The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration allows students to learn the essential skills and principles needed in today’s business world. A core grouping of fifteen essential courses provides a solid background for an entry-level position in today’s workforce, or the foundation for more concentrated studies or graduate work. Caldwell University strives to provide students with professional skills which, combined with academic knowledge, produce the appropriate skillset to succeed in a business career. Many students double-major in Business Administration and another non-business major.
The School of Business and Computer Science provides comprehensive offerings for students seeking either general or specialized degrees in the fields of business and technology. The School of Business and Computer Science offers the following degree programs:
- Business Administration
- Esports Management
- Financial Economics
- Healthcare Administration
- Sport Management
- Computer Science
- Computer Information Systems (Business Systems)
- Computer Information Systems (Information Technology)
Our increasingly-popular five-year tracks (BS/MBA and BS/MS Accounting) are rigorous programs for motivated students seeking to advance their business skills on an expedited basis.
Faculty emphasis extends beyond academics to fostering students’ business interpersonal skills and practical experiences through internships and international travel study trips. Business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) as noted; all other programs are aligned with applicable accreditation standards and will pursue full accreditation when eligible.
A Catholic Liberal Arts Education
At the core of a Caldwell education is our liberal arts curriculum, designed to guide students to critical thinking skills, appreciate diverse cultures, and acquire a moral and civic awareness.
Students develop the whole self as they absorb learning through our liberal arts core: the humanities; the physical and biological sciences, and mathematics; and the social sciences.