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The Tim and Steph Busch School of Business is home to exploration, self-discovery, and unstoppable ambition. A place to create memories and forge strong friendships, to immerse yourself in new experiences, build professional skills, expand your network, and come alive with newly found passion.
Here you will find yourself surrounded by a community unlike any other — made up of faculty and students spurring one another on toward excellence, helping each other thrive academically, professionally, and personally.
Find guidance through career coaches, peer and faculty mentors, professional development workshops, and more. Build your skills and broaden your expertise through business clubs on campus, entrepreneurial opportunities, and interactions with executives on Wall Street and around Washington, D.C. Or take your talents international through study abroad and our global initiatives, growing your experience while expanding your world view.
You will find our graduates and current students working and interning at Big Four firms and renowned companies across the globe. Explore our vast network of professionals and professional opportunities.
You will be paired with a student mentor, faculty mentor, and potentially a professional mentor to guide you through the details of business school, your major, and your career preparation.
Whatever your interest, you will find your niche here at the Busch School of Business through one of our many student organizations, programs and societies.
It is here — in the walks between class, football games, club meetings, and social gatherings that you will find yourself forging life-long friendships, creating lasting memories, and discovering new passions.
Learn more about the ways in which the Busch School of Business is making a global impact, and how you can get involved.
At The Catholic University of America, we encourage you to explore your faith through student ministry groups, service opportunities, prayer and worship, campus ministry, and more.