As a business administration major at Saint Joseph's University, you will study the theories, tools and practical knowledge needed to function in a business environment.
What is a Business Administration Major?
The Business Administration major at Saint Joseph’s University exposes you to a thorough cross section of courses in finance, accounting, business intelligence, marketing, food marketing, management, and pharmaceutical and healthcare marketing. In the tradition of Jesuit education and broad learning, you'll also take courses offered in the College of Arts & Sciences and will have an opportunity to focus on the moral and ethical challenges facing businesses today.
The business administration major is unique in that it allows you to obtain a general business degree without specializing. The course of study can be tailored to your interests as you choose two courses from the seven departments in the Haub School of Business. The business capstone course, titled business policy, provides students the experience to work with other business majors and create a strategic plan for a real-life company.
What Can You Do With a Degree in Business Administration?
Graduates with a degree in business administration from Saint Joseph's University have been hired by companies such as Goldman Sachs, AmerisourceBergen, Target, Virtua Health and many others. Students with a degree in business administration can pursue roles in a wide variety industries, including:
- Real estate
- Organizational behavior
How will Saint Joseph’s University Prepare You for a Career in Business Administration?
Beyond the classroom, students have access to various organizations on campus to gain experience in business administration. You will have the opportunity to apply the skills you obtained as a member of the American Marketing Association, the Entrepreneurship Society and professional business fraternities such as Delta Sigma Pi and Alpha Kappa Psi.
Continue Your Education in Business Administration
Saint Joseph's offers a variety of graduate options to help undergraduates further develop their skills in marketing after graduation to help guide and advance their careers, including: