Empower yourself with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration by building a foundation in business, leadership and entrepreneurship. Opt to take your degree further: choose our 4+1 program to begin taking graduate courses during your senior year, at undergraduate pricing, and earn your master's degree by staying on just one extra year! Meet our business & leadership faculty.
About the Program
You are looking for a solid foundation in management and leadership, possibly to build a career in an established business, or to become an entrepreneur yourself. Choose the bachelor of science in business administration at Medaille to gain valuable insight from practitioners of business and to make lifelong business network connections not only with classmates, but with faculty, who are true specialists in their fields.
Courses, Requirements & Policies
Total Credits: 120 credits
Major Core Component: 51 credits
Electives: Target the program to your interests
Two Internships: 6 credits
Target Medaille's business administration program to your interests via the comprehensive core, specialized electives and a mandatory internship requirement:
Add accounting courses to your program if you're looking for career paths such as budget analyst, financial analyst, bookkeeper or comptroller.
Marketing coursework is right for you if you're looking into career paths including product manager, marketing director/manager, or even business owner/entrepreneur.
Finance & Economics
Courses in finance and economics will target career paths such as loan officer and corporate or investment finance, as well as prepare you to better fiscally lead in overall operations.
Looking to be a manager or entrepreneur? Management coursework will help you get there. Sample career paths include sales manager, human resources manager, development manager and business owner.
Human Resource Management
Job options include working as an HR manager for a small firm or working in a larger firm as a human resource specialist in staffing, training and development, compensation or labor relations.
Choose courses in quantitative methods and statistics to prepare for careers such as data analyst, statistician, operations analyst and brand optimization analyst.
Global Dimensions of Business
Looking to work in international business? Coursework in global dimensions of business will support careers such as management analyst, policy analyst, human resources specialist and international business and management consultant.