University of Vermont

School of Business Administration
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A Message from the Dean

Welcome to the University of Vermont School of Business Administration. We prepare students to become responsible business leaders in a dynamic, complex and sustainable global economy. Leaders who question, take initiative and know there's a better way to do business.

We are closely connected to, and are strongly supported by, our alumni and business community, who are committed to our student's academic experience and success. By offering significant experiential learning experiences, our students are continually challenged to ignite their careers and make significant impacts.

Our faculty members excel in education and research, and offer a demanding curriculum that develops critical thinking along with strong quantitative and analytical skills.

Are you content with "business as usual" or are you someone who is interested in business to change the world? Our Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA) program trains students to create profitable and sustainable businesses.

Our Masters of Accounting (MAcc) program sharpens students' skills in the core areas of business communication, career development, ethics and research, while continuing to provide the solid foundation in accounting that leads to successful careers in public accounting, finance and beyond.

Our innovative Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration provides a distinctive focus around three strategic themes:
• Global Business
• Sustainable Business
• Entrepreneurship

Four concentrations: Finance, Accounting, Marketing and Business Analytics, provide a unique insight into the management challenges in today’s business world.

Our students, faculty, alumni and staff are engaged and passionate about building better organizations and a better society. I invite you to visit our School and join us in an unforgettable learning experience.

Dr. Sanjay Sharma, Dean, School of Business Administration Dr. Sanjay Sharma, Dean, School of Business Administration

Last modified July 14 2014 09:25 AM