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Start Your Professional Journey

Undergraduate Business Program

Personal Attention, Professional Success

Want to make your mark in the world of business? St. Thomas is a great place to earn your degree, gain real-world experience and make connections that last a lifetime. Business is our most popular undergraduate degree program, and for good reason.

Expand your horizons and global business expertise in our London Business Semester or another study abroad program. Tap into our Career Development Center to explore your academic, internship and career options. Develop your teamwork and leadership skills in an on-campus club, and start building your professional network.

Our business core curriculum, 13 areas of concentration, extensive professional network and many real-world learning opportunities give you the knowledge, experience and values to excel in a big corporation, your family business, or even your own enterprise.

How to Apply to the Opus College of Business

The first step is to apply to the University of St. Thomas. If you’re already enrolled as an undergraduate student at St. Thomas, you don’t need to apply separately to Opus. You’ll be encouraged to choose a major once you have earned 48 credits, and by choosing a business major, you’ll automatically be part of Opus College of Business.

Scholarships

GHR Fellows Program

GHR Fellows receive:

  • Full tuition and fees for four years (and may, pending demonstrated financial need, receive grant funds that cover room and board at St. Thomas)
  • A fully funded J-Term study abroad experience
  • Professional coaching and mentorship
  • Networking opportunities with Fortune 500 business executives and community leaders
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Schulze Innovation Scholarships

Multiple full-tuition scholarships are awarded by the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship. To be eligible, you must demonstrate entrepreneurship potential and intend to major in Entrepreneurship.
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Fauth Business Scholarships

The Opus College of Business awards this competitive scholarship to incoming students who intend to major in Business. Each year, up to four $10,000/year scholarships are awarded.
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Business Learning Through Service

At St. Thomas, critical learning often happens outside the classroom. Business 200 (BUSN 200) is a service learning course required for all undergraduate business students. Students complete 40 hours of volunteer service in the community, and reflect on what they’ve learned in a series of in-class discussions. Through this experience, you’ll gain valuable skills and an enhanced understanding of social issues, which strengthens your development as an effective and principled business leader.

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Declaring Your Major

As a freshman and sophomore undergraduate business student, you’ll take a combination of core business and liberal arts courses, which gives you a solid, general foundation of business knowledge. As early as the second semester of your freshman year, you can choose an area of concentration. Not sure which major is the best fit for you? Your faculty advisor can help you determine the major that best aligns with your academic interests, talents and professional goals.
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