LVC students at Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) event

Business Administration

To lead a business, you'll need expertise in operations, strategy, finance, leadership, marketing, and more. You'll also need to be a deft communicator with the confidence to make hard decisions and the ability to achieve results.

Our B.S. in Business Administration will give you the nuts-and-bolts know-how, plus the leadership and communication skills to help build and lead successful businesses and organizations.

Need-based departmental scholarships are available.

Learn More About the Program

LVC’s ACBSP-accredited program lets you focus your studies with electives in related areas, such as accounting, economics, and finance. Declare a second major and combine business with music, criminal justice, English, science, art, or another area of interest. Full-time faculty do all the advising and care about a student’s individual success.

LVC student group in Maastricht Netherlands

Start Here. Go Everywhere.


As a member of Phi Beta Lambda, our college-level chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America, you can network and gain hands-on experience. Participate in job shadows, mock interview sessions, networking events, and etiquette seminars—all to help you build the suite of skills you’ll need to become a leader.


Continue on at LVC to get an MBA or certificate to expand your repertoire—or come back after you’ve started working. You can get your MBA in as little as a year online.

See the World

Interested in exploring further from home? Study abroad through summer programs including those in Italy and the Netherlands, or spend a semester in London, Belfast, Berlin, and more. Grants are available to support study abroad.

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In Their Words

My classwork has prepared me to succeed, as have the life lessons my professors have taught me. They teach the class content and go above and beyond to help us as people.
Kate Fitzpatrick ’24, Women’s Basketball Co-Captain
I pursued Business at LVC due to the countless opportunities available in and out of the classroom. LVC taught us the skills and knowledge to become the most innovative business leaders after graduation. An LVC degree provides a high-quality education and the key skills employers seek.
Natalie Santangelo ’23, Database Marketing Coordinator, Ocean Casino Resort
LVC’s accounting, business, and economics faculty take a holistic approach to advising, career guidance, course selection and major-minor combinations. This broad, student-centered approach leads to careers that provide more options and growth, and a greater sense of individual purpose in a globalized world.
Dr. Treva Clark, Department Chair and Eugene C. Fish Distinguished Chair of Business

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