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More than 300 business
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Professional sales program
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ZIPD: Looking at the
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BU first to represent PA in
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Alumnus gift invests in new
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Bridge the classroom to the real world

Bloomsburg University's College of Business is structured so every student is exposed to the full range of business disciplines at the start of their college experience. This will help you make the best career choice and prepare you for a leadership role in that career.

Through the support of a $1.67 million gift from successful alumni couple Terry '76 and JoAnn Schultz Zeigler '77, you will have the opportunity to meet with visiting executive speakers and network with business leaders and alumni.

You will also attend seminars on resume writing, interviewing and building a portfolio. Add to that special programs to develop the soft skills that you need ... how to navigate a corporate meeting or a business lunch ... and you can expect to graduate as a polished professional.

The College of Business offers programs accredited by AACSB International and a business education program accredited by the National Council for Teacher Education, as well as a Minor in Business and three graduate programs

Business Programs of Study

AACSB-accredited schools have the highest quality faculty, relevant and challenging curriculum, and provide educational and career opportunities that are not found at other business schools.

College of Business NEWSLETTER

Veronica Krolikowski, a management major, was named this year’s top business graduate with a 4.0 GPA. While growing up, she enjoyed visiting quaint, small towns with her family’s concession business and exploring the cuisine and lifestyle of places abroad.

As a teenager, Veronica was exposed to travel, lodging, and marketing as a vocational area, which provided real-world work experience in the restaurant and lodging industries. To gain inspiration from traveling and save up capital to open the tea room, Veronica plans to work as a flight attendant after graduation.


College of Business

Dean of College of Business
   Jeffrey Krug
Administrative Assistant
   Sharon Coombe
Administrative Assistant
  Traci Fetterman

Sutliff Hall
Phone: 570-389-4745
Fax: 570-389-3892