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A BSBA customized for your future.
Take four years of immersive and practical business education, pair it with a minor in your area of interest. Add an internship or two. Participate in on-campus clubs, such as Stiller Women in Business. Study abroad in Dublin, Montreal, or almost anywhere in the world. (Don't forget to add an internship while you're abroad.) Then join Stiller School alumni from around the world in making a difference through business.
In Champlain’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) program, you’ll choose a concentration to focus your studies. By gaining deep knowledge and experience in a specific area, you’ll tailor your professional background to better prepare you to reach your career goals.
Our career-focused education will give you a strong advantage when you graduate, whether you want to enter the workplace right away or head to graduate school.
Bring your business or build it while you are at Champlain! You shouldn't have to wait until after graduation to pursue your goals. If you already have a business that you want to grow—or you're inspired to launch your first business while still a student—our one-of-a-kind Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is here for you. No matter what stage your business is in, our faculty can help you take it to the next level.
Over the past seven years, the Robert P. Stiller School of Business has received a prestigious grant from the Freeman Foundation that has allowed more than 100 students to travel to various countries in Asia for summer internships. Shanghai, China, has been the primary destination, and a new partnership has opened up opportunities in Kyoto, Japan.
This opportunity provides our students with the chance to gain both international and professional work experience—along with valuable cultural and language skills—with little out-of-pocket expense.
Champlain's Upside-Down Curriculum got me started in business classes right away, and I quickly realized I love my major! It gave me the peace of mind I needed because I didn't have to wait until junior year to figure out if I was on the right path.SADIE MACKINNON, ’21