The College of Business Administration (CBA) helps students get ready to make a difference through rigorous coursework and developmental opportunities that range from classroom consulting projects, internships, and professional networking, to leadership and business communication training.

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Remembrances of Dr. Stephen F. Hallam

Remembrances of Dr. Stephen F. Hallam

Dr. Hallam, we did not get the chance to bid you a deserving farewell, but we will remember you as a great scholar, an amazing colleague and a great professor.

CBA Students Readying for Competition in Shanghai

CBA Students Readying for Competition in Shanghai

Shanghai is the destination for the UA team competing in the Hult Prize, a prestigious international collegiate competition. The team is composed of Williams Honors College undergraduate students — junior international business and economics major Ariana Ćubela of Kirtland, senior marketing major Kelsey Jones of Green, and freshman computer engineering major SaiPranay Vellala of Rocky River. Jones, this year’s team captain, also was a member of UA’s 2016 Hult Prize Team.

Alexander Became Career Ready and Connected at the CBA

Alexander Became Career Ready and Connected at the CBA

Kaylon Alexander decided to attend The University of Akron, but was not certain he had made the correct choice--until he started his business classes. "The CBA prepares you for your life after college and connects you with people outside of the college who can help."

Special Global Experiences are Why Mack Chose UA's CBA

Special Global Experiences are Why Mack Chose UA's CBA

Callie Mack, Senior, Marketing, explains why global experiential learning opportunities were why she chose the College of Business Administration.

CBA Team Wins Peoples Bank Case Competition

CBA Team Wins Peoples Bank Case Competition

The CBA Team of Layne Scheufler, Preston Matos, Eric Vlahos, with Faculty Advisor Professor Bhanu Balasubramnian (pictured l. to r.) are champions of a hotly contested undergraduate business case competition, besting the other Final Four teams of Marshall, Oberlin, and West Virginia University.

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