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School of Business Administration

Find Your Major. Then Make a Major Impact.

The UD School of Business Administration offers nine undergraduate degree programs to  prepare students for careers in business. Undergraduate minors and graduate degree programs are also offered through the School.

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.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Prepare, analyze and communicate relevant information to those making business decisions. Through accounting, you will focus on an organization’s resources and how efficiently it performs

Explore Accounting

The Business Analytics major provides students with the business and technical skills to analyze information, discover new insights, and apply actionable knowledge to help make strategic business decisions.

Explore Business Analytics

Scarcity and limitation. Supply and demand. Risks and rewards. Business economics is the study of the choices we make when faced with limited resources.

Explore Business Economics
Motivate others to achieve success, implement new initiatives or launch your own business with your management skills. As an entrepreneur, you will conceive and launch your own business, identify existing opportunities and transform them into a new venture.

Explore Entrepreneurship

Money is a part of modern society on every imaginable level. Individuals, families, small companies, large corporations, nonprofit organizations and governments must be able to manage their finances. Our finance program prepares you to raise money, manage debt and invest your assets.

Explore Finance
Students majoring in Management will build global leadership competencies by acquiring a deeper understanding of global business and cultural practices while at the same time building a leadership skill set.

Explore Management
Combine your interests in solving business problems, learning new technologies and working with people to create a successful career in management information systems. MIS brings together the various areas in business and information technology to focus on the process of providing the information necessary for making decisions and conducting business.

Explore MIS
From market research and product design to advertising and sales, marketing is the process of planning and executing the distribution of ideas, goods and services. In marketing, you will learn to identify, understand and satisfy the needs of consumers and organizations.

Explore Marketing
Direct the core operations of an organization. Operations and supply chain management is the critical process within every business that creates, distributes, and improves products and services while ensuring the process is streamlined and efficient

Explore OSC
In the School of Business Administration, you may participate in the Discover Business program if you are unsure which area of business is most appropriate for you. The structure of the curriculum is such that the final decision about a specific major need not be made until the junior year.

Explore Discover Business
The School of Business Administration offers a variety of minors that are available to any University of Dayton student.  Choosing a minor from the School of Business Administration complements other degree programs with specialized knowledge from virtually all areas of business.

Explore Business Minors

Visit the School of Business Administration

Interested in visiting the School of Business Administration and talking with some of our current business students and faculty? The best way to understand our passion, innovation, and community is to experience it yourself. Please complete the form below to schedule a visit with us. We'd love to meet you!


School of Business Administration

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


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