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Considering McIntire? Explore Our Many Opportunities for Business Education!

From student orgs to undergrad and grad coursework and certificate programs, there are many ways to engage and learn at the Commerce School!

Congratulations on your admission to UVA! We’re so excited you’re considering studying business through the McIntire School of Commerce. While you may know a little about our undergraduate major, take some time to explore other business education opportunities at the School.

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McIntire School of Commerce information session: Wednesday, April 7, at 7 p.m.
Get an in-depth look at our curriculum, community, and student experience.

Virtual Student Experience Spotlight: Wednesday, April 14, at 7 p.m.
Hear from current Commerce students who have experienced the admission process and can tell you about their paths and share why they chose UVA and McIntire.

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Commerce electives can be combined with a degree from the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, or other schools at UVA.

Business-related student organizations give you on opportunity to explore industries, build skills, and network.

The McIntire Business Institute offers a business fundamentals certificate that provides a deeper understanding of accounting, finance, marketing, and management for students who don’t major in Commerce.

The Entrepreneurship Minor provides an education in and experience with the tools, techniques, and transformations involved in new venture development (e.g., ideation and innovation, team building, product-market fit, financial and social return, and operational dynamics), with concentrations in innovation in business, social entrepreneurship, technology entrepreneurship.

The Leadership Minor transforms how you think about leadership and develops the skills needed to lead people and organizations in today’s complex global environment.

Our B.S. in Commerce is a two-year undergraduate degree program that provides you with a broad understanding of business in today’s global workforce with concentrations and tracks for further specialization.

The M.S. in Commerce is a one-year master’s program designed for recent liberal arts, sciences, and engineering graduates who want to transform their intellectual and academic skill sets into focused business expertise.

We hope to engage with you soon!

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