Your career in business starts with your unique talents. Get the personalized support to shape your educational experience to fit your interests and goals. The Carlson School offers an intensive course of study that culminates in a Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) degree.
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Pick your Major
Study subjects you’re passionate about. The Carlson School offers 10 majors and 13 minors that align with your strengths and passions.
Dive Right In
Start studying business immediately. You will take business classes in your first semester—unlike at other business schools where you might have to wait up to two years to begin exploring business topics.
Explore the Breadth of Business
Sample all that business has to offer. In your sophomore year, you will take Immersion Core: a series of courses that span all the foundational disciplines of business. The Immersion Core experience is done in a cohort so you will take all four classes together with a dedicated group of students and start forming strong connections with your peers.
Explore the World
Choose an international experience to expand your cultural perspective, engage in the world of international business, and build lasting friendships. The Carlson School offers international programs in dozens of countries worldwide.
Learn by Doing
Put new lessons to work in the real business world. You will have countless opportunities to participate in case competitions, internships, mentorship experiences, and company visits.
Engage your Instructors
Get one-on-one attention from your instructors. Small class sizes allow you to weigh in on the discussion. Beyond the classroom, faculty members are approachable and available to guide your learning.
Trust an Accredited Program
The Carlson School is accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB is the premier accrediting agency for business administration and accounting programs.