Undergraduate Business Programs

School of Business
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WHY STUDY BUSINESS AT BALDWIN WALLACE?

Most employers in today’s market want to hire college graduates that offer a combination of professional experience, specialized skills, and a broad background in key business concepts. At Baldwin Wallace, each business major is tailored to include hands-on, applied learning projects to position you for internships and career opportunities.

Expert faculty — not graduate students or teaching assistants — work with students in and out of the classroom, creating a rich, nurturing learning environment that is laser-focused on your future success.

Former CEOs, senior business leaders, and business scholars teach you how to apply what you learn in small classes. Every course combines theory and practice, and our faculty draws on unmatched corporate experience.

Undergraduate Programs

Associate to Bachelor's

If you have earned an associate degree in business or a related discipline. Our A2BW program (associate to bachelor's) recognizes all the credit you've earned in your associate degree and sets you on a direct path to completing your bachelor's degree. 

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Experiential learning bridges classroom study with real-world opportunities. You can enhance your studies through internships, fellowships, study abroad and a variety of co-curricular and other learning opportunities. Many students participate in an experiential learning program on campus while also serving as an intern with an outside employer.

BLOOMBERG BUSINESS RESEARCH CENTER

The School of Business is home to the Bloomberg Business Research Center. The dynamic space features 12 terminals, equipped with Bloomberg Professional, the software that aids professionals in business and financial research. The terminals are integrated into the Finance and Accounting programs, and students from any major can use them to obtain a certification in  Bloomberg Marketing Concepts. 

BUSINESS STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Joining a business student organization is a great way to make friends and professional contacts, while boosting your resume. Clubs include the Accounting Association, Business Book Club, Business Honor Society, Enactus, Investment Club, Sales Club, and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Thanks to the generosity of successful BW alumni and corporate partners, the School of Business offers scholarships for both prospective and current undergraduate students.