The Sawyer Business School offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree with majors in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Business, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, as well as minors in these areas and in electronic commerce, public service, social impact, legal studies, and real estate.
Whichever major you choose, you'll learn contemporary management practices through our continually refined curriculum. We also offer several joint degrees and certificate programs.
In the first few years of the BSBA program, you'll be exposed to diverse viewpoints and to the environmental changes impacting business today. You'll gain a well-rounded education with a strong foundation in areas such as English, communications, economics, and mathematics, and expertise on topics such as leadership, ethics, globalization, and social change.
If you have special areas of interest, you're encouraged to include corresponding electives in your programs of study.
A stimulating community of scholars and practitioners is committed to developing Leadership, Innovation, Networking, Knowledge, and Service in your profession and community as part of our “LINKS to Success” program.
You'll be encouraged to join student clubs related to your major or field, attend networking training and receptions, connect with alumni and local business executives, apply for leadership positions, and volunteer for community service events.
Our freshmen hit the ground running–in and out of the classroom. You'll craft a resume, expand your creativity, gain foundational business knowledge and skills, present to executives, and build networks that may turn into lifelong friendships.
You’ll explore global issues within various courses, including a survey course on globalization and an introductory course on business ethics in a global environment. In your Organizational Behavior course, you’ll develop an understanding of diversity as it relates to leadership, motivation, group dynamics, and other workplace issues. And many of the humanities and social sciences course options look at culture through the lens of literature, philosophy, or sociology.
Our internationally diverse faculty members emphasize the critical link between theory and practice. With powerful connections in business and government, they helpy ou find professional opportunities after graduation.