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Studying Business Administration at Weber State

Business administration is a flexible degree for students with a passion for leadership and management, opening doors to a variety of career possibilities from international big business to small local entities.

Business Administration Highlights

Small class sizes, taught by faculty who engage in your personal and professional growth through hands-on learning, provide an environment that nurtures long-term student success.

Weber’s John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics is accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This distinction is held by fewer than 6% of all business schools.

Beyond the Classroom

Weber State’s Goddard School of Business has strong relationships with prestigious businesses, offering internships where you’ll connect education with experience. Many of our students move into full-time employment following their internship.

Tyler Ford

Class of 2023

"The ability to talk to my professors one-on-one made an enormous difference. Realizing they were there for me was a breakthrough in my educational experience. As a first-generation college student, I didn't know the ins and outs. I felt taken under their wing and helped through it."

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

You’ll develop the leadership and people skills to be effective in any business, as well as technical skills that play an important role in business administration. Gain a strong foundation in project management, purchasing, insurance underwriting/claims and more.

What You CAN DO After Weber

A business administration degree from Weber State prepares you for corporate, nonprofit and government careers including:

  • Business analyst
  • Business manager
  • Production manager
  • Customer service manager

You’ll also be prepared for graduate studies, including Weber State’s Master of Business Administration (MBA), law school and other programs. If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.

Faculty Perspective


One of my favorite moments as a professor is when our classroom discussion spills over to one-on-one brainstorming sessions with students about innovation and ideas for their new businesses.

Dave Noack