Saint Xavier University Graham School of Management

Graham School of Management

Graham School of Management

At the Graham School of Management (GSM) at Saint Xavier University, academic excellence and social responsibility form the cornerstones of our mission. Our comprehensive, innovative curriculum matched with our experiential learning opportunities thoroughly prepare students to serve as leaders in the business industry and meet the needs of the 21st century workforce.

Whether you're interested in a bachelor's degree or MBA, our undergraduate and graduate degree business programs provide a flexible, first-rate education with online and classroom instruction; accelerated, fast-track programs; and dual degree options, all taught by our faculty with real-world experience.

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration

The General Education Program is integrated into all majors and disciplines. Students who excel academically may be invited into the Honors Program.

Graduate Programs

Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration with the Chicago Police Department

Master of Science in Accounting

Graduate Dual Degree Programs

Alumni reflect on their experience at the Graham School of Management at Saint Xavier University in the video below:

AACSB LogoGSM is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB), one of the highest standards for business schools worldwide. We are also a signatory of the United Nations-sponsored Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) that we partner with to integrate business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability into our curriculum.

We foster business partnerships and maintain relationships with alumni who serve as mentors to our students, as many have graduated from our programs, successfully going on to work as business professionals regionally, nationally and globally.

Alumni Spotlight

Listen to Kimberly Kozak as she shares her experience as a transfer student at the Graham School of Management.