Earn a Bachelor of Science in Business degree with a major in Management and Administration, Marketing, Accounting, or Finance. The Economics major provides an option for earning a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree.

Management and Administration

Majoring in Management and Administration prepares you to successfully navigate the many demands facing 21st century businesses, including technological and social change, global competition, and workforce diversity. You will study a variety of business and economics subjects, learn theories of managing complex business operations, and focus on goal-setting, leadership, planning, controlling, and problem-solving in a global business context.


A marketing professional understands a business’s needs, develops new products, and determines how a business communicates with its customers about its products. With a concentration in marketing, you will study topics such as consumer behavior, product development, pricing, channels of distribution, promotion, marketing research, and management of corporate marketing operations, and may pursue a career in fields such as advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, or sales.


Accounting is a constantly evolving field that allows a business to track its income and assets over time. Your study of accounting will give you an understanding of ethics, effective communication strategy, accepted accounting principles, and the theory that shapes these principles. You will learn to utilize accounting, legal, taxation, and other information to solve complex business problems.


Economics is the study of the rational allocation of resources, and it applies to and complements many other academic disciplines and professions throughout academia, government, and business. Through your study of economics, you will develop valuable analytical and decision-making skills as well as an understanding of the social factors related to economics, such as unemployment, poverty, inflation, market structure, and international competition.


Finance is the study of how a business or individual raises, allocates, and uses monetary resources over time, taking into account the risks incurred by specific projects. In the context of the global business environment, your studies in finance will teach you to understand corporate and investment finance as they relate to wealth maximization, communicate clearly and persuasively about finance, and synthesize unstructured data into a unified business plan.

Admission Requirements

All undergraduate programs in the Doermer School of Business have the same admission requirements:

  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • 79 TOEFL or 6.5 IELTS score

The SAT test is not required for admission purposes.


The Doermer School of Business offers two Master of Business Administration (MBA) program formats – Professional MBA and MBA+ – both of which result in an MBA from Indiana University. The chart below illustrates features of each program.

Features Professional MBA MBA+
Classes Start End of July End of August; students may also start on course work starting in early January.
Classes Meet Classes meet every Saturday, with supplemental online courses. Each class meets one night a week from 6:00 – 8:45 pm; some hybrid courses.
Time to Completion Under 12 months 24 months
Courses for Completion 8 face-to-face courses
3 online courses
11 core courses
4 track courses
Credit Hours 33 37
Graduate Assistantships Available No Yes
GMAT Required for Admission No Yes
Minimum Requirements for Admission Bachelor’s Degree
Professional work experience
Bachelor’s Degree
Deadline to Apply International Students: June 17 Spring International Students: Sep 15

Admission Requirements

  • Minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • TOEFL (77 or higher overall and the following minimum test section scores: reading, 19; listening, 14; speaking, 18; and writing, 18) or 6.5 IELTS or 58 PTE
  • GMAT