College of Business and Management

Are you ready to become a business management pro?

We partner with students to fulfill their potential through real-world learning experiences, forward-thinking faculty and leading-edge technologies, whether in the classroom or online.

RT Good, dean, College of Business and Management

Message from the dean
Lynn University’s College of Business and Management empowers students to thrive in the dynamic world of business.

We partner with students to fulfill their potential through real-world learning experiences, forward-thinking faculty and leading-edge technologies, whether in the classroom or online. Students take classes in our state-of-the-art, LEED Platinum certified Mohammed Indimi International Business Center and our progressive online program, recognized among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs for four consecutive years. We are proud to be part of Lynn’s iPad-powered learning initiative, which has twice earned the university designation as an Apple Distinguished School.

Our students customize their education by choosing from 10 undergraduate degree programs, 11 graduate programs, minors and numerous global partnership programs in social entrepreneurship, technology coding and other areas.

I invite you to learn more about your options at Lynn University’s College of Business and Management, where we empower you to innovate the world of business.

RT Good
Dean

With the College of Business and Management, you'll gain invaluable skills in operations, management, marketing and finance with peers from nearly 100 nations. Customize your education with electives, get hands-on experience during an internship, and even travel the world on a business-related study abroad trip.

Choose a degree

Aviation management students study together at the Burton D. Morgan School of Aeronautics.

Aviation Management

Learn the core business structure of the industry, get cockpit training and be qualified on both the business and piloting sides of the aerospace industry.

Students using their iPad to learn the business administration degree program.

Business Administration

Master the latest techniques, learn general management skills and discover the aspects of maintaining a business. Earn your degree online, on campus or both.

Student earning her MBA in Entrepreneurial Management through Lynn’s iPad Pro program.

Entrepreneurial Management

Learn advanced business and management skills that will help you successfully start your own business or prepare for a career in upper-level management.

Speaker presents in the Howard Isaacson Innovation Challenge.

Entrepreneurship

Learn how to turn your idea into a successful venture and the many facets of business, including raising capital, valuing your business, negotiation and more.

Student presenting her event planning idea in the event management program.

Event Management

Create affairs to remember as an event manager. Design crowd- and client-pleasing events with elaborate decor, seamless catering and incredible entertainment.

Fashion student heading to the Wold Theater to showcase clothing designed with her fashion merchandising degree.

Fashion and Retail

Accessorize your business expertise. From conceptualization to commercialization, fashion students are an integral part of innovative fashion and retail events.

Business man in financial management on his laptop.

Financial Valuation and Investment Management

Learn branches of investment that look at human behaviors and market factors, and become an expert in portfolio management and macro-level investment management.

Hospitality management student learns at resort.

Hospitality Management

Be our guest. Hear from VIP guest speakers and travel off campus to a variety of hospitality hubs to learn how to provide your guests with amazing experiences.

Student reading over paperwork in the human resources management program.

Human Resource Management

Gain a broad education in human resources management—from employee retention to financial administration, and explore a range of occupational safety and insurance regulations.

Students studying on their iPads in the international business program.

International Business

Learn how to create and deliver presentations, manage your own simulation-based company and work with local businesses in this online program.

International business major students taking a class in the IBC.

International Business Management

Gain advanced business and management skills, and learn the top methods in business plan development, international expansion and global resource management.

Student learning asset management skills on his iPad in class.

Investment Management

Evaluate risk, analyze finances, manage portfolios, predict opportunities, and gain real-world experience with internships and hands-on learning experiences.

Marketing MBA graduate shows students in the classroom how to develop marketing campaigns.

Marketing

Learn how to assess trends in online marketing, drive revenue, expand markets and build successful campaigns to create awareness and grow organizations.

Student studies in the IBC for the media management program.

Media Management

From technology and culture to law and regulation, be a leader in the communication of ideas. Prepare for roles in marketing, media and corporate relations.

Students watch professor in the social innovation management class.

Social Innovation Management

Gain the business and management skills of an MBA and attend Amani Institute’s Social Innovation Management program in Nairobi, Kenya, or São Paulo, Brazil.

Sports management students watch as a sports announcer speaks at a basketball game.

Sports Management

Learn marketing, law, sales, media relations, event operations and league governance skills, and get hands-on opportunities with incredible internships.

Students at Wyncode Academy in the web development course.

Web Development Management

Obtain relevant business skills and a deep understanding of tech startups with Wyncode’s immersive bootcamp while earning your MBA.

“It’s the students that make this college so interesting, and I am encouraged by how much diversity there truly is. When we talk about global citizenship, it’s almost simple, because they come to us as global citizens.”

Kristen Migliano, associate professor
Student shows her entrepreneurial skills at the Howard Isaacson Challenge.
Howard Isaacson Challenge

Are you innovative? Pitch your business venture to a panel of judges for a chance to win cash prizes in the Howard Isaacson Innovation Challenge.

Robert Watson takes his class on a field trip.
Beyond the classroom

Step outside the classroom and enjoy hands-on learning opportunities and real-world experiences.

Students help out on the Day of Caring.

Learning is more than sitting in a classroom 

Complete one three-week J-Term course and explore innovative ideas, topics and experiential learning. 

Learn more about J-Term

Innovative Business Center
Innovative Business Center

Teaching more than 1,000 students from more than 70 nations, the College of Business and Management is the largest—and most international—college at Lynn University. 

The College of Business and Management is so large (more than 1,000 students)—and so international (students from nearly 100 countries)—it warranted having its own brand new building: The Mohammed Indimi International Business Center was dedicated in 2014. 

The Indimi Center includes lots of space for ingenuity, with incredible options for hands-on, technology-based learning. The center is outfitted with technology systems to enhance the students’ educational environment, with 11 classrooms and a wealth of other areas including:

  • A Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI), developing skills in the creation and development of new companies
  • The Venture Lab, a branch of the CEI, which will transform students’ start-up concepts into ready-to-launch businesses
  • An Investment and Trading Room, providing access to the same resources and technology that students will use in their business careers
  • Beyond the Classroom, a space for students to enjoy hands-on learning and work on campus with outside companies
  • A new Career Preparation and Internship Center

In addition, more than 15 other new spaces provide conference and meeting areas for collaboration between students, faculty and outside corporations. In keeping with Lynn's sustainability initiative, which is the largest of its kind in the state, Lynn is pursuing LEED Platinum certification—the highest level of certification awarded by the United States Green Building Coalition. The building's green design features will:

  • Take advantage of natural sunlight as a lighting source, decreasing the need for artificial lighting
  • Harvest rainwater, reducing the use of ground water
  • Offer two recycling stations for trash disposal

What's happening at Lynn

Cfacompetition Photo
Buy, sell or hold?

Business students lead Lynn’s team to second place in accounting competition

Comb Speaker Andrew Faas 20170202
How to create a healthy workplace

RT Good, dean of the College of Business and Management, teamed up with Kristen Migliano, associate professor, to invite expert Andrew Faas to provide students a unique glimpse into the critical role emotional intelligence plays in the workplace.

One Six Two 20170130 004
Father of Irish whiskey revival shares secrets to success

John Teeling speaks to Lynn students and alumni

I Pad Powered Learning Lynn University Best Online Web
U.S. News & World Report names best online programs

iLynn and online graduate programs ranked among nation’s best online programs.

View more

Take the next step
Get started on your future today
Complete your application and secure your spot.
Pictures tell only part of the story. Come see for yourself.
How would you like to hear from us?

We are Lynn

Mark Luttio Travels
Mark Luttio continues his travels at the “Blue Mosque” of Islam facing Hagia Sophia, the famed church of Christendom.
Mark Luttio, faculty member
Img 5270
Praising the Lord Fighting Knights style with Pastor T at Trinity Lutheran Church, Delray Beach
Gina Branigan, staff member
Img 1727 Copy
Students proudly celebrating their Haitian culture during the 2017 Celebration of Nations Festival.
Ke'Ana Bradley, staff member
Img 1753 Copy
Students pose with RythmTrail Band and Moko Jumbies during the 2017 Celebration of Nations Festival.
Ke'Ana Bradley, staff member
Img 7239
Jenna and I enjoying the Celebration of Nations entertainment!
Kyle Gladney, student
Carli Douglas College Fair
Daughter, Carli Albert, showing some Knight Love at her high school's college fair!
Rita Albert, staff member

View more