The BGSU College of Business Administration is located in northwest Ohio in the city of Bowling Green within driving distance of Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Detroit and Chicago. The College is nationally ranked among the top business programs by U.S. News and World Report, the Princeton Review and Bloomberg Businessweek. The accounting program is ranked #1 in Ohio by Bloomberg Businessweek. Among the top two percent of universities worldwide accredited in both business and accounting, our students experience one of the most unique and innovative business programs. Students graduate with real-world knowledge of the global marketplace through interactive learning programs and internships making graduates highly marketable to recruiters across the country. We also offer an online Bachelor of Business Administration degree completion program, competitive tuition and scholarships designated for our business students

As our slogan states, BGSU's College of Business undergraduate and graduate degree programs are 'going beyond business as usual.'

AACSB accredited Business school in Northwest Ohio.Bowling Green State University in Northwest Ohio is one of the top ranked business programs according to the Princeton Review

  • Mar 20, 2017 7:00 AM 10 alumni honored at College Alumni Awards event
    For more than 100 years, Bowling Green State University has celebrated accomplished individuals for service to their professions, their communities and to the University. On March 18, 10 alumni were honored for their contributions at the College Alumni Awards. Alumni were chosen to represent each of the University’s colleges, highlighting the diverse disciplines of a comprehensive university.

  • Mar 17, 2017 2:10 PM Business student-athletes head to WCHA championship
    Over half of the BGSU hockey team, heading to its first conference championship game since 1990, is majoring in business.

  • Mar 14, 2017 1:12 PM Entrepreneurship professor celebrates 50 years of teaching
    Dr. Gene Poor, the Hamilton Endowed Professor Entrepreneurship, came to BGSU in 1970, after teaching at Kent State University for three years. While at BGSU, Dr. Poor earned a Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Supervision and became an iconic professor in the visual communication technology (VCT) program which he initiated in the early 1970s. Currently he is the director of the College of Business entrepreneurship academic program, which is housed in the Department of Marketing.

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College of Business Administration

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