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About the College of Business Administration

Detroit Mercy's College of Business Administration (CBA) offers a variety of academic degree programs for students who wish to pursue a professional education in business and related disciplines.  Find out more about the College here.

  • Accreditation
    CBA is proudly accredited by the AACSB, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Find out why you should want to attend an AACSB-accredited school. Read more
  • Mission
    The College of Business Administration prepares diverse students to serve business organizations and society with competence, compassion and conscience.  Learn more
  • History
    The history of the College of Business Administration dates back to 1916. Read more
  • Student Organizations
    The CBA hosts chapters of Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Iota Delta,and Beta Alpha Psi honor societies.  Learn more.
  • CBA Student Handbook
  • Academic Integrity
    As a Jesuit and Mercy institution, the CBA strives to uphold the highest ethical standards.  We expect students, no less than faculty, staff, and administrators, to behave in a professional, honest, and responsible manner.  Read more
  • Grade Appeals
    The College of Business Administration, in cooperation with the Student Advisory Boards, has created the Student Grade Grievance Advisory Committee. Read more
  • Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)
    Since 2010, the College of Business Administration has been a signatory of the United Nations' Principles for   Responsible Management Education (PRME); read our most recent report here.        

Notable Alumni


    Notable Alumni

    Few business schools can boast that both a United States Senator and a Roman Catholic Bishop are among their alumni.  We can!  The Hon. Gary Peters, '84 and Bishop Robert Fisher, '83 both earned their business degrees from Detroit Mercy!

    Click here to see other examples of alumni and alumnae success!

    Senator Gary Peters, '84Bishop Robert Fisher, '83

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