The Fox School of Business, which teaches business students at Temple University, has a reputation of graduating students who are so well prepared and qualified to succeed in a professional setting that recruiters describe it as “The Fox Difference.” They work hard to develop students intellectually, personally, and professionally through a rigorous curriculum, community engagement, and immense experiential education opportunities that are present in the heart of Philadelphia. It has carried the AACSB accreditation since 1934.
Those interested in pursuing a Bachelors in Business Administration degree at Fox have a choice of 16 majors including Finance, International Business, Marketing, Statistical Science & Data Analytics, Actuarial Science, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management, Risk Management & Insurance, Financial Planning, Legal Studies, Real Estate, and Supply Chain Management. Students desiring to obtain a graduate degree can pursue a Part-time Master of Business Administration degree, Global MBA, or Executive MBA. Graduate students can also pursue a Masters in Actuarial Science, Digital Innovation in Marketing, Business Analytics, Quantitative Finance & Risk Management, Human Resource Management, IT Auditing & Cyber-Security, Statistics & Data Science, or Strategic Advertising & Marketing. Doctoral students can earn a Ph.D. in Business Administration with ten concentrations, Decision Neuroscience, Statistics, or a Doctor of Business Administration.
Fox students can participate in Global Immersions in places like Rome, Japan, and Spain, or study abroad with partner schools in Ireland or France. Incoming students, current students, students with disabilities, and study abroad students can apply for all kinds of need-based or merit-based scholarships to help ease the financial burden that can come with pursuing higher education.
A remarkable opportunity for students to get a jump start on making professional connections and lifelong friendships exist in becoming a member of one of the numerous Student Professional Organizations. The SPOs include Ascend, Blockchain Technology & Cryptocurrency, DECA, Fashion & Business, International Business Association, National Society for Leadership & Success, Net Impact, Professional Sales Organization, Supply Chain Association, Temple University Investment Association, and the Society for Human Resource Management.
The Center for Student Professional Development has an incredible insight into the needs of employers and therefore provides every resource for the best professional development and training for every student. The industry connections that Fox has with businesses and organizations in Philadelphia allows for intensive and beneficial internship opportunities. The Fox Leadership Development Program is another resource to increase marketability and the competitive edge that employers look for in a recruit. It is a year-long program that focuses on financial literacy, global awareness, community engagement, personal and professional development, and ethics.
Fox offers a flexible, convenient, and accessible online MBA program with a required one-week on-campus residency. There are 14 optional concentrations, including Financial Management, Sports Business, Business Analytics, Management Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Enterprise Risk Management, Travel & Tourism, Innovation Management, and Health Sector Management.