The McIntire School of Commerce blends the expansive knowledge of a liberal arts education with the cutting-edge skills sought by today’s fiercely competitive global marketplace. Widely renowned for our longstanding undergraduate program, and a pair of pan-University minors in Entrepreneurship and Leadership, our programs are designed with an inventive, engaging curriculum that incorporates real-world business experiences of unparalleled quality.
B.S. in Commerce
Learn the invaluable skills to become a visionary leader ready to successfully shape the global business landscape with integrity. As a third-year student, you’ll tackle real-world problems for executives in the School’s hallmark Integrated Core Experience (ICE) program, an intense and demanding series of diverse courses. In your fourth year, you’ll choose your focus of expertise by concentrating in one or more specialized areas of study: Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, Management, and Marketing.
Current UVA and transfer students
Jan. 26, 2021
Minor in Entrepreneurship
Learn the tools, techniques, and transformations involved in new venture development. Make a positive impact in the world by playing a crucial role in the venture community as a founder, investor, policy maker, technologist, or executive. The “E-Minor” provides you with an education in the startup world by giving you unmatched experiences and opportunities in a range of areas. Open to all UVA students by application, this course of study is a must for anyone interested in accelerating ideas into fully realized opportunities.
Feb. 10, 2021, at noon ET
Minor in Leadership
Learn how you can transform your understanding of leadership to develop the necessary skills to effectively lead people and organizations in today’s complex global environment. You’ll study leadership with a strategic approach and choose from electives in communication and courses in your area of interest. Students from across the University benefit from adding to the intellectual depth in their chosen fields of study while enhancing the ability to contribute by leveraging leadership knowledge, skills, and abilities.
March 11, 2021, at noon ET