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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

  • The Compass: Volume 1; Issue 6
    This Week at a Glance: Week of Feb. 20thLast week The Busch School hosted its first  “Cardinal Classroom Day,”  where we hosted accepted students, brought them to classes, and showed off Washington, D.C.  Next up is Busch Day-in-the-Life event – an overnight stay where accepted students will shadow YOU. Sign-up to host! Sen...
  • Catholic University Remembers Michael Novak as Influential Thinker, Prolific Writer, and Beloved Mentor
    PRESS RELEASE 09/14/11 Noted theologian (and father of Gonzaga classmate Rich Novak ) Michael Novak signs copies of a new book he co-wrote with William Simon entitled "Living The Call" at the Catholic Information Center on K Street.(Photo by Patrick Ryan)(Washington, D.C.) Michael Novak, groundbreaking author, philosopher, theologi...
  • Ciocca Center Introduces Small Business Growth Program in Washington, D.C.
    PRESS RELEASE Feb. 14, 2017Catholic University Launches Novel Small Business Growth Initiative in Washington, D.C.The Busch School to Host 100 Business and Community Leaders on Feb. 28 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) The Catholic University of America will launch the Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) program in W...

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The Busch School mourns the loss of our friend and colleague, Michael Novak. Read Andreas Widmer's personal reflection on what his loss means, from the Washington Post, and Catherine Pakaluk's piece which was her lecture (the “Calihan Lecture”) at the receipt of the Acton Institute’s Novak Award in 2015.

 

 

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The Newest Business School in America

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!