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Business Administration

Doing business in a global environment takes more than technical know-how. It requires a sophisticated worldview and a razor-sharp ability to analyze processes, negotiate relationships and temper instinct with intellect.

Skills like those don’t come easy. You can’t just study business; you have to become a quick study in business.

St. Norbert’s internationally focused liberal arts environment helps you do just that as you earn your Bachelor of Business Administration degree in one of three majors:
As a general business administration major, you have the option to focus your studies with one of five concentrations:
  • General management
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human resource management
  • Global business
You may also broaden your career prospects by pairing a seven-course business administration minor with the major of your choice. Students who are interested in business administration may also be interested in our economics program of study.

A Business Administration Degree at Work
Business courses demand attention to deadlines, group work and careful case studies. These experiences build the cooperative spirit and critical-thinking skills that drive success in any business setting.

Employers know they benefit most when business acumen comes paired with strong ethics and civic-mindedness. As a business administration major, you learn to make decisions that balance the bottom line and the greater good.

Career paths you might follow with a business administration degree include:
  • General management
  • Operations
  • Quality control
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Customer relations
  • Purchasing
  • Market research
  • Banking
  • Personal financial planning
  • Corporate financial management
  • Insurance sales
  • Human resources
  • Small business ownership
Accelerate Your Business Administration Degree
The business internship program lets you earn college credits while you gain business experience in a real-world work setting.

You can also amplify your business education through involvement in organizations like:
When you study abroad as a business administration major, you expand your international business savvy – and in turn expand your job prospects.

Alumni Highlight

Alexa (Brill) Schulze ’18 cooperated faculty on a major economic-impact study for one conceptual redevelopment plan created by local leaders and citizens in the Village of Allouez for the Green Bay Correctional Institution site.

This was the second faculty-student research project for Schulze, who previously worked on a study of food insecurity in downtown Green Bay and Brown County.

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Alumni Highlight

Matthew Gonnering ’98 leads with eudaimonia – a word and a concept that has attracted attention far beyond the global marketing technology he leads. In fact, Forbes magazine has featured this SNC-grown CEO of Happiness.

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Faculty Highlight

With decision-making in time of disaster as her scholarly focus, Lucy Arendt (Business Administration) is seldom far from the action.

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