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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

As a business administration major at Felician, you will receive a solid overview of business as a whole and the “people side” of business, including management, banking, retail, human resources, marketing, and public relations. Ethics and social responsibility will permeate every course in the curriculum – you will learn to be good at what you do and to conduct yourself ethically at all times.

This general business degree gives you the most flexibility to apply your education to the widest range of career opportunities in just about any business area. With a major in business administration, you may elect to complete a concentration in international business. You will learn to evaluate the challenges and opportunities of business practices occurring globally. Multinational corporations are looking for employees to guide them through the intricacies of global commerce.

The Business Administration program at Felician University combines specialty courses in marketing, accounting, and organizational behavior with core business courses, providing its graduates with a strong foundation in administration as well as core business competencies in:
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Effective Communication
  • Ethical Decision Making
  • Personal Accountability
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Teamwork

Points of Interest

  • Solve complex issues in business administration using the case approach – learn from “real world” situations as you develop your knowledge and skills in this field.
  • Work on case studies individually and in teams, making class presentations and completing written assignments to strengthen your communication skills.
  • Take advantage of Felician’s location in the greater New York City area – business administration majors are within minutes of various internship opportunities at many business organizations.
  • Build a portfolio demonstrating mastery of the core competencies and present your portfolio during the capstone course.

Required Courses

Career Opportunities

Completion of a business administration undergraduate degree provides preparation for a diverse range of careers including:
  • Public administration
  • Public relations
  • Human resources
  • Operations
  • Politics
  • Law
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • International business

Additional Opportunities

  • ­­­­Accountant
  • Administrative assistant
  • Business analyst
  • Comptroller
  • Contract administrator
  • Economist
  • Financial analyst
  • Manager
  • Market research
  • Real estate broker
  • Stock broker
  • Venture capitalist

Recent Internships

  • Apostrophe, New York, NY
  • County of Bergen
  • New Jersey Devils
  • Northstar Media Group, New York, NY

 

Program Contact Information

David Turi, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, School of Business
Email | 201.559.3327
Blessed Mary Angela Hall, second floor
Rutherford Campus