The Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management, home to nearly 600 students and more than 30 faculty and staff, offers transformative business experiences and educational opportunities grounded in the liberal arts. With small class sizes and close relationships with faculty advisers, our students receive individual attention and mentoring that fosters success for all.

Applying to the Freeman College of Management
Select your intended major within the Freeman College of Management. If you know you want to join the Freeman College of Management but have not decided which of the four majors to pursue, select "Undecided Management" as your intended major. Please note: Enrollment in the BSBA degree program is limited to students who were admitted directly into the Freeman College of Management at the time of their initial application to Bucknell. You should apply directly to your preferred college.

Students in the other Colleges may take up to seven courses for credit in the Freeman College of Management.

MGMT 101

Linking Experience and Practical Theory

MGMT 101 is Bucknell's collaborative, experiential organization and management project course where students create and manage companies.

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of management graduates in the Class of 2016 were either employed, seeking an advanced degree or volunteering nine months after graduation.

Institute for Leadership in Technology & Management

In ILTM, 18 to 24 rising juniors in engineering, management and the liberal arts participate in an intensive summer program that focuses on globalization, ethics, communication skills, critical thinking, teamwork and leadership. This highly selective program includes lectures, workshops by faculty and corporate leaders, travel to selected business sites, and real-world management and technological projects.

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Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF)

SMIF is a two-semester experiential course in which a select group of Bucknell seniors and 2nd semester juniors manages approximately $1.7 million of Bucknell's endowment in two funds.

The course exposes students to the intellectual and practical challenges of running a small investment company.

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