School of Global Business

School of Global Business

At Arcadia, essential business skills grow from a student-centered education. 

Develop Management Skills for a Global Marketplace

From excellence in the traditional classroom, to applied learning experiences around the world, our students develop the skills they need to be successful and effective business professionals.

Make the world your classroom for a unique business education.


Challenge yourself with real-world business experiences like internships and simulations that put your knowledge into practice.


Experienced and enthusiastic faculty who will help you achieve your educational goals.


Find a Program

Our bachelor’s degrees combine solid liberal arts studies with applied learning experiences in the U.S. and abroad, preparing you to excel as a skilled business professional.

Our Mission

The Arcadia University School of Global Business develops socially responsible decision makers through a comprehensive curriculum and experiential learning environment committed to ethical and sustainable business practices.


3-Year Bachelor Option

Fast track your degree. You may be eligible to earn a Bachelor’s in Business Administration in three years, lowering your college costs.


ACBSP Accredited Programs

Our programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).


Our Global Perspective

We emphasize perspectives from around the world, partnerships with international trade organizations, and hands-on experience running simulated companies.

Meet Our Students

"Arcadia’s small class size allowed me to build a relationship with each and every professor where I felt completely comfortable in asking questions or asking for some additional help."

- Mitchell Cohen, B.A. in Business Administration

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Enrollment Management
1-877-ARCADIA (1-877-272-2342)


Career Services

Our students and alumni receive career counseling and education. 

Career Education
Knight Hall, Suite 133

School of Global Business

Brubaker Hall, Suite 321