Business / Business Management

The majors in the Business Administration division at Loras have become some of the most popular and in-demand programs available.  Although the largest academic division on campus, we strive to personalize your experience to your chosen emphasis. 

Leadership, experience, resource, and networking opportunities can be pursued in a number of student organizations, including:
  • Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • Advertising and Marketing Association (AMA)
  • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
  • Financial Management Association (FMA)
  • Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)
  • Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Students benefit from a program that offers an impressive list of classes from which to choose, along with a large number of internships and opportunities to test your knowledge against “real world” situations before graduation.
  • Over 4,500 alums have graduated with an accounting/business major since the program’s founding in 1945.
  • All students take a common core of classes in addition to required courses for their specific major.  This core allows them to broaden their business knowledge, as well as helping focus their interest in a specific area.
  • Committed to graduating students within 4 years, all students majoring in the division will have an advisor who cares about their academic progress and future career success.
  • Loras provides an active division-run internship program, offering local, regional, national, and international opportunities during the traditional academic year as well as summers.
  • Placement rate for graduates annually exceeds 90%.
See what's happening in the business division at Loras!  Read Loras Means Business, our bi-annual business division newsletter.




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