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Graham School of Management

The Graham School of Management develops business leaders for personal, professional and service excellence.  Personal excellence means that students grow and develop throughout their lives and contribute to human dignity and the common good. Professional excellence means that students learn to think critically, solve problems, communicate and think wisely, and understand how to succeed in business. Service excellence means that students serve wisely and compassionately.

Undergraduate programs offered by the Graham School of Management include a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with concentrations in accounting, digital marketing, hospitality management and management; business minors in business administration, digital marketing, finance, hospitality management, and management. The Graham School of Management also offers a Bachelor of Business Administration Fast-Track degree, with a finance concentration as well. This is an accelerated, transfer degree program that was designed with the adult student in mind.

Study Abroad and Exchange Programs

The Graham School of Management, in conjunction with the Center for International Education (CIE), offers a variety of study abroad and exchange programs. Contact the director of CIE for further information.

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate, a student must have a cumulative business major grade-point average of 2.25 and no more than two D's in business courses.

Special Options

Saint Xavier University provides various options through which students can demonstrate subject-matter mastery of certain courses. If successfully passed or completed, credit toward the degree is awarded. Business credit can be derived from the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), Excelsior exams, American Council of Education (ACE) credit and through portfolio assessment (credit for prior learning). For more details, see the general University guidelines.

Note: The Graham School of Management administration reserves the right to designate which courses may earn credit through the CLEP/portfolio process.