About the Keith Busse School of Business
In 2004, the University of Saint Francis reorganized its academic departments into a school model thus forming the School of Business. In November 2004, USF announced that it would name the School of Business as the Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership (KBSoBEL). This naming of the School was to bestow honor to Keith Busse, alumnus, President and CEO of Steel Dynamics, Inc., for his leadership and contributions to the economy of the region and the nation.
KBSoBEL offers two undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Accounting. The School offers currently three concentrations: Management, Marketing, and Sports Management. Minors are also available in Accounting, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing.
Students may pursue their undergraduate education through a pathway that integrates multiple years of cooperatives or through a track that is classroom intensive and requires only two semesters of internships. Both pathways allow our students to gain the experience needed to ensure their success in today's business environment.
There are approximately 275 graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Business. Our full-time faculty and current adjunct faculty members possess a wide variety of experience. Housed in the Pope John Paul II building, we offer our students a collective base of experience honed in all major and strategic industry sectors of the nation. All USF business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP).