What Does it Mean to Be a Business Major?
Business majors gain analytical and interpersonal skills, which help them to go on to become leaders in their industries. Through internships and mentorship programs, students learn how and why companies and organizations are run the way they are.
High Demand Skills
"Business accounts for up to one-third of all bachelor's degrees granted in the United States, and business majors learn a versatile set of skills, making them some of the best-paid alumni in PayScale's report." (Source: Payscale College Salary Report)
With a solid foundation in the liberal arts and business, students go on to pursue a wide variety of careers, from auditor to CEO, from
"Every tool you need to succeed is at the Kania School. There are guest speakers from different companies sharing their experiences. There are workshops that teach you everything from building your resume and LinkedIn profile to how to present yourself to employers. Bottom line: You will be prepared." - Jim Caulfield '17, Finance and Economics
Business Programs at Scranton
Our business students are prepared to succeed in an increasingly global and technological world. Through highly innovative programs, they are exposed to the latest technology and acquire critical thinking
One example of this is the Alperin Financial Center, a simulated trading floor with computer stations and software configured to facilitate sophisticated analysis and simulated real-time trading of equities and foreign currencies. Students and faculty have access to data and analytics used by professionals in the financial services industry.
Learn More About Our Business Programs:
There are 10 programs of study within our business school, the Kania School of Management (KSOM), three of which are ranked in the top 25 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Each is firmly grounded in the real world of business and organizational leadership and prepares the student for a career in business or for graduate study.