University of Vermont

2012-2013 Catalogue

School of Business Administration (BSAD)

Contact Information

The University of Vermont
School of Business Administration
Student Services
101 Kalkin Hall
55 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, VT 05405-0158

Phone: (802) 656-4015
Fax: (802) 656-4078

Web Site Link out of catalogue site.


The School of Business Administration at the University of Vermont prepares students for careers in management in a dynamic global economy and fosters recognition of the importance of ethical, social, and environmental responsibility. The school cultivates and supports a faculty that excels in management education, research, and practice. The school also commits itself to a special obligation to serve the citizens of Vermont. It strives to be the best business program of its size. The faculty and staff are committed to developing leaders prepared for a dynamic, global workplace. The curriculum is designed to support the following learning outcomes:

Global and Civic Awareness
an awareness of global business issues and cultural differences
an understanding of environmental issues facing business
an ability to engage in ethical reasoning
an awareness of social responsibility issues facing business
an awareness of the political and legal context of business
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Demonstrate ability to:
acquire appropriate data and information
use analytical tools
interpret and evaluate results of analysis
use results to resolve issues
Business Skills
Communication skills
  • Oral
  • Written
Leadership skills
Team skills
Information technology skills
Business Fundamentals
Demonstrate knowledge of:
Management and organization
Management information systems
Production and operations management

During their first two years, students build the conceptual and analytical base for studying the art and science of management. They partially complete general education requirements and learn required skills for upper level business courses. Students take business field courses and business discipline concentration courses in their junior and senior years.

The School of Business Administration cooperates with the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences in offering a B.S. in Engineering Management. The school offers two minors: a minor in Accounting, and a minor in Business Administration.

The undergraduate and graduate programs offered by the school are accredited by AACSB International: The International Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

The offices of the School of Business Administration are located in Kalkin Hall.


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in:

Human Resource Management
International Business
Management and the Environment
Management Information Systems
Production and Operations Management


Students planning to transfer to the School of Business Administration from another college or school on campus must meet the prerequisite requirements. Internal Transfer applicants must complete [[course:MATH 019]] and [[course:MATH 020]] (Calculus I and II) and [[course:EC 011]] and [[course:EC 012]] (Macro and Micro Economics) before being considered for transfer. Applications may be obtained in Student Services, 101 Kalkin Hall or online: [[ Student Services]].


Students are presumed to have basic microcomputer literacy, including working knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software. Students lacking this basic knowledge are responsible for attaining it through course work, self study, tutorials or workshops.


Students are asked to purchase a portable computer and the software suite that meets the requirements of the School of Business Administration.


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