The School of Business at Trinity University provides business education distinctively grounded in the liberal arts, where academically and professionally qualified faculty engage and prepare students for meaningful lives of leadership and service in the global marketplace.
The School of Business offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees, in addition to having a high quality Master of Science program in accounting. All of the School's programs are accredited by AACSB - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
Our approximately 500 majors and 20 graduate accounting students are a diverse group with a variety of interests. Many double major, combining one of the five business majors with practically every other major at Trinity. Students may also minor in business or business administration legal studies.
The School houses three departments, providing the opportunity for specialized study:
Each department boasts outstanding faculty whose expertise shapes our majors in accounting, business administration (with concentrations in management or marketing), business analytics and technology, finance, and international business.
We believe in experiential learning, and our majors have extensive study abroad opportunities. Indeed, our Bachelor of Science degrees require either study abroad or the fourth semester of a foreign language, and many business majors have studied in Europe, South and Central America, Asia and the Pacific Region. Many majors also complete real world internships for organizations as diverse as local museums, global accounting firms, the San Antonio Spurs, Disney, and AT&T.
Our graduates work all over the United States and the world for companies such as Accenture, Apple, Bank of America, BearingPoint, Citigroup, Dell, Microsoft, Proctor & Gamble, and the Big Four accounting firms. Our graduates also often undertake graduate study in either business or law at some of the best graduate schools in the country.
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