School of Business

Business Management and Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Administration

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Business is a fast-paced, dynamic field that encompasses so many areas of professional work. As a Business student, you'll be prepared to make your mark on the world with a profitable career that can help you make a difference and give back to your local community. 

 

Why study Business at the Mount?

Any business school can teach you the tips and tricks of sales, marketing, accounting, finance, management, and more. What makes the Mount unique is that we teach you all of these skills not just for your own profit (though that's great if it happens!). Instead, we focus on how you can use these skills to help others. Instead of making it all about your own gain, we'll show you how you can use your business skills to effect change in your community and workplace.

Additionally, Mount Business students thrive under the teaching of seasoned business professionals. Our Mount professors are as passionate about business as you are because they are award-winning leaders in the fields of marketing, sports management, finance, law, business, management, accounting, and more. They are ready to help you succeed in this field they love so much, and they can draw on their experience and contacts to help you network and learn what you really need to be a successful businessperson.

The opportunity to select from our three concentrations in Finance, Marketing, and Sports Management only helps to make your resume even more marketable and allows you to hone in on your specialty.

Finally, the Mount's money-saving 5-year program, Business students can obtain a bachelor's and master's degree in just 5 years — all from the Mount, with the same professors they already know and love.

Evening Program
If you are an adult student looking to complete your degree, the Mount also offers a fully night and weekend option for Business majors. All of the classes for the Business major can be taken on nights and weekends to work around your busy schedule. You'll receive the same great education, just at your own pace. Some classes are also offered online for your convenience.

Learn more about our transfer and degree completion programs here.

Accreditation
The School of Business at Mount Saint Mary College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees at the listed locations are accredited by the IACBE:

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting/Master of Business Administration (5 year)
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Administration with concentrations in: Finance, Marketing, Sports Management

Learn more about the College's accreditation, or visit IACBE.org

 


"The Mount Business program is one that supports you every step of the way and wants you to succeed at the highest level imaginable. With that support and your hard work, anything you set your mind to is possible."

 

— Steven Tobey '18


 

What to expect as a Business major

As a Business major, you'll take 48 credits (16 courses) of Business classes, followed by 15 credits of required Business-related courses in other disciplines. If you choose to select a concentration, you will also take an additional 15 credits in that concentration. Through courses like Marketing Principles, Management Science, Business Ethics, Organizational Behavior, Money and Banking, and more, you'll receive a well-rounded education on the knowledge needed to succeed in Business. Students in other majors can also elect to declare a minor in Business, which is 18 credits.

You'll conclude your studies with a capstone experience designed to sum up what you've learned and provide real life examples for your portfolio.

Another benefit of learning from professors with experienced in the field they are teaching is that you will have numerous opportunities to learn from on-campus panels of business professionals who come to share their experiences with you.

Your learning won't just take place in the classroom, however: You'll get behind-the-scenes tours of the operations of the New York Stock Exchange, Yankee Stadium, and the United Nations; you'll practice your skills by volunteering as a tax preparer for low income families; and you'll even impact the community by creating a marketing plan or assisting with operations at a local nonprofit through the Medici Scholars program.

>> Learn more about daily life as a Mount Business major!

 

Be prepared for your future

Want to gain experience in Business before you even get a job offer? The Mount's Career Center can help you find an internship at a variety of organizations to help you build business experience. Internships at organizations like IBM, Office of the U.S. Secret Service, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and Newburgh Family YMCA will add to your portfolio of business experiences.

After your preparation in the Mount's School of Business, you'll be ready to succeed in both corporate and nonprofit business positions. Graduates of the BS/MBA program are additionally qualified for leadership positions in these organizations.

Here's how some of our alumni are using their degrees:

  • Angela Wise '13 MBA '16, School Business Administrator/Budget Analyst for Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES
  • Karla Leon '15, Marketing Coordinator at Inspire - Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association
  • Peter Greco '15, Business Intelligence Data Analyst for Hudson Heritage Federal Credit Union
  • Tyler Mannix '19, Digital Marketing Coordinator at HAI Group

     

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