The Bachelor's degree program in Business Management emphasizes ethical decision-making and leadership and prepares you for careers in a range of fields including marketing and nonprofit management.
You have big ideas, stories to share, and aspirations that you plan to turn into realities. These are the programs where you can make things happen.
In our Business Management program, you will obtain a solid foundation in business, especially in management and marketing. You will learn from faculty who have practiced in the field, and who can provide you with first-hand accounts of career avenues you can pursue with these degrees.
One of the goals of the Business Management Bachelor's degree program is to help you pursue your entrepreneurial aspirations. Our location in Cambridge, Massachusetts, one of the
country's largest media markets and center of global business and
communication, offers an astonishing array of potential internship sites. Gain valuable job-related experience, and learn first-hand how
the knowledge and technical skills you obtain in the
classroom have direct applications in real-world professional settings.
"Lesley is the BEST! Top-of-the line professors, cutting-edge, new material — excellent. The education helped me to advance to senior management in banking."
— John George, Alumnus, B.S. in Business Administration and Management
Director of Online Student Enrollment and Services; Senior Lecturer
Beth J. Noël
Business Management Major
Business Management Minor
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