Elmhurst Management Program

Complete Your Degree in Business Administration

At Elmhurst University, you can complete a major in business administration—one of today’s most practical career assets—and get on the fast track to a new or improved career.

How Long Does a Business Administration Degree Take?

Degree completion courses meet one night a week, so they’re easy to fit into your busy schedule. Some courses meet online, giving you even more flexibility. The major cohort can be completed in just three terms—helping you reach your goals more quickly. You can even go on to complete a specialty major with a few additional courses.

Expert Faculty

Elmhurst faculty members are scholars and expert practitioners in their field—they consult with startups, advise Fortune 500 companies and write definitive textbooks. But most of all, they’re dedicated to getting to know you and helping you succeed, in the classroom and beyond.

Meet the Program Director

Sondra Simpson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Business Administration; Director, Elmhurst Management Program
Department of Business and Economics

Meet the Admission Representative

A Cohort of Your Peers

As a business administration student at Elmhurst, you’ll go through the whole program with a cohort of your peers—individuals with real-world experience who are there to support you, challenge you and offer new perspectives. In partnership with classmates whose backgrounds range from entrepreneurial ventures to corporate America, you’ll find common ground and learn from the experiences of others.

Business Administration Majors

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Specialty majors require additional coursework beyond the basic business administration major.

Elmhurst University student Natalia Wehr leaped over several health obstacles to complete her education.

[My advisor] was always available for anything I needed, which meant a lot. At Elmhurst, you’re not just an ‘A’ or a ‘B.’ Who you are as a person is what matters.

—Natalia Wehr ’19

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