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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.

Degree Details

Offered as: Associate, Bachelor

  • Health Care Administration
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing Communications Media
  • Marketing and Entrepreneurship
  • Sports Management
Specializations (ASSOC)
  • Accounting
  • Computer Applications
  • Management
Other Options
  • Business Administration 4+1 (MBA Program)

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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.

Possible Careers

After graduation some of your career choices may be:

  • Entrepreneur
  • Business Managers
  • Marketing professionals
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief Sustainability Officers
  • General and Operations Managers

Success Stories

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
  • Leidos
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Northrop Grumman
  • NumberFire
  • Old Dominion Trucking Company
  • Sheetz
  • Soccer Coach at Hampden-Sydney  College
  • UPMC Hospital
  • UPS
  • Wawa

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.*

*Bureau of Labor Statistics

Watch the video above to learn more about the Business Administration Program at Mount Aloysius College.

Dig Deeper!


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)
Learning Outcomes
By fulfilling all of the course requirements for the Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, students will have demonstrated they can:

  • 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.

Meet Our Department!

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Christopher Mingyar
Assistant Professor of Accounting
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Jeffrey Sunseri
Instructor of Business/Information Technology
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Karen Watt
Assistant Professor of Information Technology/ Coordinator, Information Technology Program
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Kimberly Asonevich
Assistant Professor of Business Administration/ Chairperson Business and Information Technology
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Cathleen Golden
Assistant Professor of Business & Information Technology
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Brittany Anderson
Professor of Business & Information Technology/Accounting
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David Andrews
Full-time In-House Counsel in the Office of General Counsel

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