of School of Management students are employed or attending graduate school 6 months after graduation.
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Business Administration for Tomorrow’s Leaders
Through Marist, I interned for the Miami Dolphins. It was very nerve-wracking for me and the other interns to present our ideas directly to the stadium executives. But it was a great experience.
Dual major Sports Communication, Business AdministrationRead Nick's Story >
My professors have been a big influence on me. They’ve been a great sounding board for my ideas.
Business Administration Major, Entrepreneurship ConcentrationRead Dana's Story >
I wanted to find a local school that had a great business administration program, and I got that with Marist. Also, the campus was so pretty, I could actually see myself walking the campus and studying in the library while viewing those beautiful sunsets over the Hudson River.
Business Administration major, Human Resource Management ConcentrationRead Brianna's Story >
I’ve always been interested in finance, and I’m getting great training at Marist. In one class, we have the task of analyzing Starbucks and developing a strategic plan to make it more competitive. My role is financial analysis.
Business Administration Major, Entrepreneurship and Finance ConcentrationsRead David's Story >
My professors are so caring, and they want to see students succeed. They also have industry experience, which is so helpful because they often share personal stories from their own careers that I can then take and apply to mine. They’re really inspirational.
Business Administration Major, Marketing ConcentrationRead Jade's Story >
One thing that made me stay at Marist was the fact that I knew when I graduated I was going to be successful. The teachers, the staff, and the professors provide a community feeling, and people have pushed me to do better. I’m not just a number, people want me to do well.
Fashion Merchandising Major, Business, English, Theatre MinorRead Cameron's Story >
Learn From Faculty With Diverse Industry Experience
In the world of modern business, experience counts. Our faculty arrive at Marist with years of professional accolades and come from extensive and diverse backgrounds in non-profit management, human resources, entrepreneurship, finance, international business, and more. This type of insight and mentorship is absolutely invaluable at all stages of your career. View all Business Administration faculty >
Dr. Purinton-Johnson is an Associate Professor and Department Chair, and her research includes consumer behavior of jewelry and tattoos, student engagement, and strategic alignment.
Before joining the Marist faculty in 2003, Dr. Sloan had a 20-year career with Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, where his final position was Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer.
A Bright Future in Business
When you enroll in the B.S. in Business Administration program, you will graduate from Marist with the skills you need to secure entry-level placement in businesses, nonprofit organizations, and governments across the country and the world at large. In fact, we'll work closely with you to determine the best internships and career experience to ensure your success after graduation. Below is just a glimpse at the career opportunities that await you after completing a Business Administration degree from Marist.
Business Administration By the Numbers
is the average wage with a degree in business administration or management.
Marist students complete one or more internships during their four years.
The Value of a Marist Education
At Marist, we pride ourselves on our dedication to providing our students with a well-rounded liberal arts education that prepares them for practical experience and profound success in their field. But don't just take our word for it - the numbers speak for themselves.