Centers: • 1,310 Undergraduates
• 333 Graduates
• 2 UG Degrees
• 2 Graduate programs
• 54 full-time faculty
• 30 part-time faculty
• Center for Accounting Ethics
• Center for Asian Business
• Center for Entrepreneurship Studies
• Center for Ethics and Business
• Center for Executive Learning
CBA was established in 1926. CBA was also among the founding participants in the Small Business Institute, a time when collegiate entrepreneurship programs were just starting.
The College has honored five McGowen Scholars who each received an $18,000 scholarship from the William G. McGowan Foundation. There are only 35 McGowen Scholars nationwide.
Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Fred Kiesner, professor of management and the Conrad Hilton Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship, as one of the Top 5 entrepreneurship professors in the United States.
Six of CBA's faculty members have received Fulbright awards.
The Center for Ethics and Business is home to the annual Business Ethics Fortnight, a national intercollegiate competition that fosters students' ability to make effective business decisions with integrity.