The Busch School is devoted to transforming the world of business into one that places the human being at the center of business. The school reinforces this belief with an emphasis on the value of business decisions being made both for persons and for profit.

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    Undergraduate Programs

    Fifteen specializations plus the Bachelor of Science in Accounting allow students to prepare to graduate with job-ready abilities.

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    Graduate Programs

    Each of our master's degree programs in Washington, D.C., teaches career-oriented skills with an emphasis on human dignity, and the positive role of business in society. 

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  • Advising and Mentoring

    Academic Services

    Both faculty and professional advisors guide students in achieving their academic goals through advising and mentoring. The Office of Academic Services assists students with academic requests and questions.

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  • Honors and Awards

    The Busch School of Business highlights the accomplishments of students who excel in their academic areas while at Catholic U.

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    Courses

    Browse course schedules and descriptions for the Busch School of Business.

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  • Incoming Business Students

    To help incoming business students prepare over the summer, we compiled the following key academic information.

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  • Commencement FAQ

    Visit this page for all Commencement related questions.

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  • Helpful Links

    Students, use these helpful links to find Busch School resources and contacts.

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  • The Business Magnet Program

    We offer a High School Dual Enrollment Program, created by our expert faculty who are dedicated to teaching and inspiring the next generation of business leaders. 

    The Busch School Business Magnet program enables high school students to register for college-level courses and earn credits before graduating from high school. The curriculum is customizable, allowing your high school to offer a single course or a suite of complementary courses that provide a comprehensive introduction to business and economics.

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