Dominican College’s Division of Business Administration motto is “Doing Business Right” by which we mean that business students are taught how to be successful while also making the world a better place.
It is our belief that companies that do business right are not only likely to be more successful in the long-term, but also likely to offer benefits to all their stakeholders – owners, customers, and employees. Studies have shown that the only factor that employees rank above higher pay is working for a firm they believe in – a firm whose mission they share and one that provides an environment that they perceive to be ethical and fair. The best preparation for an unknown future combines business studies with exposure to a wide-ranging education in humanities, arts, and sciences that develops a holistic view of our world and its challenges. Our programs offer a quality business education strongly grounded in the liberal arts and sciences combined with Dominican College’s mission to: Educate the Mind; Inspire Change; Develop the Self; and Serve the Community. We prepare our students to be ethical business leaders for a complex and changing world and to use creativity and initiative to address any business situation.
The Division of Business Administration at Dominican College of Blauvelt has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.
Dominican College’s Business programs:
- Prepare you for a smooth transition into our MBA program
- Offer significant business experience through paid internships at well-known firms
- Offer valuable perspective and service to the community through internships at non-profit organizations
- Are staffed by faculty members who have extensive experience in the business world
- Are accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education
Programs of Study
- B.S. in Business Management
(with concentrations available in General Management, Sports Management, and International Management)
- B.S. in Finance
- B.S. in Marketing
- B.S. in Information Technology
- Minor in Business
- Minor in Economics
- Minor in Human Resources
- Minor in Sales
- Minor in Sports Management
(with concentrations in General Management and Health Care Management)