McDonough School of Business

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The McDonough School of Business has a special focus on themes such as international and intercultural dimensions of the marketplace, the importance of written and oral communication, and interpersonal effectiveness in organizations. Undergraduate degrees combine business and liberal arts courses, such as economics, government, history, philosophy, English, calculus, and theology.

  • MSB gained its current name after a $30 million donation from alumnus Robert Emmett McDonough.
  • Core business modules include traditional disciplines such as accounting, finance, marketing, and management. 
  • About one-third of undergraduates choose a double major.