At the Busch School of Business and Economics, management is about human flourishing, not just human resources. It's about leadership, best practices, and excellence in every aspect of managing successful businesses. But we don't stop there. We infuse our curriculum with a Catholic understanding of why we do business in the first place, which is to serve God by making business a force for good in society.
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.
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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.
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The Master of Science in Business Analysis (M.S.B.A.) is a program in business for non-business majors 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.
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Minors and Specializations
The Busch School offers six minor programs and one specialization for students who are majoring in business and economics. It also offers eight minor programs for students who are not majoring in business and economics.
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