This uniquely integrated program emphasizes ethical leadership, sustainability and global responsibility throughout the curriculum. Students can choose from a variety of concentrations to create a customized business education that makes the most of the Dominican experience, and positions them for success after graduation. Our Business Administration graduates are highly employable.
In 2019, 100 percent of our graduating class, who sought employment, found job placements or entered a graduate program.
The Business Administration minor is available to all undergraduate students. This program allows students to broaden their career options by combining a solid business education with another discipline, such as Biology or International Studies. Learn more about the Minor Requirements on our course catalog.
A Business Administration degree gives students real-world tools and a global perspective that prepares them for a wide range of careers in business development, account management, project management, marketing and accounting.
The Barowsky School also offers high-impact career services to business students. Career Services works directly with employers and recruiters to help new graduates find full-time positions in a variety of industries and roles.
Through a focus on organizational design, function, behavior and management, this concentration develops one of the most important skills in business: how to manage change. Areas of study include entrepreneurship, human resource management, communication, and organizational behavior.
A Financial Management concentration gives students the critical money management and investment skills needed to make complex business decisions in a fluctuating and uncertain economy.
Accounting teaches the invaluable “language of business.” Students in this concentration become fluent in financial records and reports, income to debt ratio, revenue vs. expenses, and other aspects of accounting essential for truly understanding a company.
The Marketing concentration is essential for future business leaders who want to understand why the consumer buys. Marketing teaches students how to communicate effectively and think creatively, as well as to develop, price, distribute and promote products, services and ideas.
In a globalized economy, where multinational corporations are increasingly common, the Global Business concentration prepares students for the international challenges facing tomorrow’s business leaders.