New Specialization: Sports Management
Watch the video above to learn more about the Business Administration Major with a Special Concentration in Sports Managament at Mount Aloysius College.
Offered as: Associate, Bachelor
- Health Care Administration
- Human Resources Management
- Marketing Communications Media
- Marketing and Entrepreneurship
- Sports Management
- Computer Applications
- Business Administration 4+1 (MBA Program)
Why study business administration at MAC?
Our graduates have a proven history of success at some of the highest levels in business. The program ranks in the top 35% in the United States.
The Mount Aloysius Business Administration program provides students with not only a strong foundation, but the program gives the students the opportunity to work with skilled professors who bring real-world experiences and expertise into the classroom.
What does a business administration graduate do?
Students studying business administration at Mount Aloysius have many career options available. Working in management, you will be responsible for overseeing and supervising daily operations of a business and its employees.
Our business administration graduates know their degree is relevant no matter what, and is adaptable for any market. With a business administration degree from Mount Aloysius College, you will have the skills and marketability to pursue any number of job opportunities.
After graduation some of your career choices may be:
- Business Managers
- Marketing professionals
- Human Resource Managers
- Chief Financial Officer
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Operating Officers
- Chief Sustainability Officers
- General and Operations Managers
Matt Duval, ‘08, is a Solutions Specialist at Old Dominion Freight.
Bryan Nolan, ‘11, is a Program Manager at Sotera Defense.
Greg Wierzbicki, ‘16, is a Business-Financial Analyst at Alcon.
Matthew Metzger, ‘11, is a Capital Markets Analyst at Morgan Stanley.
Sean Steffy, Publications Coordinator at Mount Aloysius College
Where are graduates working?
Mount Aloysius business graduates are leading successful careers at places such as
- Aerotek Professional Services Recruiter
- American Racer Tires
- Atlanta Hawks
- Blair County Senior Services
- Guthrie Health
- Morgan Stanley
- Northrop Grumman
- Old Dominion Trucking Company
- Soccer Coach at Hampden-Sydney College
- UPMC Hospital
Who will teach me?
The Business Department is comprised of full time faculty with 50% terminally degreed and many with many years’ experience working for both profit and nonprofit businesses. The department also employs adjunct faculty who currently work for modern businesses and bring up-to-date job experience to the discipline.
Are there job openings? How much will I make?
A graduate with a business degree is able to pursue any number of career options. The demand for Human Resources Managers is expected to rise 9% from 2014 to 2024, an increase of 10,800 jobs.*
The average median wage for a Human Resources Manager in the state of Pennsylvania is $132,960.*
Watch the video above to learn more about the Business Administration Program at Mount Aloysius College.
MAC Internship Benefits:
- Real World Accounting Exposure
- Application of skills
- Networking for employment placement
Recent Internship Opportunities
- Lindsey Mercer, Class of 2016 – Completed her internship with the Altoona Curve.
- Nick DiDiano, Class of 2016 – Completed his internship at Duquesne Light in Pittsburgh as Human Resources Specialists.
- Jordan Campano, Class of 2017- Completed his internship at Revenue Cycle in Pittsburgh as a Health Care Consultant
- Altoona Curve, Pittsburgh PA
- Oryx Nashville, Inc. Nashville, TN
- DRS Technologies, Johnstown, PA
- Blair Companies, Altoona, PA
- Tomahawks, Johnstown, PA
- National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- The Tree Tops Schools International, Murang’a, (Kenya)
- Emphasize decision-making from an organizational perspective, integrating the traditional academic areas of accounting, finance, management, and marketing;
- Integrate business theory with business practice, bridging the gap between the classroom and the workplace;
- Develop analytical and interpersonal skills necessary for problem solving;
- Learn how to manage business information, blending technological expertise with written and oral communication skills;
- Appreciate the impact of the liberal arts on social activity and business enterprise; and
- Become academically prepared for graduate and further study.
By fulfilling all of the course requirements for the Associate of Science degree with a major in Business Administration, students will have demonstrated they can:
- Use the traditional areas of accounting, finance, management, and marketing to build a foundation for creative decision making;
- Become aware of how academic study can enhance business practice, and how business practice sets the stage for future academic study;
- Develop technical and interpersonal skills necessary for entry-level employment;
- Learn how to access and use business information, using technology to enhance written and oral communication; and
- Become academically prepared for further study.
Note: Learning goals are subject to regular review and revision.