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Business Management - BS

Business Management - BS

Learn all of the exciting opportunities in the business world.

WHY STUDY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT?

As a business management major, you may write business plans for new companies, help people complete their individual tax returns and create websites for firms throughout the region. You also get experience – and earn money -- on a paid internship. You may get the chance to intern at companies such as Zippo Manufacturing Co., Northwest Savings, Smith Barney and Goldman Sachs.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

In addition to your required courses, you’ll choose a concentration in either accounting, finance, international business, marketing, human resource management, hospitality management, or sports management.

Students in a lecture

WHAT CAN I DO WITH A DEGREE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT?

Then, when you graduate, you'll have the know-how and solid business experience to put on your resume, which will make the difference in launching a successful career. Our alumni are working Heinz, SONY, Nabisco and Intel. Or, you can take what you've learned here and go to graduate school.

Job titles:

  • Advertising account executive
  • Benefits administrator
  • Client relationship representative
  • Credit analyst
  • Financial assistant
  • IRS revenue officer
  • Job analyst
  • Manager/loan officer
  • Market research analyst
  • Senior benefits advisor

Employers:

  • Banks 
  • Consulting firms
  • Corporations
  • Health care providers
  • Government agencies
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Realtors
  • Insurance agencies 
Pitt-Bradford is a renowned university, and you have access to all the resources available at the University of Pittsburgh. Scott Pattison ’19, client associate at RBC Wealth Management
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Brandolon Barnett ’07 to speak, along with local business people