School of Business
In the Pittsburgh region, there are 4,000 annual business and finance occupation openings being met by only 3,000 new graduates at the bachelor’s and graduate level.*
Discover our business degrees.
Bachelor of Science, Applied Management, Online
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Online
Associate in Science, Business Administration
Associate in Science, Business Administration - Management, Online
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Building real-world skills with simulations.
Talk about challenging and fun. You’ll engage in real-world simulations by taking what you’re learning in class and applying those skills in marketing and operations scenarios across a variety of industries. It’s this kind of high-tech learning that will demonstrate the result of your decisions and the complexity of the business world, at large.
Learn from business professionals.
In our School of Business, instructors combine their passion for teaching, their nuts-and-bolts business knowledge, and industry experience to immerse and engage you in the subject matter.
Internships mean growing outside of the classroom, too.
You will take your hands-on learning further as our Career Services team use their business contacts to help you arrange an internship. And they’ll work with you from the moment you begin your program, helping you build your job-search skills and connecting you with potential employers as you get ready to start your career.Take a look at internships
A full-time position is within reach.
Whether you want to pursue a career in accounting, management, hospitality and tourism, or other professions, our Career Services team will work closely with you to help you land that all-important first job after graduation. Their goal: Putting you on the path to finding a job you love, for life.Discover Career Services
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Whether you want to speak with a representative, swing by campus or get the application process started, it's time to discover how different a college can be.
*”Inflection Point: Supply, Demand, and the Future of Work in the Pittsburgh Region”, 2016. http://www.alleghenyconference.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/InflectionPoint.pdf