Marian University offers minors in business, accounting, and finance.

Bachelor's degrees

Choose a university where you'll learn business by doing business.

As Byrum School of Business student, you'll get the education and experience you need to launch a successful business career. How?

  • With a hands-on, project-based approach to teaching and learning that simulates how real business is done in real workplaces.
  • By completing an experiential curriculum that connects best practices, personal leadership development, and collaborative opportunities that yield innovative solutions to real business problems.
  • Through immersing yourself in a values-based campus culture that emphasizes sound, ethical approaches to business leadership, including responsible stewardship.

Flexible options for creating a custom plan of study.

  • Because all business students complete common core courses during their first two years, you can easily change business majors through the end of your sophomore year.
  • Consider adding a double-major, academic minor, or concentration to your degree program. In many cases, this can make you even more marketable after graduation. Talk with your advisor and explore your options.
  • Use elective courses to gain complementary knowledge and skills in subjects that relate to specific types of careers or industries.

For admission information

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

For program specifics

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

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