In the Department of Business Administration, we take a personal interest in your studies and in your success.

Business students may pursue a concentration in marketing, management or general management studies, or choose to major in international business.

In our classrooms, offices, and hallways, you will find faculty who enjoy strong connections with their students.

We see Illinois Wesleyan as a special place: a place to study business in a liberal arts setting, which means teaching our students technical skills while also emphasizing written and oral expression, critical thinking and ethics. 

Business and Law: Highlights of the Trial Litigation Class

Employers and graduate schools look for well-rounded students who can think independently and express themselves clearly. Our students can.

I encourage you to stop by the third floor of State Farm Hall and start making the connections with professors that distinguish your education at Illinois Wesleyan from other schools. We can talk about your career plans and the internships, seminars and travel courses (see Professor Hoyt’s account of his many May Term trips abroad) that will literally open up a world of possibilities to you. 

Good luck with your studies and please stop by to say hi.