Business Administration

TYPE: Major/Minor
DEGREE: B.A./B.S.
DEPARTMENT: School of Business and Economics

LOCATION: On-Campus
CONCENTRATIONS: Finance, International Business, Management, Management, Marketing, Supply Chain Management
4-YEAR PATHWAY SAMPLE: Graduate in 4 Years

Our program has a strong reputation for preparing students for success in a wide range of business careers through a challenging selection of courses in accounting, finance, economics, math, English and business courses in a student's chosen concentration.

At UW-Superior, you have the flexibility to tailor your major to meet your needs.

Choose from:

  • A 39-credit major in business administration with a minor of your choice
  • A comprehensive 60-credit Major in Business Administration with a concentration in:
    •     Finance
    •     International business
    •     Management
    •     Marketing
  • A Minor in Business Administration

Program Outcomes

Through a major or minor in business administration at UW-Superior, you will learn:

  • To effectively manage people, resources and projects.
  • The creation and implementation of marketing strategies.
  • Research business methods and how to base decisions from your findings.
  • To analyze, reflect, synthesize, conclude, interpret, appraise and design.

Career Opportunities

Competition for jobs and job growth will vary from field to field, but versatile, well-educated business people will always be in demand in such careers as:

  • Industrial or retail manager
  • Advertising account executive
  • Marketing executive
  • Financial analyst
  • Production manager
  • Personnel director
  • Human resource specialist
  • Program director
  • Business owner

Did You Know?

  • Our faculty members have real-world experience and teach all classes.
  • The Superior-Duluth area offers numerous internships in a wide range of corporate, financial, industrial, transportation and retail settings.
  • A Minor in Geographic Information Systems from UW-Superior enables students to expand their skills and enhance their career prospects.
  • I remember when I was a student and my advisor was so helpful. I never left there with questions and I always knew my next step. I wanted to be like that as an advisor.” Read more.
  • Class of: 2017
    I got to get to know myself better by contributing my time and my energy to this campus and by being a part of this community” Read more.
  • Class of: 2017
    Life slows down. You can catch up with your thoughts and enjoy yourself. Read more.

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DESIGN YOUR MAJOR

Our self-designed major and minors enable you to work with an academic advisor to create your own specialized program of study.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

We have several Graduate-level programs available.