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Nationally ranked COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The BGSU College of Business 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.'

Located near Toledo, Bowling Green State University was honored as a top business school in Ohio and the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

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

  • May 3, 2016 11:00 AMBGSU hosts inaugural Hatch Junior
    In collaboration with Believe in Ohio, the BGSU Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and STEM program presented the inaugural Hatch Junior event. During a 10-week program, students from four different Toledo high schools including Start, Bowsher, Rogers and Jones Leadership Academy are paired with mentors from BGSU.

  • May 2, 2016 1:18 PM The College of Business kick started a journalism student’s career
    Anna Crabill, a student in the School of Media and Communication, never imagined that her experience would come from a college that she wasn’t enrolled in and a job she didn’t apply for. While Crabill’s specialization is in public relations her minor in marketing has created new ways for her to “go beyond business as usual.”

  • May 2, 2016 12:49 PMStudent Initiates Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion
    Senior business student Marjorie Williams was inspired from speakers she heard, a student organization she belonged to, and an honors project she worked on that resulted in her collaborating with Dean Ray Braun to create the Dean’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion (DACODI) which met for the first time on April 28.

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