About the Freeman College of Management

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The Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management offers transformative business experiences and educational opportunities grounded in the liberal arts. We are home to nearly 600 students and more than 40 faculty and staff. Through small class sizes and close relationships with faculty, our students receive individual attention and mentoring that fosters success for all.

Our Mission and Values

Exterior of the building Holmes Hall on a blue sky day.

Holmes Hall opened last fall as the new home of the Freeman College of Management and Department of Art & Art History. Photo by Emily Paine, Communications

Applying to the Freeman College of Management

To earn a bachelor of science in business administration from the Freeman College of Management, you must be accepted into the college when you apply to Bucknell. Students in the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Engineering may take courses for credit in the Freeman College of Management, but they may not transfer into a management program.

To apply to a management program, select an intended major within the Freeman College of Management on your application. If you want to join the Freeman College of Management but have not decided which major to pursue, select "Undecided Management" as your intended major.

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Responsible Management for a Globalized World

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The Freeman College of Management is a proud signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (UNPRME). We are committed to implementing the UNPRME principles and creating a community where reflection upon the meaning and actions of a responsible manager are a cornerstone of the educational process.

Learn more about UNPRME at Bucknell

AACSB Accreditation Facts and Figures

Contact Details

Freeman College of Management


117 Holmes Hall


8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.