Undergraduate: Accounting, Actuarial Science, Business Management and Administration, Management Information Systems, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Marketing
Graduate: Master of Business Administration (MBA) Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA (EMBA), Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), Master of Science in Quantitative Finance (MSQF), Graduate Certificate in Management (GCM)
Approximately 700 undergraduate students and 115 graduate students
54 full-time faculty (More than 90 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
Five-year average for graduates who started a career, graduate school, or other postgraduate experience within six months of graduation: 94 percent
80 percent pursue an internship during their studies
Recent graduates have joined companies such as JP Morgan, State Farm, Caterpillar, Boeing, PepsiCo, Northern Trust, Apple Computers, and Kraft.
Clubs & Organizations:
20 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 173 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.