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School of Business Administration

In the Business of Building a Better World

We're dedicated to providing an experientially-focused business education, where students gain practical skills and knowledge — and put them to use.

Our innovative, hands-on curriculum develops ethical, confident professionals who are prepared for adaptation and change.

Fast Facts


of undergraduate business students are employed, in grad school or in a full-time service program within six months of graduation


of undergraduate students complete an internship prior to graduation

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The best way to understand our passion, innovation and community is to experience it yourself.

Top 3 Reasons to Choose Business at UD

  • Practical, Hands-On Learning
  • A Customized Education
  • A Collaborative Environment
  • We Know a Practical Education Requires, Well, Practice.

    That’s why UD business students are constantly engaged in the world around them, whether it’s through study abroad, capstone projects, internships and co-ops, service-learning or other experiential learning programs.

    Explore Experiential Learning

    You're Unique. Your Education Should Be, Too.

    Want to pursue a double major or a minor? To study abroad or use your business skills for humanitarian purposes? To gain real-world experience through an internship or cooperative education? At UD, you can customize your education plan to match your interests and prepare you for personal and professional success. Your dedicated success adviser will help you develop - and complete - your plan.

    Explore the John D. Mittelstaedt Center for Academic Advising and Business Student Success

    A Focus on Community

    At UD, you'll be encouraged to strive for excellence, but not at the expense of others. Rather than competing against other students, you'll be part of a collaborative, diverse and inclusive community of learners. Here, you'll find a supportive environment where you can ask questions, explore your interests and prepare for a successful future. To top it off, you'll benefit from small class size taught by accomplished, committed faculty - not teaching assistants or graduate students.

    • 10

      Student-Focused Experiential Learning Centers or Programs

    • 100%

      Student Participation in Meaningful Experiential Learning Activities

    • 25

      Business Sponsored Student Clubs and Organizations Representing Every Interest

    Soar With Us

    Please join us as a philanthropic partner to boldly propel the University of Dayton School of Business forward.

    Featured Programs and Initiatives

    Flyer Enterprises

    Go from barista to CEO before you graduate. With 12 divisions and $2.1 million in annual revenue, FE is one of the largest student-run businesses in the nation.

    Flyer Pitch Competition

    Have a great idea? Pitch it during this annual competition, which awards more than $100,000 in cash prizes and has launched more than 70 new ventures.

    Davis Center for Portfolio Management

    Students manage the #1 student-managed investment fund in the country using the University's endowment while operating industry-leading financial analysis software.

    Flyer Consulting

    From nonprofits in Ireland to microlending in Kenya, students in Flyer Consulting provide complimentary business consulting to nonprofits around the world.

    Latest News
    Business April 11, 2023
    Accounting Reception Adds Up to a Big Networking Opportunity for Alumni
    The second annual Department of Accounting Reunion Reception allows alumni to reminisce, network, keep up to date about the accounting world, and give back to the School of Business Administration.
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    Business March 23, 2023
    Phi Chi Theta, A National Business Fraternity Comes to UD
    School of Business Administration students John Mack and Andrew Drecnik are co-founding an SBA chapter of Phi Chi Theta to enhance the professional development of current and future UD students.
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    Business March 20, 2023
    MicroCompanies Bring Macro Experience to Sophomore Students
    From FlyerCoolers to Fly High UD Wear and even recycled UD Totes, sophomore students in the Entrepreneurial program are learning about starting a business from the ground up.
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    School of Business Administration

    Miriam Hall, Room 230
    300 College Park
    Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2226

    AACSB Accredited

    Our accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.