SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATION
School of Business and Communication
We believe that learning doesn’t just take place in a classroom, but wherever you’re building new relationships in your field of study or completing a real-world project in a hands-on learning experience. That’s why the Business Administration program seeks to individualize learning, offering faculty mentorships, peer-to-peer learning and opportunities for personal growth.
In the Business Administration program, you’ll learn from world-class professors, leaders in their academic fields who bring their cutting-edge expertise to the classroom and their personal scholarship. We also boast a low student-to-faculty ratio and robust academic advising.
Experiential Learning Opportunities
Service-learning projects are an intrinsic part of the business curriculum, from freshman through senior year. These projects present you with the opportunity to apply the knowledge you’ve amassed in a wide variety of community settings. For example, our award-winning Tax Clinics allow accounting students to get work experience with actual clients, and at the same time assist homeless, low-income or immigrant families.
Senior team field project is designed for students to engage in vital business issues with real organizations, and apply business models and knowledge learned in class. We develop our undergraduate senior capstone projects around a real-world problem, often with a non-profit organization, that can be directly utilized to help the less fortunate.
Hogan Entrepreneurial Program pairs students with business leaders in a mentor-mentee relationship. Weekly meetings afford students the opportunity to develop personal experiences with established entrepreneurs. Note: The Hogan Entrepreneurial Program is available to all majors.
Business Administration (B.A.)
Business Administration (A.A.)
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Our faculty members are leaders in their fields. They believe in the power of personal experience—stressing mentorship, collaboration and project-based learning inside and outside the classroom.