​Discover Your Professional Interests and Passions

Career resources and advising to set you on a path to success.

Get ready for business with an undergraduate program that provides the management knowledge, practices, and paradigms you need to compete in a constantly changing, global marketplace.

Olin’s four-year curriculum teaches business and communication fundamentals, encourages you to explore and experiment in different management fields, and enables you to customize your courses and extracurricular activities to your specific area (or areas) of study.

In addition, experiential-learning courses and campus-wide entrepreneurship opportunities develop your professional interests. You apply classroom teachings to real-world challenges, strengthening the job skills – and the resume – required for internships and full-time positions.

Note: Olin’s BSBA curriculum also includes a required career-preparation course, taught by Weston Career Center staff.

Career Services

Consider Olin’s Weston Career Center your training ground, a place where you can research industries, companies, and employment trends; improve your interviewing skills; perfect your elevator pitch; build your brand; and connect with recruiters, mentors, and alumni from organizations around the world.

Working side by side with you

“Come to the career center early and often,” advises Mark Schlafly, interim career center director. “We work side by side with you to help you transition to a successful career.”

Advisors with industry experience in your specialty area are available to help develop your personal and professional skills and to coach you through your job search.

The OlinCareers website contains everything you need to know about Weston Career Center resources and services, and the BSBA program’s career-education courses. Visit OlinCareers Services for BSBA Students.

Fast Facts

 
 
97%
BSBA class of 2016 reported accepting a job within 90 days post-graduation
2,800+
annual BSBA academic advising appointments
100+
companies recruiting on campus through the Weston Career Center