At the Lindner College of Business, we provide you with real-world business experiences to help you cultivate your passions and develop your skills. At Lindner, you’ll have the opportunity to work full-time through our internship and co-op programs. These opportunities let you test out your major and discover what type of work you enjoy the most.
Lindner students work locally, nationally, and internationally with organizations like Under Armour, Goldman Sachs, Hershey, Tesla, and The Brandery. That real-world work experience will provide you with a huge competitive advantage when you enter the job market, and a head start in finding what you're passionate about.
With flexible program options at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business, you will experience a customized education that encourages you to explore the diverse field of business. Learn through an immersion of practice and theory with our real-world curriculum, including integrated co-op and study abroad programs.
Lindner offers Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management, and Bachelor of Arts in Economics degrees. All programs feature a first-year experience, hands-on learning, student mentors, small cohorts, and dedicated faculty. Students in each program have access to business honors, possible scholarships, and study abroad opportunities in Asia, Europe, Latin America and South America.
All programs focus on professional development and career preparation through résumé writing, networking, and mock interviews.
Which degree is right for you? Review the information below!
Bachelor of Business Administration
A BBA program is relevant to students with a wide variety of career interests. Personal strengths of BBA students typically include strong quantitative and communication skills. The first two years of the BBA program build an academic base in business foundations and liberal arts.The BBA degree offers the following specializations:
- Business Economics
- Information Systems
- Insurance and Risk Management
- International Business
- Operations Management
- Real Estate
Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics
The BS in Business Analytics program is ideal for students whose career interests include solving business problems using data in all functional areas. Relevant career paths include supply chain management, marketing, finance, human resources, sales, and more. Business Analytics students leave the program prepared for careers in multiple fields including non-profit, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, insurance, and government. BS-BA students possess strong quantitative, analytical thinking, and communication skills. The first two years of the program build an academic base in business foundations, mathematics, analytics, and liberal arts.
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
If your career interests include applying economic theories to finance, labor relations, poverty reduction, or public policy, a BA in Economics may be right for you. Economics undergraduates bring strong quantitative and analytical thinking skills to their coursework. The program's first two years build an academic base in economics and liberal arts.
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management
The BS in Industrial Management program is ideal for students whose career interests include production management, supply chain and logistics, process engineering, six-sigma quality management, and project management. Industrial Management students develop strong quantitative and science-based skills, and the program's first two years build a base in business foundations, engineering, science, and liberal arts.