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Department of Management

Welcome to the Department of Management! With more than 1100 students in our programs, we are one of the largest departments at Boise State University.

The Department of Management offers AACSB-accredited bachelor’s degrees in business administration. Our faculty members and programs prepare students for careers in business operations, sales, nonprofit management, human resources, and entrepreneurship. In one of our bachelor of business administration programs, you will learn to work with people and numbers, think critically and creatively, and become a versatile business professional.

We are part of the College of Business and Economics. Find us on the second floor of the Micron Business and Economics Building.

Healthy businesses are the engine of a strong economy, and companies are always seeking bright new talent to help solve problems.

A business administration degree from Boise State University gives students the skills and adaptability to work in local, national, and global organizations. Many students build careers within the government or pursue an advanced degree.

We invite you to explore our business administration degrees.

Business Administration

Major in Business Administration

Entrepreneurship Management

Major or Minor in Entrepreneurship Management

Human Resources Management

Major or Minor in Human Resources Management

Management Online

Complete a Management Degree Online

International Business

Major or Minor in International Business

Nonprofit Management

Minor or Certificate in Nonprofit Management

AACSB-Accredited since 1979

The College of Business and Economics (COBE) at Boise State University is one of the few business schools in the world that has achieved AACSB accreditation for our business school and our accountancy program. We are among the less than five percent of business schools worldwide to earn AACSB accreditation.

Learn more about our accreditation

Department of Management News

Liam Maher publishes book chapter on organizational politics
Liam Maher publishes recruitment study paper
Christy Suciu selected for prestigious lectureship in Germany
Shaunn Mattingly invited to work at I-Corp site
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