School of Management
Undergraduates in the School of Management receive a broad-based liberal arts education with an emphasis on analytical business principles and practices. Classes are small and taught by top-flight faculty, many of whom have worked for the nation’s leading companies.
The School of Management educates tomorrow’s visionary business leaders: people of integrity with the managerial expertise, vision, pragmatism and ethical sensibility to succeed professionally and personally on their own and with others. The School prepares leaders to face the challenges of a dynamic and diverse world grounded in our ideals of excellence in education, the importance of community, and commitment to service.
School of Management’s Mission
We develop people of integrity with the managerial expertise, vision, pragmatism, and ethical sensibility to succeed professionally and personally on their own and with others. We prepare leaders to face the challenges of a dynamic and diverse world grounded in our ideas of excellence in education, the importance of community, and commitment to service.
- Excellence in Education: We challenge and develop students by creating a nurturing, integrative experiential education within a strong liberal arts tradition.
- Importance of Community: We collaborate as a community of faculty, staff, students, alumni and other stakeholders to expand and continuously improve knowledge of the practice, study, and teaching of management through program innovation, research, and professional activities.
- Commitment to Service: We use our knowledge and experience with our stakeholders to improve the operation of public and private organizations and the quality of life for individuals and communities in both the region and the world.
The School of Management has been awarded accreditation by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This prestigious mark of excellence was granted to the School's undergraduate and graduate degree programs in business. Learn More >
Business is global. Learning to interact with people from different cultures is a necessity, and that’s why Marist offers a wide array of study-abroad options. Undergraduates can spend a semester or a full year in one of 30 foreign countries. Students can also take core curriculum classes at the College’s branch campus in Florence, Italy.
Internships are of most importance for students of the School of Management. Prospective employers, master's degree programs, and doctoral programs place great value on whether students have gained “real world” experience during their undergraduate years, which is why our School of Management works tirelessly to pair its students with the internships suited best for their career path.
The Investment Center is a state-of-the-art on-campus facility includes a fully functioning trading floor with 12 Bloomberg terminals, a stock ticker, and computerized news feeds.
The Greystone Funds
Students actively manage real dollars by investing a portion of the College’s endowment in equity and fixed-income funds.
This class culminates in a tournament where students debate ethical dilemmas pertaining to business, law, and social issues with other college teams. The preparation includes interdisciplinary research and work.