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Goucher College offers both a major and minor in business management. A concentration in international business is available to students who major in business management. International business is also offered as a minor to non-business management students. This program trains students to develop analytical and effective communication skills within the framework of a strong liberal arts curriculum. Students are introduced to and expected to practice individual and collective decision making, macro- and micro-level organizational skills, leadership and motivation techniques, and quality control through checks and balances. Business management skills are used in for-profit ventures, not-for-profit organizations, foundations, institutions, educational institutions, and at all levels of government. Students who major in art, dance, music or theatre can add a concentration in arts administration.

Program Contact
Nancy Hubbard | 410.337.3008 | nancy.hubbard@goucher.edu


Center for Education, Business and Professional Studies

Majors: Education, Special Education, Business Management 

Minors: Education, Business Management, Equine Studies 

Concentrations: International Business, Arts Administration, Secondary Education, Pre-Law 

4+1 Accelerated Degrees

Center Director: Nancy Hubbard, nancy.hubbard@goucher.edu

News and Announcements

2016 Borden-Gladding International Management Award Announced

Goucher's Business Management Department proudly announces Katie Thompson as winner of the 2016 Borden-Gladding International Management Award.

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2016 Senior Dinner

Click here to view a group photo of the 2016 senior dinner.

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Spotlight on Professor Janine Bowen

See what Goucher Business Management faculty are doing in and out of the classroom. This semester we feature the accomplishments of Professor Janine Bowen.

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Hannah Kuehl
Hannah Kuehl
“The three most important things I have learned at Goucher are confidence, openness to experiences and new people, and a sense of curiosity.”