Small size, big thinking
Yes, we’re small, and that’s one of our greatest assets. And what do you get when you combine small size with big thinking? Value. We’ll know your name and offer you a private school atmosphere at a public school price. That means small classes, industry-standard technology—including a real world trading room—an on-site career advisor, and face time with world-class professors and business leaders. And that’s just the beginning.
How do you learn best? By doing, of course. Whatever your major, we make sure your internships put you in the real world of work. Whether you’re at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Christian Dior, or one of the many other companies where the College of Business has developed partnerships, you’ll collaborate with colleagues to solve problems and complete projects in real time.
Innovation, Innovation, Innovation
Innovation and strategic thinking are at the heart of any successful business—and any successful business program. At both the undergraduate and graduate level, we offer you programs distinguished by an innovative approach to project management, critical thinking, and communication—exactly what you need to solve problems, manage change, and become a leader in our innovation economy.
We don’t just think big, we think globally. Whether your major is global business or finance, supply chain management or textile marketing, you will learn to look at the big picture. And if you choose our International Business Program (IBP) dual degree, you can earn a B.S. in any of our majors and a B.A. in Chinese, French, German, Spanish, or Italian.
Creativity and business go hand in hand at CBA—take a look at our Textile Marketing and Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design programs. Our “Green Business” dual degree program gives you the edge in the green economy. At the graduate level, our “Blue MBA,” trains you to manage global climate change—and through our collaboration with the College of Pharmacy we offer the PharmD-MBA program.
Community, collaboration, careers
Here you are part of a thriving community of women and men who share a passion for how the business world works. You learn the the importance—and the skill—of collaboration, which you practice every day in classes, internships, and student groups. Teamwork and networking become second nature to you, preparing you to step into a career with everything you need to succeed.