Business Administration, B.S.

Learn how to effectively manage organizations, people and processes.

As organizations look to navigate the evolution of globalization, technology and economic uncertainty, finding employees with a comprehensive business skill set is more important than ever.

With a curriculum focused on practical, hands-on skills, Lewis' business administration degree program will prepare you with the precise abilities and knowledge necessary to help public, private and nonprofit organizations make smarter business decisions.

As a Business Administration degree student at Lewis University, you will:
  • Learn practical financial and economic skills
  • Investigate the impact of diversity, technology and globalization on the business world
  • Develop leadership, communication and problem-solving skills specific to the business environment
  • Develop an ethical, values-based framework for decision making
Plus, by adding a minor in Information Systems, Networking Technology or International Business, you can develop specialized strategic training to increase your marketability.

Start customizing your Business Administration degree program curriculum today!

Minor Options Double-Major Option
Accounting, Information Systems, Economics, Finance and Marketing majors may earn an additional major in Business Administration by completing the following coursework.

Fast-Track MBA Option
Plus, for those students looking to earn their MBA, you can fast-track your MBA degree and earn your master's with 30 additional credit hours (rather than the standard 36-54) by planning your undergraduate programming accordingly.

Student Talk

  • Bryan Durkin '82 '93
    Chief Commercial Officer, CME Group

    "Graduates are prepared to contribute to your field of study, to your community, and to your family."




  • Victoria Jorden

    "What's so unique about the Business Administration major is that it's the foundation of all the Business programs offered here at Lewis. If I wanted to get into Accounting or HR, I would be able to do so from the coursework provided, and be successful."