At the Tim and Steph Busch School of Business, you will find a rigorous business curriculum infused with Catholic social doctrine. Our students build career connections on Wall Street and here in the nation’s capital. Our faculty, students, and alumni are living their vocation to business by working to reduce poverty through prosperity.
The Busch School of Business was built from the ground up to prepare people to be good business leaders — "good" as in effective and successful, and "good" as in ethical, upstanding people.
Our bachelor's and master's programs emphasize entrepreneurship, innovative business analysis, experiential learning, and real-world results — all with a commitment to transforming the world of business into one that places the dignity of the human being at the center of business.Learn About Our Academic Programs
Designed for liberal arts and STEM majors, the Master of Science in Business (MSB) is a program that can be completed in less than one year. Our intensive curriculum explores the necessary language, skills, tools, and processes to accelerate your career in business, government, or the not-for-profit sector.
This is a professional degree that prepares clergy for effective and efficient parish, church and diocesan leadership and management. The 30-credit degree consists in a one-week on-campus intensive immersion session and the balance of the coursework online.
A part-time master's program with evening classes focused on the concepts, principles, and issues experienced by managers in all types of organizations. The program combines a strong academic foundation with practical knowledge and skills in management.
Designed to prepare students for a career in the public accounting profession, private industry, government, and the nonprofit sector, as well as providing the basis for the CPA.
With courses in investment analysis, financial markets, financial statement analysis, and corporate finance, this program prepares students for careers as securities analysts or brokers.
Designed to prepare students to compete in the global marketplace by helping them develop the vision to recognize international marketing opportunities, analyze threats from foreign competitors, and develop effective strategies.
The bachelor's program in management with courses in leadership, organizational behavior, and business strategy, prepares students to devise and implement strategies to help firms make the best use of their resources.
This bachelor's degree program prepares students with the ability to research consumer needs, develop products and services that meet those needs, and communicate benefits through effective promotions that stimulate demand.
The Busch School offers seven minor programs and one specialization for students who are majoring in business. It also offers eight minor programs for students who are not majoring in business.
Study under and perform research alongside full- and part-time faculty — proven leaders, innovators, and CEOs of global companies — who are reinventing the way we view business.Learn More
Become an entrepreneur with your first start-up, attend the on-campus CEO Lecture Series, and have unlimited access to career connections in Washington, D.C., the center of business and public policy in America.Learn More
After recently receiving a major gift, the Busch School of Business is eagerly anticipating the completion of the renovation of its new building — with state-of-the-art facilities and resources to help further its mission to use business as a force for good.Learn More
Find extensive resources to help prepare you to thrive in your professional career. See your entrepreneurial ambition soar through our Cardinal Start-Ups program and Shark Tank competitions; network with executives in the capital and on Wall Street; receive personal career coaching from CEOs of major corporations.Learn More
In partnership with the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, we offer the M.S.M. degree to working professionals through evening classes. Choose from five track options and customize your degree to your career goals.Learn More
Business Is a Noble Vocation
Pope Francis wrote that “Business is a vocation, and a noble vocation, provided that those engaged in it see themselves challenged by a greater meaning in life.” Here in the Tim and Steph Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America, we prepare you for a successful career in business and help you to find that greater meaning.Continue reading