For more than 100 years, Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration has prepared diverse students to serve business organizations and society with competence, compassion, and conscience. Rooted in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions, the College champions academic excellence and good character by encouraging intellectual, spiritual, ethical, and social growth. Our degree programs have been accredited since 1949 by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and U.S. News & World Report ranks our undergraduate and graduate Management programs among the top 25 in the entire nation. Our pass rate among first-time candidates on the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) exam is among the highest in the country for programs of our size, ahead of several Ivy League institutions. Located in the resurgent City of Detroit, the College is proud to be an integral part of the region’s renaissance. Our students benefit from internships and employment opportunities at many major corporations headquartered in metropolitan Detroit, and our alumni and alumnae hold executive positions with organizations throughout the country. All of our students engage in service-learning, using the skills developed in the classroom to benefit the community, by providing services such as free income-tax assistance and financial literacy lessons. Our Center for Social Entrepreneurship develops business skills among entrepreneurs whose new ventures are designed to have a positive impact on society. And our Center for Practice & Research in Management & Ethics publishes the best student papers from around the country in its journal, Advances in Management & Ethics Research.