Bowling Green State University College Of Business Administration
The Bowling Green State University College of Business Administration is the business school of Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. BGSU's Business Administration College is recognized as one of the top business schools by The Princeton Review. This well-respected publication also ranked BGSU number two among Ohio business schools in academic experience and admission selectivity, a Top 10 school for minority student opportunities, and Top 15 in the U.S. for preparation in the area of accounting. BGSU's College of Business is one of only 171 colleges in the world accredited by AACSB International in both business and accounting.
The Supply Chain Management Program within the College of Business Administration has been ranked as a Top 20 program in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for three consecutive years. Students and their organizations have competed and placed in the Top 10 in a variety of national and international competitions, placing BGSU at the top of business schools nationwide to accomplish this.
Undergraduate students at BGSU earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and then specialize from among 12 areas, including the new I-Degree specialization, a program where students can design their degree. Additionally, five master's programs are offered including the MBA (full-time,executive MBA, and Professional MBA), Master of Accountancy, Master of Economics, Master of Science in Applied Statistics, and Master of Organizational Development.
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