Video and Overview of Programs

Chaminade offers these business degree programs for full-time undergraduates:

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Our undergraduate business programs get students involved in the dynamic world of business and large organizations.

Public Disclosure of Accreditation

Chaminade University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), located in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE:

Business Programs

Productive working relationships are vital to success in business. It’s not just who you know, it's what you can do together.

Our business programs go beyond the traditional classroom model and offer a range of opportunities for students to develop "people skills" as well as business skills through close working relationships with peers, instructors and mentors. This philosophy extends from the classroom to our exceptional internship program, our nationally recognized service-learning programs, and the Hogan entrepreneurial program that mentors students into successful business leaders. This depth of personal interaction is a distinctive characteristic of the Chaminade business program.

Outstanding Faculty

Many of our faculty are graduates of the nation’s top business and professional schools, including Harvard, UCLA, Wisconsin, Virginia, and more. At many schools, undergraduates do not have much personal access to faculty of this caliber. Chaminade’s low student-to-faculty ratio (17-to-1) and philosophy of a hands-on education has created an ideal environment for students to work closely with outstanding, but also accessible, faculty.

Learning Experiences

Outstanding hands-on learning experiences available to undergraduates include:

  • Service-learning: Service-learning projects are a integral part of the business curriculum, from freshman though senior year. These projects give students and opportunity to use what they've learned in the classroom in a wide variety of community settings. For example, our award-winning Tax Clinics allow accounting students to get work experience with real-life clients, and at the same time assist homeless, low-income or immigrant families.

  • Our successful senior team field project was designed for students to engage in vital business issues with real organizations, and apply business models and knowledge learned in class. We develop our undergraduate senior capstone projects around a real-world problem, often with a non-profit organization, that can be directly utilized to help the less fortunate.

  • The Hogan Entrepreneurial Program pairs students with entrepreneurial business leaders in a mentor-mentee relationship. Regular weekly meetings afford students the opportunity to develop up close and personal experiences with established entrepreneurs. Note: The Hogan Entrepreneurial Program is available to all majors.