Academic Programs

The Business Department

Albertus Magnus College

What to expect from the Business Program?

When you major in Business Management at Albertus Magnus College, you gain knowledge and experience you need to become an effective leader who can provide coaching and counseling to employees and make sound and ethical business decisions in today's constantly changing environment.

From a foundation of learning in business and computer essentials, including economics, statistics, and marketing, you'll choose a concentration in international business, marketing management, healthcare management, or human resource management to focus on the topics that best fit your professional goals.

Personalized help

At Albertus Magnus, our friendly community of professional management and business faculty know who you are and want you to succeed. Take advantage of the one-on-one personal attention you receive to build your self-confidence, grow your network and prepare for graduate school or the business career of your choice.

  • Affordable: Competitive tuition
  • Accessible: Classes evenings, Saturdays, online
  • Accelerated: Five, six, and eight-week courses
  • Personal: Faculty-student ratio of 1:14
  • Supported: Tutoring, advising, and career services
  • Successful: Highly-regarded professional degrees

Internships provide on-site employment experiences in local businesses, service agencies, sports venues, foundations and charities.

Business outlook in the twenty-first century

Twenty-first century business is all about relationships - and good business relationships start with good managers who get things done by supporting the people who develop and deliver the products and services of the organization. The demand for good managers remains strong.

Large or small, multinational or sole proprietorship, every organization uses the principles of finance, accounting and business administration you'll learn at AMC. From a solid foundation in the liberal arts, you'll be prepared as a leader to make sound and ethical business decisions in our turbulent and changing environment.

Nancy Fallon
Nancy Fallon - Chair Professor of Business Department, Office: Aquinas, Room 334 Phone: 203-773-8567