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Sue Stavn

Assistant Dean for Academic Programs

Barowsky School of Business


P: 415.482.2418


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Dominican University of California's Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree program uniquely prepares students to be socially responsible leaders of sustainable organizations that make a positive difference in the world.


BA in Business Administration Requirements
  |   Course Descriptions   |   Fact Sheet (pdf)

Michelle 100x100"Dominican’s business program taught me the soft skills of interacting, networking and presenting. I was able to develop close relationships with professors and get one-on-one mentoring academically, professionally and personally."
Michelle Mitra, Class of 2008

Our uniqueness stems from the distinct strengths of both the program design and the faculty who teach in the program.  Acknowledging that sustainable organizations result from ethical and socially responsible leadership, ecologically sustainable entrepreneurship or business practices, and a global mindset, the program offers an integrative approach that infuses ethical leadership, sustainability, and globalization throughout the curriculum.

Given the breadth of options we offer, students can customize their educational experience to best support their goals and aspirations. Whether seeking to build a generalist business foundation or to begin focusing on an in-depth area of expertise within business, students will find that the program encourages individual expression.


Choose from five concentrations


Choose one of the three minors


Adult Degree Completion (ADC)

(formerly known as Pathways)
Bachelor degrees for working adults

program Features

  • Small class sizes and personalized attention
  • Faculty of experienced scholars and practitioners
  • Flexible curriculum that supports students' interests
  • Excellent internship opportunities
  • Business study abroad programs
  • Community service opportunities
  • Networking opportunities
  • Engaging student life and clubs, such as DUCBA.



Sue Stavn, MSIS
Assistant Dean, Academic Programs

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