Undergraduate Business Education

Earning an undergraduate business degree at the University of Miami School of Business Administration opens up endless career opportunities for graduates.

The School’s innovative undergraduate business curriculum takes on a global perspective with hands-on real-world learning from day one, providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today's increasingly competitive economy.
Global Perspectives

Students and Faculty from Around the World

The best and brightest students from all over the U.S. and all over the world come here to learn from an internationally-recognized faculty in one of the world's most dynamic and diverse cities on the planet. Our diversity and the sense of inclusion students find here, coupled with numerous international learning opportunities, provide an unparalleled opportunity to gain global perspective. Hear about it from Riva Trivedi.

MORE ABOUT GLOBAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
Special Programss

Real-World Learning Opportunities

Students build real-world critical thinking skills through unique experiential learning programs, clubs and organizations such as the Hyperion Council. Hear about it from Alexa Coyle.

more about special programs

Clubs and Organizations

See All
Women in Business

Women in Business

Open to the entire university, Women in Business holds bi-monthly meetings, brings unique speakers, and places a priority on community service.

Entrepreneurship Club

Entrepreneurship Club

The Entrepreneurship club is open to all students interested in exploring the world of business ownership. Local entrepreneurs serve as guest speakers and resources to the organization.

'Canes Investing Association

'Canes Investing Association

The 'Canes Investing Association helps prepare students for careers in finance by hosting industry professionals that deal with investments daily. The Association also holds career-focused events for members.

Student Perspectives

Meet Guadalupe Alvarez

Hear about the one-on-one attention, diversity, and opportunities to become a global citizen that Guadalupe Alvarez, who's from Armenia, has experienced as a business student.

Back to top