Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Our BSBA students begin business courses in their freshman year. The curriculum covers the core functional areas of business, and at least 40 percent of the course work must be in nonbusiness fields – from fine arts to science – allowing students to pursue individual career goals and ensuring a well-rounded educational experience. Many BSBAs pursue international study/internship programs. According to the Fiske Guide to Colleges, Washington University's Olin Business School is one of ten business schools that should be on your radar. See BSBA Employment Statistics.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Our nationally recognized MBA program transforms individuals who transform business. An intensive core, with topics integrated across courses, paired with career-focused business electives, equips them with functional expertise, analytical tools and critical-thinking skills. Our career advisers provide intensive skills training and coaching from students’ first semester. As a result, MBAs develop targeted skills in the first year and enter internships and full-time positions prepared to be top performers within your organization. See MBA Employment Statistics.
Master of Accounting (MACC)
Students seeking careers in public or corporate accounting develop quantitative excellence, strategic understanding of accounting trends and regulatory issues, and the critical-thinking skills to evaluate and derive insight from diverse, complex information. Upon completing the program, students have earned enough credits to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination in states with the “150-hour rule.” Read more (PDF).
Master of Science in Finance (MS/Finance)
Olin's MS/Finance fuses the quantitative, technical rigor of a master's in financial engineering with the business context of a finance-oriented MBA. That powerful combination equips students with unparalleled breadth and depth for careers ranging from equity research to risk management and corporate treasury. These finance-savvy quant jocks are, for example, able to price the most exotic derivative security and, beyond that, have mastered the accounting and corporate finance needed to evaluate and explain the underlying assets in that security. Read more (PDF).
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS/SCM)
Olin’s MS/SCM equips students for challenging careers in logistics and global supply chain management. The curriculum emphasizes rigorous application-driven training in logistics and supply chain, innovation and integrated risk management with hands-on projects for corporate partners of Olin’s Boeing Center of Technology, Information and Manufacturing (BCTIM). Read more (PDF).
See Specialized Masters Employment Statistics (PDF)
Your hires need to be able to hit the ground running – with a polished set of industry specific leadership and communication skills. Olin’s innovative hands-on approach to career and professional development equips graduates to continually retool their skills for market relevance.
Tap into Olin students for global perspective, technical expertise, multilingual fluency and cross-cultural savvy. Approximately 21 percent of Olin students are from outside the United States. Our international students are among the top scholars in their home countries and bring first-hand knowledge of global business practices and customs, as well as the management, communication and analytical skills that you find in all Olin students.Our domestic students benefit from the infusion of diverse worldwide viewpoints, and international students gain insight into American business practices.
Who hires Olin’s international interns and graduates? Capgemini, Capital One, Citigroup, Emerson, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan Chase, Koch Industries, Monsanto, Procter & Gamble and Yahoo among others.