Management Degree Major | Bachelor of Management (BSM) | Tulane Freeman School of Business | A. B. Freeman School of Business
BSM Management-Feeman Learning

Experience Freeman Learning

Through the Freeman School, you’ll build and then expand managerial skills and knowledge.

  • Master core requirements and focus on the track that best serves your goals in entrepreneurship or consulting. Then round out your background with electives like Dimensions in Human Resource Management and Leadership.
  • Forge ties with the Freeman community and flex your leadership skills in our student organizations, including Alpha Kappa Psi, Freeman Student Government and Toastmasters International.
  • Develop your international management skills and cross-cultural competencies with a summer or semester abroad through the Goldring Institute of International Business.

Earn Career Capital

Maximize your time with Freeman and earn valuable career capital by choosing a specialized management career track in entrepreneurship or consulting.

Career Capital
Career Capital
Freeman Ph. D. - Business Abroad

Explore Business Abroad

In today’s world, cross-cultural sensitivities are essential for competitive advantage. The Goldring Institute of International Business can help you gain an edge through a semester or summer of study in Asia, Australia, Europe or Latin America.

Events & Important Dates

JD & MBA/Accelerated summer classes begin.

Join us for an information session and learn more about the Professional MBA program at Tulane.

Blog & News

Lydia Winkler (MBA/JD ’19) and Marco Nelson (MBA ’19) are the creators of RentCheck, a rental inspection app that allows both tenants and landlords to track a property’s condition using time-stamped photos. (Photo by Alina Hernandez)

Two students at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business have turned their gripes with renting into a company...

Freeman School students Elena Garidis (front row, second from right), Clare Sullivan (back row, sixth from right) and Lily Wissinger (front row, third from left) helped lead the Tulane women’s rugby team to the D2 Spring National Championship. (Photo cour

Helping to lead the Tulane women’s rugby team to the D2 Spring Championship were three A. B. Freeman School of Business...

A. B. Freeman School of Business graduates Tyler Margaretten, left, and Blane Margaretten, right, credit their extensive involvement with the Tulane University community in shaping their personal development. (Photo by Sally Asher)

For graduating seniors— and identical twins— Blane and Tyler Margaretten, the highlight of their college careers is not...

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