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.

Notable Alumni

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    Notable Alumni

    Few business schools can boast that a United States Senator, a United States Congressman, and a Roman Catholic Bishop are among their alumni. We can! Sen. Gary Peters, '84, Rep. Vern Buchanan, '86, and Bishop Robert Fisher, '83 all earned their business degrees from Detroit Mercy!

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

    Senator Gary Peters, '84Bishop Robert Fisher, '83US Rep Vern Buchanan

Recent News

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    Recent News

    * Join us on Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, 2020, for a presentation by Denise Morrison, ranked one of the 10 Most Reputable CEOs in the World in 2018! The presentation will be free and open to the public; reserve your tickets here!

    * Detroit Mercy ranks #1 in the nation in passing the Certified Public Accounting exam! See the ranking here!

    * Oct. 6, 2019: The Grand Opening of the Center for Practice Research in Management Ethics (the PRIME Center) was held during our annual Business Leadership Awards. See more here.

    * Sept. 2019: U.S. News World Report again ranks our Management program among the top in the nation!

    * Sept. 2019: The Michigan Chronicle is recognizing Detroit Mercy business alumna, Asia Rawls (MBA/MSCIS '18) among its "40 Under 40" notable African American leaders. Asia is the Director of Software Education and Training at Trumble, Inc.

    * Sept. 2019: MBA students in our Investments course are being funded by the Ford Community Corps this semester to work with a nonprofit organization, the Chadsey Condon Community Center, to develop strategic investments to strengthen local neighborhoods.

    * Sept. 2019: Our chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honor society for business schools accredited by AACSB, is being recognized as a High Honors Chapter, which will provide a scholarship for a student to attend the Global Leadership Summit in Chicago.