The Business Administration major is a flexible course of study in which you can work with Faculty Advisors to design a sequence of upper-level courses in line with your academic and career interests. You will develop multidisciplinary and generalizable skill sets in areas such as financial planning, risk management, analytics, cost management, contract law, human resource management, and sales. The Business Administration major is an especially good fit for students interested in entrepreneurship, small business management, and other careers that do not require a specialized educational background.
With a teaching-focused faculty that understands business innovation, you will explore many business disciplines and build a skill set that prepares you for the career path ahead. Whether you hope to climb the corporate ladder or lend your talents to a startup, a major in business administration will provide the knowledge, values, experience, and confidence needed to convert ideas into opportunities. It’s no wonder that over 100 companies routinely recruit students for employment or internships with the Business Administration Major.
This course introduces students to the unique challenges associated with recognizing an innovative concept or unique opportunity within an industry or market, and then the strategic means of effectively introducing a business to that market to exploit this unique opportunity. This course is cross disciplinary and invites students from any major to participate. If students wish to pursue a minor in Entrepreneurship this is one of the courses that will be required to satisfy the requirements for that minor.
Examines the importance and practice of professional, consultative selling in business-to-business relationships. Students learn and practice interpersonal problem-solving communication skills in sales roleplays. Students learn how to respond to different buyer types, to develop benefit-based sales presentations, and to engage in ethical selling practices.
This course provides an overview of the exciting and dynamic sport industry and its social and economic impacts. In learning about various facets of sport management, such as human resource management, marketing, and facility and event management, students will be introduced to the wide array of career opportunities in the industry. Contemporary trends and ethical and legal issues in sport management will be explored.
Our outstanding faculty are more than just leading professionals within their disciplines; they are also dedicated mentors and advisers. They work with each student to develop a plan of study and identify opportunities for work and extracurricular experiences to enrich the academic experience.
The ever-changing business landscape offers unlimited opportunities for Business Administration majors.
More than 100 companies routinely recruit students for employment or internships with the Business Administration Major. Graduates often pursue the following fields:
La Salle School of Business is accredited by the AACSB, which represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.
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Ranked La Salle University’s full-time MBA program ranks No. 1 in the nation for job-placement rate, with 100% of graduates securing jobs within three months of graduation.