Undergraduate Programs | Grossman School of Business | The University of Vermont(title)

The demanding undergraduate and graduate curriculum at the Grossman School of Business promises to develop strong quantitative, conceptual analysis, and technology skills. Students expand their classroom experiences working together and with faculty on applied projects in real business settings.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Our undergraduate program combines depth of knowledge in the functional disciplines of accounting, business analytics, finance, and marketing, and our constant drive for quality across everything we do has grown our reputation as a business school. Whether you are planning to attend college for the first time or transferring from another institution, we invite you to join our tight-knit Grossman School community.

While many business schools grant degrees in specific areas, such as finance or accounting, all of our students earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.Bus.Admin.) degree that reflects an encompassing business education. Your studies begin with a core curriculum that develops strong quantitative, analysis, and technology skills. Specialty training builds off that core with focused coursework and experience. You'll also get in-depth training in a concentration you select once you've had a chance to explore interests, as well as choose a strategic theme. The result is a well-rounded professional employers want, with a big picture view that sets you up for long-term success. 

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Interdisciplinary Themes

The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration provides a distinctive focus on three interdisciplinary strategic themes. All students must choose one theme. All students must complete three to four courses (depending on their choice) within their chosen theme, including one interdisciplinary "capstone" course in the fourth year.

Students who complete our undergraduate program receive a B.S.Bus.Admin. with an interdisciplinary theme in one of the three areas. 


In addition to completing the requirements for the interdisciplinary theme, all students must choose one concentration. All students must complete four to five courses (depending on their choice) within their chosen concentration. Students can pursue more than one concentration.

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Experiential Learning

At GSB, there are many opportunities to explore your career outside of the classroom before you step foot in the “real world”—from case competitions and student organizations, to internships and study abroad.

Student Opportunities
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Apply to the Grossman School

UVM has a centralized admissions process. All students interested in gaining entrance to UVM and majoring in Business Administration should complete an application and add UVM to their list of schools. Within the Common Application, you'll have the opportunity to designate us as your selected major.

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