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B.S. in Business majors will receive a professionally oriented business degree that prepares them for the business world of today -- and of tomorrow.

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Degree Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) is a professionally oriented business degree for individuals who are seeking a broad education and solid grounding in the common body of business knowledge. This interdisciplinary perspective provides a versatile base for mobility into many industries and prepares our graduates for the business world of today—and of tomorrow. The degree combines the theoretical underpinnings of core business disciplines, notably management, marketing, finance, and supply chain management, with applied study in a practical setting. Students develop written and oral communication skills, acquire contemporary computer skills, and engage in active and collaborative learning throughout the program. Through the choice of an 18-credit option, students develop a specialty related to a key business sector. The program also provides opportunities for students to conduct undergraduate research, participate in a collaborative project, or complete an internship. Courses are offered days and evenings to meet the needs of both traditional and adult learners.

Need more information?

To request information about our Business program, please complete our online Request Information Form.

For more information about the Bachelor of Science in Business at Penn State Berks, please e-mail Business Program Coordinator, John Guiseppe (jag52@psu.edu) or call 610-396-6008.

For more information about the Penn State Smeal College of Business program, e-mail acting College Contact & Referral Representative, Mitch Zimmer (miz1@psu.edu) or call 610-396-6334.

For admissions information, please contact the Berks Admissions Office at 610-396-6060.

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