18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
Whether you're preparing for a career in non-profit management or a spot at the top of a Fortune 500 company, our Business Administration degree is designed with practical skills and real-world experience in mind. All Business Administration students take courses in accounting, finance, human resources, marketing and management, giving a solid foundation in the day-to-day operations of organizations, and a chance to explore innovative thinking and projects.
The Business Administration program focuses on excellence and success in the corporate world, with internship opportunities at local and national organizations.
The Business department includes faculty members who specialize in areas such as accounting, economics, financial services, human resources, marketing and sports management. More about our faculty
BUS325 International Business Strategy: This course will look at how firms become and remain international in scope. The course deals with the experiences of firms of all sizes, and from many countries, as they come to grips with an increasingly competitive global environment when a home market perspective is no longer enough. Through carefully selected comprehensive case studies and integrated text material, this course bridges both the internationalization process and multinational management.
Medaille College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE:
Buffalo Campus (Department of Business)
Amherst and Rochester Campuses (Department of Management and Leadership)
The IACBE requires that every member disclose their learning outcomes assessment. The assessment results can be found in our annual report, available here: IACBE Annual Report 2012-13
The instructors were knowledgeable and welcomed class discussions, with
respect for each student's contribution. I've learned how to be a more
effective leader. My capstone class gave insight on how to combine all
the education learned to operate a business. That's when I realized how
much I had sharpened my knowledge.