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Management (B.S.B.A.)

UD Is Point A. Point B Is Up to You.

Students majoring in Management (MGT) will build global leadership competencies by acquiring a deeper understanding of business and cultural practices while at the same time building a leadership skill set. Features of the major:

  • Bookend experience that launches students into the major and concludes with an experiential learning experience
  • Leadership skills built via coursework, hands-on exercises, examination of personal assets/strengths, and putting both into practice with the application of knowledge and skills to applied problems.
  • Project management skills obtained by working on case studies and hands-on projects throughout the major

Upon graduation, students will possess a breadth of business knowledge and abilities enabling them to assess complex problems in business settings and to lead the implementation of effective, innovative, and transformative solutions.

To learn more about the available management courses and to view a sample plan of study, please reference our Academic Catalog.

  • 98%

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

  • $54,839

    average starting salary for management majors

  • Top 50

    "Colleges That Create Futures"

A High-Quality Education

Study Abroad and Global Learning Flyer Enterprises Flyer Pitch

Step out of the Classroom. And Head to, Say, Shanghai.

Technology has made our world increasingly more connected, and the economy has become more global than any time in history. All international business management majors participate in an international experience, and we offer several study abroad programs, including a full slate of summer study programs.

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Become a CEO Before You Graduate

With Flyer Enterprises, the fastest-growing and fourth-largest student-run business in the nation, employees learn to lead on the job, running a business as they earn their bachelor’s degree. Work your way up the corporate ladder, from a barista at the Blend to CEO of Flyer Enterprises, where you’ll oversee more than 200 employees, 12 divisions and more than $2.1 million in annual revenue .

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Just Pitch It

Held annually, the Flyer Pitch competition is one of the largest collegiate-level business plan contests in the nation. Its three events - elevator pitch, cameo round and final round - award more than $70,000 in cash prizes and $50,000 in in-kind prizes. More than 36 new ventures have been launched as a result of the competition, and they have raised $171 million in capital.

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Visit Us

Interested in visiting the School of Business Administration and learning more about us? We'd love to meet with you! The best way to understand our passion, innovation, and community is to experience it yourself. Experience an academic tour by scheduling a Business Visit. You can also choose to schedule a general campus tour and admission presentation.


Double Major

Choose a second or even third major! You can personalize your academic path to support your goals and interests. You may choose more than one business major or even a business major with a complementary non-business major, as long as you meet the specific requirements to enter the major.


To really excel as a business professional, you’ll need to gain additional business wisdom outside the classroom. That's where BWISE comes in.


Minors allow you to tailor your academic path to support your unique interests and goals. We offer a variety of minors from virtually all areas of business that are available to any University of Dayton undergraduate student. School of Business Administration students also may elect to choose a non-business minor.

Bachelor's Plus Master's

The University of Dayton Bachelor's Plus Master's (BPM) Program encourages high-performing UD undergraduate students to continue their studies and complete a Master's Degree at UD.

Career Outcomes

At our School of Business Administration, you will have the opportunity to combine the classroom and business world together in a way that allows you to further sharpen your skills. It’s a key reason why employers love hiring our students—they can hit the ground running.

Academic and Career Advising

Want to pursue a double major or a minor? To use your business skills for humanitarian purposes? To gain real-world experience through an internship or cooperative education? Your dedicated success adviser will help you develop - and complete - your plan.


Department of Management and Marketing

Miriam Hall, Room 710
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2271

AACSB Accredited

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