Business Administration

Seeking a managerial role in business, government or the nonprofit sector? Our bachelor’s degree in business administration develops tomorrow’s business leaders by providing an extraordinary education.

Management, marketing, accounting, economics, finance and law. The B.S. in Business Administration covers every facet of business and it has led to top positions in banking, marketing, real estate and others. The program allows students to concentrate on a specific area with more intensive analysis through elective courses.

Long Island Campus business students study in the cutting edge Business and Technology Center, which houses new computers, Smart Classrooms and the latest software. Students at the Brooklyn Campus enjoy similar resources in an urban setting.

SJC also offers a B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Accounting, B.S. in Marketing and a dual B.S./M.B.A. in Accounting. Both an M.S. in Management and an Executive M.B.A. are offered through our Graduate Management Studies program. Minors in business administration and accounting are also available.

The Department of Business Administration in Brooklyn offers two optional concentrations for students majoring in the department. The concentrations are sports management and finance. Each concentration consists of six courses. The courses in each concentration are applied towards electives as well. Some of the topics covered in sports management are sports law, facilities management, marketing and planning. A sampling of the areas studied in finance include investment analysis and management, money and banking, international finance and insurance. These concentrations, along with other courses required for a department major, prepare students to embark upon a career in finance or sports management.

Late Night Admissions Hours
8/28: Brooklyn. For prospective adult undergraduate students.
Late Night Admissions Hours
8/28: Brooklyn. For Adult Undergraduate Programs
One-Stop Enrollment
9/4: Long Island. For adult-learner undergraduate programs.
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