College of Business & Health Administration

USF’s College of Business and Health Administration offers cutting-edge business education within the Chicago metropolitan area and beyond to help its students succeed in today’s highly competitive marketplace. With expert faculty, unrivaled internship opportunities and undergraduate and graduate programs in areas such as entrepreneurship, computer science, health care management, transportation and logistics, and business analytics, the College of Business and Health Administration prepares students for challenging and interesting careers within the context of the Franciscan mission where respect, service, integrity and compassion are emphasized.


The college is divided into three key programmatic areas:

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The School of Business programs for undergraduates and graduates are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, a leading specialized accreditation association for business education supporting, celebrating and rewarding teaching excellence.

The School of Health Administration is a member of The Association of University Programs in Health Administration, a global network of colleges, universities, faculty, individuals and organizations dedicated to the improvement of health care delivery through excellence in health care management and policy education.

The School of Professional Studies provides flexible programs for busy people like you featuring tracks in training and development in human resource management, business and health administration, and e-learning.


USF Business Students Excel

Each semester, USF business students compete in a capstone  “business simulation” modeling course and consistently perform well against institutions from across the country.  The Spring 2014 students competed against 2000 teams from schools like Notre Dame, Indiana University, DePaul, Duke, Penn State, Vanderbilt, Rutgers,  BYU, Pepperdine, Michigan State and several international schools in India & Dubai.
–    Two USF teams finished in the top 10%
–    On average, USF teams beat 83% of the nation