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.

What's Happening at the CBA

CBA Student is a Speech Competition Finalist

Alexandria Schall, a senior majoring in Business Administration, is presenting The Truth about Water Fluoridation as a finalist in the School of Communication's third annual speech competition. She will vie for cash prizes and title of most persuasive speech on Wednesday, April 23. The finals will be in the ballroom of Quaker Square at 6 p.m. The event is open to students, faculty and staff. Five students remain after presenting their speeches in the preliminary round.

Information Systems Management Students Place High in National Competition

Three members of the College of Business Administration’s Information Systems Management team -- (pictured left to right) Johnny Gless, Mark Mast, and Sean Blasko -- took second place in one of four tracks in the Association for Information Systems (AIS) Student Chapter Conference and Competition in Tempe, Ariz., held over Spring Break.

Finalists from 28 schools across the U.S. and elsewhere were invited to participate onsite in this international competition after successfully completing an earlier virtual competition round. The student teams presented their cases, developed during the virtual round, to a panel of corporate and academic judges. Read more.

CBA Recognizes Top Juniors Seniors, Graduate Students and Faculty for Achievements

On April 4, 2014, at a banquet and induction ceremony for the Kappa of Ohio Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the CBA honored fifty-nine of the College’s best and brightest students and three outstanding faculty members (listed below). The 20 juniors, 23 seniors and 16 master’s students represent the top 10 percent of the junior and senior classes and the top 20 percent of the master’s class, based on academic ranking. Dr. Frederik Beuk, assistant professor of marketing, Dr. Debmalya Mukherjee, associate professor of management, and Dr. James Thomson, department chair and professor of finance were also inducted based on their outstanding academic accomplishments and their contributions to the College.


Information Systems Management team secures a victory
CBA's Best and Brightest Induction Ceremony - 2014
Sherwin-Williams CEO headlines Goodyear-sponsored forum at UA, addresses students


(May 01) Gateway/Foundation Course Waiver Exam Schedule
(May 05) Final examination period for Spring Semester 2014
(May 09) Commencement Ceremonies
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