Saint Xavier University Graham School of Management

GSM Undergraduate Programs

Graham School of Management Undergraduate Programs

The Graham School of Management's undergraduate programs prepare students to become responsible and effective business executives in a diverse and changing global society. Each program provides an innovative curriculum designed to provide a sound foundation for students who are interested in pursuing a degree that stretches across a multitude of industries to suit students' talents and interests, while giving them the competitive edge to employers.

As a student in any one of GSM's undergraduate programs, you will:

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Business Program Options

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program contains the following areas of concentration:

Please review the course descriptions in the SXU Academic Catalog for detailed course information.

Business minors are available in the areas of business administration, finance, hospitality management, management and marketing. All business minors are designed to meet the needs of students specializing in the sciences or the arts and whose career opportunities may lead to positions in business or a related field. All minors are designed to provide a sound orientation in basic elements of the selected field.

The business and accounting certificate programs are designed for those wishing a more rigorous preparation than provided by the minor in business administration. Certificates are offered in the following areas: business and accounting.

Completion of either of the two certificate programs will make the student more marketable in the increasingly competitive job market.

If you're completing your BBA in accounting and have your sights set on becoming a certified public accountant (CPA), there is no more direct route to the exam than the 4-plus-1 approach. You can earn your Master of Science in Accounting and be ready to sit for the CPA Exam in one year following your undergrad degree.

Graham School offers flexible scheduling, such as night and online courses, to allow you to complete your degree in one year and while still working full-time during the day. In addition, our elective courses also prepare you for the CFE Exam. Illinois requires 150 hours in order to sit for the CPA Exam, which you will have once this degree is earned. We can also provide exam preparation through our partnership with Becker Professional Education.

Contact Information

If you have additional questions, please contact:

Office of Admission
Office: WAC A-226
Phone: 773-298-3050
Fax: 773-298-3076