Business Degrees

Business Education with Purpose

A business degree opens the door to more opportunities than the average degree program. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 7 out of 10 of the top business occupations boast salaries that are above average. With a business degree from the University of Marian, Wisconsin you will be one of the innovative professionals that organizations all over the world are looking for.

Taught by faculty with decades of real-world industry experience, the business programs at Marian University give students the knowledge they need to be top candidates for their dream positions. Put your passion into action and prepare for that job, salary, or promotion you’ve always wanted.

On-Campus Undergraduate Business Degrees

On-Campus Undergraduate Business Degrees

Each of Marian University’s on-campus undergraduate business degree programs works to shape students into leaders who can set up organizations in the business, government, or non-profit sectors for long-term success. Our courses integrate real-life business challenges into the classroom, and you’ll graduate with an understanding of what it takes to become an in-demand business professional.

Online Business Degrees

Online Business Degrees

Whether you’re looking to further your education or change your career trajectory, our online business degree programs can help you build on the knowledge you already have in a convenient, flexible, and 100% online format. If your professional path points you toward something new, you’ll benefit from our curriculum that focuses on what it takes to succeed in today’s ever-changing business world.

Undergraduate Business Minors

Undergraduate Business Minors

  • Business Administration
  • Management
  • Marketing

Hands-on Education with Purpose

Marian University invests in your success by providing hands-on learning experiences that are aligned with real-world career expectations.

  • Each freshman is offered an externship experience, with 4 out of 5 students engaging in internships, co-ops, field study clinicals, and research before graduation.
  • Students participate in an internship of between 150 and 300 hours at a business either in the U.S. or abroad.
  • You’ll gain the competencies and experience needed to qualify to take the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) or Certified Managerial Accounting (CMA) exams.

Recent graduates have found career success with the following organizations: