Undergraduate Business Programs

Student Spotlight

At Molloy, we focus on providing students with a strong academic foundation and the professional skills necessary to compete in today's challenging business environment. We recognize that our students' ability to master each of these foundations is key to long-term success in their chosen field. Accordingly, we have embraced these principles and have incorporated them into every Business course offered at Molloy.

Full-time employment in one's career of choice is the ultimate goal of every student and our faculty is committed to partnering with our Business students in this endeavor. You will experience multiple professional internships during your undergraduate years, allowing you to develop a resume with a competitive edge. Unique to Molloy, we have a dedicated career placement resource within the Business Division that is available to guide and assist you through this process - starting the day you arrive on campus.

Our programs include:

If you'd like to earn your Business degree in a program dedicated to academic excellence and active practical learning, come to Molloy. We invite you to meet our faculty and students, visit our state-of-the-art trading room and explore all the exciting opportunities that will be yours when you become part of the Molloy Business Program.

       

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Have questions about anything here? Feel free to drop us a quick note below.

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Dawn DiStefano, MBA
Associate Dean & Director of Undergraduate Business
Division of Business
1000 Hempstead Avenue Casey Building, Room 103 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002
516.323.3096, 516.32.3077
ugbusiness@molloy.edu, bustransfer@molloy.edu

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Business By The Numbers

40

Internships and full-time

positions in the Big 4 last year

1st

Place at Euroweek competition

Only U.S. school selected.

80%

Undergraduate business department

growth in 4 years

1st

Place in Hofstra's 2014

entrepreneurship competition