Are you ready to transform the world of business ... and your life?

USD’s undergraduate business program is one of the most highly ranked business schools in the nation. We offer a rich, values-based education that balances academic theory with hands-on business experience. This blend creates responsible, effective business leaders who excel in real-world business situations.

USD’s bachelor’s degree in business offers:

  • An academically rigorous, values-based education with a global mindset. Courses are developed -- and evolve -- based on current, global business practices and fundamental academic theory, and taught by A+ professors, as ranked by students in Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
  • A personalized learning experience. Small class size means you’ll get to know your teachers and classmates personally through discussion and collaboration. This leads to a variety of perspectives, long-lasting connections, and a high level of professional development.
  • Relevant research and hands-on learning. USD facilitates real-world consulting projects and internships to help you develop the hands-on skills -- and invaluable connections -- you need when you graduate.
  • Career resources that follow you for a lifetime. We create opportunities for you to meet prospective employers through events, career fairs, internships, and class projects. But that’s not where our help ends. As a USD alum, you’ll have us -- and your classmates -- as a career resource for life.

We welcome you to explore our eight business majors and 11 business minors

View the USD Core Curriculums.


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Class Size 20-40 Students
Student to Faculty Ratio 16:1
Average Time to Graduate 4 years
Average High School GPA 3.86


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