Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership

Business courses are offered at the USF Business Center in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne in the former Chamber of Commerce building. This offers a unique chance for students to interact with local organizations and to learn directly from business and community leaders. With many internship and mentoring opportunities within walking distance of the classroom, students will be creating deeper connections and wider networks to help them jumpstart their careers before graduation.

The Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership at the University of Saint Francis provides extensive experience in the real world. Consider being a part of our community, where deeper and more meaningful conversations grow innate talents!

Competitive Edge

Hear from our professors and students about why the Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership offers a competitive edge.


TECHTank Winners Fall 2017

December 20, 2017

Keith Busse School of Business students in Management Information Systems (MIS) had a final project presentation (think Shark Tank Forum for Information Technology).  Students worked throughout the semester to define a need, business problem or challenge.  Building upon weekly knowledge, the final presentation is done before a panel of judges. This project-based learning format gives Read More »

Fort Wayne Business Symposium

October 9, 2017

The University of Saint Francis cordially invites area high school students to participate in a one-day series of workshops focused on career exploration and developing their unique story. Event Details When: November 17, 2017 Where: USF Business Center, 826 Ewing St. Registration: Note: All students must submit a completed photo release form signed by a parent Read More »

Honors Convocation 2017

May 17, 2017

  The Honors Convocation recognizes graduating undergraduate seniors from the 2016-17 academic year who have earned an accumulative GPA of 3.50 (Honor), 3.70 (Higher Honor) or 3.90 (Highest Honor) at the end of spring 2017.  These students will be recognized with honor chords at graduation.  Eleven students joined us for the evening celebration.  Congratulations to Read More »