Business Administration

Department of Business Administration  •   3rd Floor Memorial Hall  •  


Business Administration

The Department of Business Administration offers eight majors: business administration (BUS), management, accounting (ACC), finance (FIN), international business, management information systems (MIS), marketing (MKT) and a combined major in business and economics. Learn more on the Business Program Overview page.

picture of man in front of mountainYou can study international business and finance in Germany in Summer 2014

Experience an intensive cross-cultural exchange focusing on cutting edge business topics. Spend 2 weeks at a university in Karlsruhe, Germany with visits to Berlin and Strasbourg and 2 weeks with your new German classmates at Augsburg. You’ll participate in company visits, business simulations and case studies, and hear from guest speakers on business topics on a global scale. Learn more and apply for the program by visiting the Augsburg Abroad site!

MBA 4+1 : Five years, two degrees

Beginning in Fall 2014, undergraduate students at Augsburg can complete a bachelor’s degree in Business and an MBA in five years by taking specified undergraduate courses and two semesters of MBA courses. Learn more about the MBA 4 + 1 program.

Auggie Business students in action

Business students at Augsburg do more than learn about balance sheets and supply and demand. The Business Administration Department coordinates with the Center for Global Education, the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work, and the Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning to give students incredible learning experiences through classes, study abroad, internships, and service work.

Read more about Business Students in Action:

  • James “Bubba” Chambers ’07, a U.S. Navy veteran and a Weekend and Evening College student
  • Erica Lippitt ’12 who studied in Mexico
  • Tom Rixen ’12 and Kris Ozga ’11 and the financial literacy program they developed for students
  • John Cerrito ’11 and his internship with KDWB
  • Grant Rostad ’10 and his internship in England with Ernst & Young