​Undergraduate Business Degree Programs

To think big about business, start small.

Whether you're studying from our palm tree-lined campus or interning at a start-up in Rio, you'll always have a personalized learning experience at the School of Business. We're big on small classes—and giving you full access to professors who know you by name. And we take pride in ensuring that your classroom experience will be led by qualified, engaging professors, not graduate assistants.

Want to meet industry professionals, network with CEOs and learn the latest career hunting tips? Our Passport Program connects you with career-building resources and people in the field. Maybe your inner entrepreneur is calling. If so, there's the Social Innovation Challenge and Venture Vetting (V2) competition that will help you to dream up, pitch and even launch your new ventures.

As you earn your bachelor's in business, you might get the itch for international travel. From Paris to Prague, São Paulo to Shanghai, you have hundreds of international locations and programs to choose from, offering exciting new opportunities for your studies. We'd love to give you the chance to experience how other cultures conduct business, and in turn, develop a global mindset.

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The energizing educator. Carlton O’Neal, clinical professor of marketing
“The most powerful thing I can do is light the spark.”

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