A rigorous undergraduate business education with broad career applications
A degree in business is truly one of the most flexible and widely applicable courses of study you can pursue as an undergraduate. With a business degree from UNC Kenan-Flagler, you’ll master essential problem-solving, collaboration, teamwork and analytical skills that will prepare you for success in almost any field — from finance and consulting to commercial, government and non-profit.
Step into the shoes of an executive to practice management strategies or serve on a student consulting team to develop and present solutions to a client's real business problem.
Network with hundreds of potential employers and land competitive internships and jobs in your industry of choice. Recruiters know that our graduates are achievers who have robust technical knowledge, strong work ethic and excellent team skills.
Join a community that values a participatory, team-oriented and global mindset. Contribute to the distinctive, down-to-earth and collegial culture. Explore and chart the course that makes the most sense for your objectives.
Gain valuable insight in a global business environment with immersive, purpose-driven study abroad programs. Practice essential competencies and learn to communicate and function effectively across cultures in one of our 40+ programs.
Benefit from expert coaching in how to leverage your business education to your best advantage, whatever your career objective. Tell us where you want to go and we'll help you get there.
Join a worldwide network of more than 42,000 engaged, active and influential business leaders whose careers and accomplishments continually advance the way business is done around the globe.
The Undergraduate Business Program is open to current UNC students. Application is typically made in the sophomore year.
In high school, Nora Elsayed (BSBA '25) recognized that even just a little diversity in sports goes a long way toward a more inclusive society. At Carolina, she’s passing that lesson on to future generations.
Former pro soccer player Jonathan Campbell (BSBA ’15) traded his cleats to help create and lead a wine company — with a bit of investment banking on the side.