Building tomorrow’s business leaders. 

The University of Rochester's undergraduate business program offers students a solid foundation for success. Students engage with a diverse community of professors and peers to acquire a distinctive perspective on tackling new challenges with analytical frameworks and the latest generative AI tools to excel in today’s rapidly evolving business landscape. 

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Majors & Minors

Start your journey toward acquiring a solid skillset of quantitative and analytical skills to prepare for your future in business. Review the different program options and curriculum guides in the link below.   


Connect with an advisor for questions about course planning, major/minor declaration, and transfer credit.

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Nurturing your success. 

Our program is small by design, with faculty from Simon Business School—a top-25 graduate business schools. Wherever your career path takes you, the Undergraduate Business Program at the University of Rochester provides you with the analytical frameworks to succeed in the contemporary, global workplace.


I chose to attend the University of Rochester because I was instantly drawn to its introspective climate. Meliora is a philosophy I aspire to live by and a statement that personally resonates with me as I grow to become a better version of myself and create paths that result in social good.

  • Rhea Bharadwaj
  • Hometown: Portland, Oregon
  • Anticipated graduation year: 2024
  • Degree: BS in business: business analytics
Peña Gabriela

The University of Rochester has a reputation for its innovative and interdisciplinary approach to education. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education that emphasizes critical thinking, problem-solving, and real-world applications of knowledge. 

  • Gabriela Peña
  • Hometown: Carolina, Puerto Rico
  • Anticipated graduation year: 2025
  • Degree: BS in business: marketing track and BA in international relations
Volkin Evan

I wanted to have the freedom combine my passions for analytics and economics in a dual-degree while pursuing my extracurricular interests, such as economics research and music--and Rochester allowed me to do just that!

  • Evan Volkin
  • Hometown: Medfield, Massachusetts   
  • Graduation year: 2023
  • Degree: BS in business: marketing track and BA in international relations
Zhu Judy

One of the main factors that attracted me to the University of Rochester was its flexibility when it comes to choosing classes across different majors. As someone who is interested in a variety of different topics and disciplines, I was excited to have the opportunity to explore and learn about a wide range of subjects.

  • Judy Zhu 
  • Hometown: Austin, Texas
  • Anticipated graduation year: 2025
  • Degree: BS in business: marketing track and BA computer science


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