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Business Administration

The Mills business administration major and minor provide students with practical, employment-ready skills while enhancing their ability to creatively address social and environmental issues. The business administration major includes multiple opportunities for students to explore their roles in their communities and in civil society and to think critically about how for-profit and nonprofit organizations can lead change. They explore how entrepreneurs can build financially sustainable organizations that solve social and environmental problems. They learn to tackle complex problems, communicate their ideas persuasively, and work effectively across cultural differences. The business administration major bridges “thinking” and “doing” by providing multiple points of connection between ideas and application, culminating in a senior project that integrates the interdisciplinary strands of the major into a consulting project prepared and delivered to an external client organization.

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Last Updated: 6/22/17