School of Business
School of Business
Undergraduate Admission Office
(440) 826-2222, email@example.com
MBA Admission Office
(440) 826-2392, firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Professional Development
(440) 826-2253, email@example.com
Center for Innovation & Growth
(440) 826-2393, BWcig@bw.edu
BW Business Education is Practical, Principled, Powerful
Fuel your business career with a degree program that is built on input from the region's leading corporate and organizational leaders to keep you ahead of the curve. You'll have opportunities to apply what you learn to your own company and career all along the way.
In the working world, nothing beats learning in the trenches. This same approach should be part of your business education. At Baldwin Wallace, every course combines theory and practice, and our faculty draws on unmatched corporate experience. Former CEOs, senior business leaders and PhDs teach you how to apply what you learn in small classes. BW's accessible professors will get to know you and your career goals.
What we teach in our classrooms is what employers value. Our programs stay relevant to trends in today's corporate world through our advisory councils and partnerships. We work directly with business and organizational leaders to identify current issues, and then prepare you to handle them.
It's not easy to run an organization. Managers face tough issues every day. At BW, you'll develop your business character as you develop your business skills, preparing you to tackle just about any situation.
In fact, ethics and integrity are hallmarks of a BW business education, woven throughout our curriculum. Whether you are working on your undergraduate or master's degree, you'll build a principled foundation for your future as a business leader.
The key to a successful business career is to think beyond yourself. Way beyond. At BW, you'll broaden your horizon in order to see the big picture, understand the importance of relationship building and collaboration, apply what you've learned to real-world issues (maybe even in your own organization) and recognize the value of being a contributor to your community.
The BW School of Business develops the complete business person, a powerful approach that drives our graduates to success! Whether you're earning an undergraduate degree, pursuing your MBA or enhancing your business career with executive education programs, you'll find the BW learning experience to be practical, principled and powerful.
- Business Administration
- Health Care Management
- Human Resource Management
- Industrial & Organizational Psychology
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- International Business
- Organizational Leadership
Business Honors Track
With a focus on sustainability, ethical business practices and leadership development, the Business Honors Track enables students to complete courses in their business major or minor while building honors credits. During senior year, students work on a year-long consulting project with a business partner. Students can apply for the Business Honors Track during their sophomore and junior years.
The Baldwin Wallace MBA program allows students to choose an education that meets their interests and goals. The MBA takes a systems approach and allows a student to choose a specialized focus: business analysis, entrepreneurship, human resources, international or management. Students may also choose an MBA in accounting, the executive MBA or the health care MBA.
Students can take classes on weeknights or Saturdays, at either our Berea or Corporate College East locations, or in an online, hybrid format.
Baldwin Wallace offers 3/2 programs in accounting, computer information systems, computer network security, computer science, human resources and software engineering. The 3/2 programs allow students to accelerate their studies and earn both a bachelor's degree and an MBA in five years.
BW's Center for Professional Development offers noncredit programs in project management, business analysis, process improvement, leadership development and digital marketing.