Business Honors Program
Molloy offers the only Honors Program in the region specifically focused on Business. It is made up of the most academically qualified and well-rounded students in each incoming freshman class and is limited to 30 students, divided into two cohorts of 15 each.
Honors courses are taught by the highest rated professors and the program is built around enhancing the skills needed to secure fast track internships and jobs. Substantial scholarships are available.
- Honors students develop their communication skills by giving oral presentations in every class and by participating in Business competitions with other colleges.
- Each year, Honors students participate in international business trips to countries like Japan, China, Russia and business centers throughout Europe. In addition to sightseeing, there are tours of international businesses and opportunities to work with foreign students.
- Honors students benefit from networking opportunities with our Business Advisory Council and various other professional networks.
- The entire network of executives at Molloy is committed to opening doors for professional internships for students. All Honors students have obtained multiple professional internship opportunities, as early as their freshman year.
- Although no separate application is required, admittance to the Business Honors Program requires an on-campus interview with Stephen Bier, the Director of the Business Honors Program. Parents are strongly encouraged to attend.
- Although high school GPA and SAT/ACT scores are important criteria for admission to the Honors Program, significant emphasis is also placed on the applicant's presence, communication skills and overall enthusiasm for business.
- The academic profile for the Program normally calls for a GPA above 90, SAT scores above 1200 and a composite ACT score of 26 or higher.
- If you are a high school senior and this highly selective Business Honors Program interests you, please
contact Casey Mann to schedule your on-campus interview as soon as possible. The Program is capped
at 30 students and normally closes by late February or early March.
Business Honors Freshmen 2015