in business administration is a great choice for anyone looking to
analyze markets, organize resources, manage finances, motivate people,
and manage an enterprise to meet its goals.
Those just happen to be all the things you need to run your own business, too.
No matter your particular interest - finance, marketing, human resources, or management - your studies in business administration provide you with exactly what recruiters and our alumni have identified as most important: solid and critical business skills that you can take with you as your career interests evolve and change.
|Ryan Messner, '04 - Business major (marketing) and now with The Dow Chemical Co.. Read his Success Story...
[PROGRAM OUTLINE AND REQUIREMENTS (.pdf)]
Why Business Administration at Saint Joseph's College?
You will receive the kind of personal attention and guidance in your
studies and career search that is unmatched at larger institutions.
Broad-based skills designed for your future:
Recruiters and alumni have made it clear they want graduates to be
broadly skilled and prepared for a business world in constant flux.
Your studies at SJC are designed with that kind of future in mind - to
give you skills firms are clamoring for in college graduates. (In other
words, you won't be forced into deep and narrow subjects you may not
use as your interests change and career evolves.)
Great flexibility: Choose your specialty - finance, human resources management, international business, management, or marketing.
Or create a custom concentration that best suits your interests.
Faculty advisers work with you to tailor your program schedule when
|Rick Willits '92 - Business major (marketing) and now with Jonathan Scott International. Read his Success Story...
Hands-on business management: You'll pass through BUS 351 - The Crucible in your junior year and test your developing business skills by competing in a sophisticated competition with classmates.
You start early:
Most business administration majors have completed four courses (12
credits) of their requirements by the end of their freshman year.
At places near and far, such as Icon Transportation, Bank One, Fifth
Third Bank, Disney, BASF, Victoria's Secret, Ernst & Young, and the
An extensive alumni network means you are easily connected to
professionals. Junior and seniors attend alumni receptions in
Indianapolis and Chicago specifically designed to work on networking
Great career opportunities: Many of our business students have entry-level positions lined up well before the end of their graduation year.