SJC Brooklyn Business Administration Major

SJC Brooklyn Business Administration Major

Employees need guidance. You’ll lead the way. Get ready.

Gain the foundation to become a leader of tomorrow with SJC Brooklyn’s business administration program, and excel working in business, government and nonprofit organizations, among other careers. 

Our B.S. in Business Administration provides an extraordinary education in every facet of the field — management, operations, marketing, accounting, economics, human resources, finance and law. Our students leave St. Joseph’s well-rounded, with interdisciplinary skills that give depth and meaning to their business applications. 

Join our business administration program, and you’ll work closely with faculty who have extensive backgrounds in the field of business. Participate in an internship and apply what you learn in class to real-world experience.

Get ready to succeed as a leader. 


Amanda SalzanoAmanda Salzano '19 ’21
B.S. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing; M.S. in Human Resources Management 

"The undergraduate program at SJC provided me with a strong academic foundation that enabled me to be successful in graduate school. The graduate program at SJC instilled strong leadership and managerial qualities in me to prepare me for my professional career. I am honored to have been offered the opportunity to teach undergraduate Business/Marketing courses in the undergraduate program at SJC starting Fall 2021!"

The SJC Brooklyn Business Administration Major Experience

The Choice is Yours: Consider selecting an optional concentration in sports management or finance, and gain intensive knowledge on sports law, facilities management, investment analysis, international finance and insurance. 

 

Alumni Connections: Join alumni in the field, working at New York Life, Moody’s Investor’s Service, Kraft Foods and TransCare Corp and other great career destinations. 

 

Experienced Professionals: Study with trained professionals who are experts in their respective fields.