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Business Practices Guided by Catholic Principles

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Modern society demands business leaders with integrity and conviction. Our programs meet these needs through our commitment to integrating the Catholic principles of human dignity, solidarity, subsidiarity, and the common good with all aspects of business and economics. | More

Rigorous Academic Programs that Challenge and Inspire

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Students are exposed to demanding and stimulating degree programs with a particular emphasis on the liberal arts. In a highly competitive global economy, our students are set apart by their balanced and dynamic educational experience. | More

Obsessed with Practical Preparation and Job Placement

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Now more than ever, the pressure is on for students to distinguish themselves in their job searches. Our program boasts an obsessive focus on a practical approach that includes meaningful internships, personalized job placement, and a career development program. | More

Center of Business and Economic Policy and Development

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Our University’s D.C. location immerses students in culture, policy, history, and opportunity. Living and studying in the center of the global economy is a powerful advantage that allows students to accomplish the University’s mission of service to Church and nation. | More

BUSINESS@CUA News

  • Can fashion be a force for good? Professor Mary Sheehan Warren makes a strong case against fast fashion.
    Stella McCartney 2017 Spring CollectionA few years ago, a friend of mine used the term “landfill fashion” while describing a good percentage of what filled his closets and drawers. At the time, I chuckled to myself, picturing a muddy heap of pea green t shirts and worn-out cargo pants that no one would ever choose to wear anyway. Eventual...
  • Rosa's Fresh Pizza. A 21st century example of Busch school principles.
    By C.H. PakTeaching fellow at The Busch School of Business and Economics and PhD candidate in Religion and Culture at The Catholic University of America. “Helping the community, one slice at a time.” This is the motto of Rosa’s Fresh Pizza, founded by a young entrepreneur named Mason Wartman, who left Wall Street at the age of 2...
  • The Death And Redemption Of Corporate Culture Photo of Frederic Sautet
    By Frederic SautetEconomist, The Busch School of Business and Economics, The Catholic University of AmericaAdam Smith is famous for having described the private and social benefits of a “nation of shopkeepers”: the pursuit of personal self-interest while profiting the individual, unintentionally makes society better off. Many critics of c...

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There has been a crisis of confidence in our free market system, to a large degree this has been driven by a misunderstanding of the role of faith, vocation, and business. Watch this video which introduces you to part of the solution to this problem, The Busch School at The Catholic University of America!