The top-ranking School of Business and Management endeavors to give students a world-class business education with global exposure. We offer diverse program choices (nine BBA and two BSc programs), ample opportunities for learning outside the classroom, such as corporate projects and internship programs, and strong career and alumni networks. Our students’ success is our business.
Our curriculum is designed to provide the greatest possible flexibility to accommodate our students' academic strengths and interests. In the first three terms, regardless of their admission route, all business and management students are exposed to a wide variety of business and other foundational subjects to build a broad base of knowledge in the field. From the second term of Year 2, students take additional courses required by individual majors to gain solid knowledge in their specialization.
In addition, students can take one or more of the 24 minors offered by the School of Engineering, School of Humanities and Social Science, or School of Science, e.g. Design, Entrepreneurship, China Studies, Mathematics, or Social Science. Of the 2019 graduating class, 77.6% completed their degrees with additional majors or minors.
Planned major seats of individual programs for reference:
BSc Programs (Planned Major Seats)
- Economics and Finance (55)
- Quantitative Finance (40)
BBA Programs (Planned Major Seats)
- Economics (100)
- Finance (130)
- Global Business (55)
- Information Systems (180)
- Management (190)
- Marketing (205)
- Operations Management (140)
- Professional Accounting (200)
Joint-School Programs and Joint-University Program
Students who are interested in multiple academic areas may enroll in joint-school programs or interdisciplinary programs via major selection exercise. Students who wish to maximize their global exposure may join the self-financed World Bachelor in Business program jointly offered with the University of Southern Caifornia and Bocconi University. Please refer to the “Admissions and Programs” section for details.