Undergraduate: Accounting, Accounting - Internal Auditing Concentration, Actuarial Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management & Leadership, Management & Leadership - Human Resource Management Concentration, Management & Leadership - Legal Studies Concentration, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Marketing - Global Supply Chain Management Concentration, Marketing - Professional Sales Concentration, Marketing - Social Media Marketing Concentration
Graduate: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA (EMBA), Master of Science in Accounting (MSA)
Vision Statement - To be a nationally ranked business school recognized for our academic and professional programs, research, partnerships and the impact of our students and faculty on the growth and development of new and existing businesses worldwide.
Mission Statement - We create ideas that advance business thought and practice, provide experiential learning that develops leaders who will enrich the world and serve as a valued partner for business and society.
Our Values - In everything we do, we value integrity, hard work, innovation, collaboration, impact, growth, diversity and risk taking.
Distinctive Competencies - Faculty who are scholar/educators, utilization of experiential learning, expertise in providing business acumen to technical professionals.
750 undergraduate students and 70 graduate students
49 full-time faculty (More than 80 percent of faculty hold either a Ph.D. or the terminal degree in their field.)
Unlike many institutions, Bradley undergraduate students are always taught by professors, not graduate assistants.
Global Scholars Program: Short-term academic programs with Bradley faculty and students
Extended study abroad opportunities at a number of distinguished universities and programs
94% career outcome rate (five-year average)
For 2013-14, 100% career outcome rates for Accounting, Actuarial Science-Business, Economics, Legal Studies in Business, and Professional Selling
More than 70% of students pursue an internship during their studies
416 companies recruited at our career fairs last year
124 employers across 15 states and two countries hired our 2013-14 graduates
100 Fortune 500 companies do business in Peoria
Recent graduates have joined companies such as Caterpillar, Inc., CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Deloitte Development LLC, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company, and HON Corporation
Clubs & Organizations:
14 student-led clubs and organizations
AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International Business and Accounting Program Accreditations. (Undergraduate business program accredited since 1978; MBA program accreditation since 1983; undergraduate accounting program since 1984.)
Only 182 institutions in the world have Bradley's combination of business and accounting accreditations. AACSB-accredited schools are considered the best in the world.
1920: The Department of Business Administration and Economics is organized within Bradley Polytechnic Institute, offering a two-year program of study.
1946: Bradley Polytechnic Institute becomes Bradley University. Through a reorganization of the university, the School of Business is established.
1994: The College of Business Administration becomes the Foster College of Business Administration honoring a generous gift from Bradley alumni Tom and Ellen Foster.