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AACSB Accredited LogoThe College of Business Administration (CBA) is professionally accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The College is dedicated to quality teaching, research and public service. The CBA provides undergraduate and graduate programs in business that give students a variety of career options. Many of our graduates seek careers in commerce, industry and government, while others go on to graduate school.

Typically, business students spend their first two years completing the university's general education requirements and introductory business courses. After being admitted to the program, students then complete a common core of business courses, as well as courses within an area of specialization that is their major. The CBA web site also includes information on student professional development.

The CBA has been accredited by AACSB International since 1982.  Why is this significant?  The best faculty, the best students, the best employers, and the best business recruiters in t2013 CHEA Awardhe world recognize and seek out schools whose programs have earned AACSB International accreditation.  Only 5% of business school programs worldwide meet the rigorous standards of this accreditation. AACSB accreditation speaks of faculty scholarship, high-caliber teaching of quality and current curricula, and meaningful interaction between students and faculty.  It tells prospective students, faculty, business recruiters, and employers that this school produces graduates who are prepared to succeed in the business world.  Download AACSB Booklet and list of accredited schools (PDF) AACSB Brochure (PDF), or Student Brochure (PDF).

The Dean's Office in the College of Business Administration is located in 138 Wimberly Hall. Welcome message from Dean.

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