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Business Administration (B.A.)

Undergraduate
  • Concentration
  • Major
  • Minor

About this Program

Be empowered to think entrepreneurially and become a thought leader in reshaping, re-imagining and reinventing modern business

Program Overview

Guided by a passion to make a positive impact in their communities and in society, our students are innovating business methods and navigating a progressive corporate landscape to tackle some of the world’s most challenging social, economic and environmental issues. They are combining the knowledge and skills used in traditional business with a passionate commitment to making a societal impact.

Collaboration with community partners will create new pathways for student learning through internships, research and mentoring. Executives-in-residence and scholars-in-residence – senior professionals who will expand the scholarly and professional expertise – bring this type of collaboration to the classroom and learning hub of the Delaplaine School of Business.

Our students will advance in areas like information technology management, government leadership and administration in the life sciences with regional and international partners, corporations, NGOs and government agencies.

Our undergraduate business and MBA programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, the premier organization that accredits business schools that have a teaching focus.

Business Administration Concentrations

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Economics and Finance
    • Marketing
    • Individual Career Interest
      • In consultation with you business administration faculty adviser, you may develop an individual interest concentration that focuses on a particular career interest. Examples of such concentrations include information systems, computer science, public relations and environmental management.

    Program Contact

    David Gurzick

    Associate Professor of Management, Department Chair

    Phone
    301-696-3857
    Anita Jose

    Coordinator, Business Administration Minor

    Phone
    301-696-3691

    Our faculty...

    are committed teachers and active scholars with significant managerial experience at some of the premier organizations in the Washington-metro area.

    All Faculty

    Larry Devan

    • Adjunct Professor of Economics and Management

    Sang Kim

    • Associate Professor of Economics and Management
    Harby Tran

    Harby Tran

    • Adjunct Faculty
    • Sr. Director of Marketing