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Graham School of Business

Business is about more than just money and margins — great business starts at the center of innovation and leadership. Develop your entrepreneurial skills in forward-thinking programs that give you knowledge and confidence to tackle any career goal.

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Forge Your Path in Business

The Graham School of Business’s wide array of programs creates opportunities to turn your passions into purpose. With 19 majors, 23 minors, and 5 graduate programs to choose from, embark on a journey that leads you to success in the business world.

“As a Sport Management major, all the business courses really helped prepare me to work in a pro baseball front office, and then ultimately to manage a business with WOYK. On-air, certainly all my writing and English courses, and some Speech and Mass Comm electives that I added were helpful. It was really the whole package.”
Darrell Henry, ’07
Sport Management Major
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What is Business Analytics?

In our data-driven world, businesses are constantly collecting large amounts of data. But how can they turn this data into actionable insights that drive growth and success? Business analytics help organizations gain a competitive edge by allowing them to make choices grounded in real-world evidence.

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Leading the Business of Education

Small class sizes and hands-on learning are only part of what makes your experience in the Graham School of Business successful. Connecting experiences across classes, internships, and community engagement creates the lens for you to see the bigger picture.

Leaders of Learning

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Molly Sauder
Molly Sauder, EdD
Dean, Graham School of Business
Associate Professor, Sport Management
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Pawan Madhogarhia
Pawan Madhogarhia, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Accounting, Finance, and Business Analytics
Associate Professor, Finance
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Mohammed Raja
Mohammed Raja
Chair, Department of Operations & Information Technology
Associate Professor, Supply Chain Operations Management
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