More than the bottom line, business education to change the world.  Our faculty and staff live and breathe this motto in the hallways, classrooms, and lives of our students.  The Fermanian School of Business prepares students to become effective business leaders who are committed to the highest moral and ethical values, and equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills, and values upon which to build a lifetime of selfless service and continuous learning.  Our desire is to produce graduates who will assume leadership roles in their professions, communities, and the world.  We seek to inspire students to reach out to developing communities, both within the United States and in foreign lands, to build where God calls them. 

Alumni Spotlight: More Than The Bottom Line

"The Fermanian School of Business integrates faith and academics in a vibrant and meaningful way.  Students have the opportunity to achieve significant academic success, become well-rounded, and grow in their relationship with the Lord through encouragement from professors and the support of classmates."

- Murray Doig (13), Accounting and Business Administration

Business Internships

By offering students a wide variety of high-quality internships throughout San Diego in collboration with the networking success of the Office of Strengths & Vocation and the Fermanian Business & Economic Institute, students are actively sought to intern at some of the region's most reputable employers.

Study Abroad

Travel out of your comfort zone and experience more than the bottom line in another country. Most students choose to study abroad during their sophomore or junior years, but it is best to plan with your advisor the best semester to go.  The Fermanian School of Business offers upper-division economics summer sessions in Ghana, Africa led by Dr.  Senyo Adjibolosoo.

Community Classroom

Students have the opportunity to join a community classroom, a cross-disciplinary program in partnership with non-profit businesses and residents representing various ethnicities serving as cultural guides.  Students live in City Heights for a semester of cross-cultural experiences which integrate academics, faith, and life experience.