Marian University's academic programs include business majors, minors, and concentrations

Byrum School of Business Academic Programs

As an undergraduate student at Marian University, you will complete general education courses designed to provide you with a strong intellectual foundation. You'll focus on building knowledge and skills like:

  • Written communication
  • Speaking and listening
  • Quantitative reasoning
  • Scientific knowledge
  • Behavioral and social knowledge
  • Humanistic and artistic knowledge
  • Ethics, faith, and foundations of thought
  • Broad integrative knowledge and greater depth in at least one field outside your first major

As a Byrum School student, you can choose from five intentionally designed academic majors, two minors, and six concentrations that are built on an experiential learning platform. If you do not major in business, you can add a minor in business to your major plan of study.

All students majoring in business complete a 39-credit common core of business courses in addition to courses that are specific to their major.

Questions about our academic programs? Contact us. We're happy to explain why the Byrum School of Business is where business happens.

For admission information

Office of Undergraduate Admission
(317) 955-6300 or (800) 772-7264
admissions@marian.edu

For program specifics

Thomas Gjerde
Assistant Dean
(317) 955-6455
tgerde@marian.edu

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