Distinctive, customizable degree options in management and business let you develop a course of study that aligns with your interests and pulls from the best of Miller College’s six departments.

Regardless of which program you choose, you will gain a solid foundation in business principles and management theory. Then, faculty mentors will challenge you to apply those fundamentals to real-world experiences that achieve solutions for industry partners while outfitting you with the expertise, confidence, and connections to excel.

The result: Our graduates secure top positions in every industry and in every setting—from small, entrepreneurial operations to multinational corporations. Those jobs are rewarding, the pay is competitive, and the field is booming.

Our Programs

Real-World Learning is Our Distinction

Research and experiential learning fuel classroom instruction and immersive experiences in cutting-edge spaces, such as Ball State’s Entrepreneurship Center, Weidner Center for Residential Property Management, Allègre Restaurant, and more.

Learn more about our program’s focus on hands-on experiences paired with professional connections that give you a competitive edge:

The Student Experience

Our Faculty and Staff

We look forward to connecting with you about how our programs can help you achieve a successful, fulfilling career. Meet our faculty.

Activities and Opportunities

Active student organizations, internships, and talks from industry leaders enrich your Ball State experience. Get involved.

Industry Connections

An engaged community of alumni, friends, and business partners support our department through giving and involvement, such as serving on our advisory board. Learn more.

Rankings and Recognitions

Top 25 Undergrad Entrepreneurship Programs of 2018The Entrepreneurship Center has remained a leader in entrepreneurial education since 1983, consistently recognized as one of the best in the country. In 2017, The Princeton Review rated it among the top 25 colleges for undergraduate entrepreneurship.

Ball State’s residential property management program, one of only nine such programs in the country, is supported by the National Apartment Association. Ball State is among only a few universities that offers students—typically sophomores and juniors—the opportunity to earn the National Apartment Leasing Professional (NALP) designation.

U.S. News & World Report, Fortune Small Business, The Princeton Review and other publications have compared our programs to others across the nation. And we stack up well. Learn more about rankings for Ball State and the Miller College of Business.