• Bachelor of Business Administration

    Hamline’s bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree program offers the essentials of business within a liberal arts framework.

    The Bachelor of Business Administration degree is designed to complement the liberal studies of Hamline University by providing students with breadth and depth of understanding in core business disciplines. All Hamline BBA degree-earners will graduate with a wide range of abilities to manage and lead successful organizations in the face of our modern and increasingly complex world.

    BBA Concentrations

  • Learn More

    Connect with an Admission counselor and request information to learn more pursuing a degree at Hamline.

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    Already a Hamline student? Contact Beth Gunderson, Undergraduate Program Director, at 651-523-2263 or egunderson@hamline.edu.

  • Law School Early Admission (3-3) Option

    Students seeking to enter law school may pursue this major through the Law School Early Admission (3-3) Program. If interested, meet with the Beth Gunderson, School of Business Undergraduate Program Director and a Legal Studies faculty member by the end of your first year at Hamline.

    Visit the Law School Early Admission (3-3) Program for more details.

  • News

    All three of the 2016 Minnesota City/County Management Association awards went to alumni of Hamline’s Master of Public Administration and Doctorate of Public Administration programs.

    Dr. Peggy Andrews, director of the Hamline MBA program and lecturer in the Management, Marketing, and Public Administration Department, was the keynote speaker at the Minnesota Association of Colleges and Employers Conference on Friday, May 13.

    Hamline School of Business presents the Nonprofit Leadership Forum on Monday, June 6, 2016 from 4-6:30 p.m. in Klas Center's Kay Fredericks Room. Join nonprofit and city leaders for a cross-sector discussion regarding a case about to be decided by the Minnesota Supreme Court relating to city fees and assessments on otherwise tax-exempt charities and churches.