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Become a Leader in Management

The ability to manage personnel, processes, and strategic plans is key to the success of organizations of all sizes. Our management degree emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of business, training managers to think creatively, and communicate effectively. Through individual and group projects, leadership skills are sharpened to prepare students to navigate an increasingly complex business environment.   


BS - Management


The Management minor consists of 18 credits (6 courses) which provides a strong foundation in the discipline. 


Management Minor


The Dual Degree Program allows students to pursue both undergraduate and graduate courses as part of their undergraduate program of study. If you choose this option, you can earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Management and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) within five years.


BS - Management Dual Degree





Transfer students are welcome into this program. Learn more about transferring to Molloy, including transfer guidelines, articulation agreements and funding opportunities.



Focus On Your Career

The School of Business is unique in that it utilizes an executive-based learning model to prepare students for the business world. Students are instructed by faculty that come from industry to impart their knowledge within an engaging learning environment:

  • Internships

    Our School's Business Career Coordinator begins working with students as early as their first year to secure an internship.

    Molloy's Business degrees require the completion of one internship, while many business students complete multiple internships throughout their academic journey.

  • Career Prep

    Students meet with our Business Career Coordinator to construct a resume and cover letter, develop networking strategies, prepare for interviews, and research potential employers within various industries.

  • Careers for Management Graduates

    Graduates can pursue the following professions:

    • Client services manager
    • Sales representative
    • Project manager
    • Office manager
    • Human resource manager
    • Business manager
    • Community manager
    • Staff accountant
    • Marketing manager
    • Logistics manager
    • Account executive
    • Data analyst
    • Business consultant
    • Management analyst
    • Development director
    • Director of operations
    • Program assistant

The executive-based learning style, paired with professors' practical insights, enriched my academic experience.