The Business Administration major is designed to prepare students for professional careers in either the profit or nonprofit sectors. Skills in finance, management, decision-making, and marketing enable students to enter either sector. The major and related field requirements introduce business students to the various disciplines necessary in today’s environment.
Why Study Business Administration at Nyack?
The curricular combination of liberal arts, Bible, and business develops an individual who is skilled in business, scripturally sound, socially aware, and true to the Great Commission. Our rigorous academic curriculum is taught by highly qualified faculty who bring a mixture of scholarship and applied experience in business, faith-based, and non-profit organizations. Students benefit from an individualized approach to their academic development as well as a location in the heart of America’s capital of business, entrepreneurship, and finance.
“This program gives me life! It’s simply the best. My professors are knowledgeable and able to pass on their knowledge with excellence and creativity.”
Damali CooperClass of 2018
“Professor Wlodarczyk’s class has opened my eyes to a world of business that I never knew existed.”
Delsie CarterClass of 2017
“Nyack’s professors are friendly and knowledgeable. I also enjoy being around the other students in the business department.”
Franklin ZhumiClass of 2018
What Will I Study?
Nyack’s business majors study the practical application of business requirements in the fields of leadership, ethics, research, finance, accounting, and operations. Courses offered include the following:
- Business Calculus and Applications
- Business Ethics
- Business Law
- Business Policy and Strategic Management
- Management Information Systems
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of Finance
- Principles of Management
- Principles of Marketing
Our location in the New York metropolitan area gives our students a head start in the work world. Faculty assist students with professional connections that are useful upon graduation. Whether they choose to pursue a career in accounting, finance, market research, or another field, students leave Nyack confident and prepared.
Many of Nyack’s business graduates continue their education, while others go on to work at companies of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Some even start their own business. Regardless of the path they choose, Nyack’s business students graduate ready and able to make a difference in the world of business and beyond.