One of the true hallmarks of the Business Program is flexibility. Students have distinctive opportunities to tailor their business learning experience to their own specific interests and goals through double majors, as well as a variety of minors including communication, health services administration, and finance.
“I chose to get a bachelors in Business with a minor in Criminal Justice because I have always been interested in managing a business, and particularly, working for the state has always been an interest of mine. I really like the atmosphere at Presentation because the students and the staff make you feel like you are at home, no matter where you go, you are welcomed.”
- Karen Ponce
Your learning experience in the business program will be characterized by personal attention and advising from faculty, relevant hands-on learning opportunities, and the completion of a valuable internship. Students explore areas of accounting, finance, business communications, marketing, human resources, and organizational theory.
Students in the Business Program develop business plans, create an e-portfolio that will feature their work, and immerse themselves in the study of the kind of professional and life skills it takes to succeed in today’s business world.
Faculty empower students so that they’re ready to be successful business members after earning their degree. There is virtually no limit to the types of businesses and organizations our graduates are prepared to enter. And with such close, personalized advising, graduates benefit from an instant network of professional connections.