Want to be part of the Mike Ilitch School of Business? Start by applying to Wayne State University.
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Declare a business major
When you complete Wayne State's online admissions application, choose one of the following business disciplines as your major.
Mike Ilitch School of Business bachelor's degrees
- Global supply chain management
- Information systems management
You can choose to earn either a B.A. or B.S. in any Mike Ilitch School of Business major. The only difference is that the B.A. has a foreign language requirement; the B.S. does not.
If you're admitted to Wayne State, you're admitted to the Mike Ilitch School of Business. Your major selection is not binding and can be changed at any time. After you're admitted to the university, simply submit this form to officially declare a business major.
If you have any questions, contact an advisor.
Warriors Business Community
Start building your network now as a resident of the Mike Ilitch School of Business Warriors Business Community (WBC). Located on the second floor of Anthony Wayne Drive Apartments, the WBC offers an opportunity for a cohort of business students to live, learn and develop professional connections together right here on Wayne State's main campus in the heart of Midtown Detroit. The WBC encourages community involvement, supports academic success and provides a fun atmosphere for students to form lasting relationships with other future professionals, as well as current business leaders throughout metro Detroit.
Business minor for all Wayne State students
As an undergraduate non-business major, our business minor offers you a terrific opportunity to broaden your understanding of business principles and practices you'll encounter throughout your career, no matter your field of expertise. As a business minor, you'll develop a working knowledge of accounting, finance, management and marketing that will make you more competitive within your field.
Irvin D. Reid Honors College
Wayne State's Irvin D. Reid Honors College provides the university's highest achieving undergraduate students the opportunity to become members of an engaged and dynamic academic community through a curriculum that is challenging, innovative and interdisciplinary. Honors courses enrich undergraduate education, providing a unique set of experiences that integrate our four defining pillars: community engagement, service-learning, undergraduate research and career exploration.
You must be accepted to the Honors College and meet course requirements to graduate with departmental or university honors. Learn more on the Irvin D. Reid Honors College website.