. A face covering does not have to be worn when eating or drinking. Current face covering guidelines can be found at We will continue to provide updates as event dates approach. 

If you will need disability-related accommodations to participate in this event, please contact Gies Business Office of Advancement at or 217-244-6669 and and we will follow up to provide additional details. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs.