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Have you ever dreamed of owning your own business? Can you picture yourself making significant contributions at a dynamic corporation? Are you always thinking of ideas for new products? Do you love working with numbers? Interested in social media marketing?
The business management curriculum at Curry College will prepare you for success in a variety of business-related careers. You will learn about business - accounting, economics, finance, law, marketing and ethics. You will also acquire essential business skills - teamwork, organizational behavior, presentation techniques, decision-making, leadership, systems thinking, case analysis and project planning.
Business Management Careers
Graduates of the Curry College business management program are well prepared, and have gone on to succeed in rewarding careers such as marketing and sales, residential property management, financial advising, accounting and much more.
Internships with Real-world Experiences
Curry College's location in the Boston metropolitan area, along with our professional affiliations across New England and around the nation, creates the perfect opportunity for you to experience dynamic, hands-on internships at a variety of well-known organizations like:
- Reebok International Ltd.
- TD Garden
- Boston Celtics
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- The Massachusetts Governor's Office
- Harpoon Brewery
- Quincy Mutual Insurance Co.
And many more...
Junior and senior business management majors are encouraged to consider MGT 3450 to enrich their studies. (Only three credits of MGT 3450 may count as 2000-3000 level electives in Business Management.)
- EXP 2340, Introduction to Experiential Education, completed with a grade of C or better
- A 3.00 average in Management
- A 2.75 cumulative (overall) average
- No outstanding "Incomplete" in an earlier field placement.
Note: The approval of Professor Michelle Perrault must be obtained.
Visit our Center for Career Development Department site for more information on our Internship Program
Business Management as a MAJOR
Choose the major in business management for the business know-how that will allow you pursue a variety of business management-related careers. Select the business management major to study a broad range of topics in the profession. Concentrations are optional.
Business Management as a MINOR
We welcome students from any major to pursue a minor in business management, as professionals in all industries can benefit from acquiring solid business skills.
Applied Computing as a MINOR (for Business Management Majors)
As a student majoring in business management, you may wish to consider earning a minor in applied computing to increase your general technical skills and knowledge of specific software programs.
Business Management CONCENTRATIONS
Create your own program of study through the individually initiated concentration, or select from concentrations in:
- Entrepreneurship/Small Business
- Human Resources
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
- Residential Property Management
- Sports and Recreation
Get Started Today!
Visit campus and explore Curry's business management program in person. You may also request information to learn more about the major, minor or concentration of your choice. When you're ready to apply to Curry, we'll help you get started.
Contact the Business Management Department:
Academic and Performance Center, Room 214
Claire Senita '14 was featured in the Spring 2016 issue of The Pittsburgh Foundation's publication, 'Community Forum'. Senita, who suffered a spinal cord injury in 2006, is crafting a business plan to launch a Journey Forward franchise in her native Pittsburgh, a non-profit, exercise based program designed to assist those with spinal cord injuries.
"Curry prepared me for my current position as a Central Buyer at Wayfair in many ways. My four internships prepared me more than I believe anyone or anything else could have. That real world, hands-on experience I gained two years before starting my first job right out of college made me more prepared, experienced, and ready to hit the ground running," says Christine Nguyen '15, Business Management.
To complement his real world classroom experience, Martin Heavey has had no shortage of field practice to take with him into the professional realm. While at Curry he's interned at Doble Engineering and Talbots. And in the summer of 2015, he got the opportunity of a lifetime; an internship at Hill Holliday, one of the nation's largest and most successful advertising agencies.
Dr. Shavindrie ("Shavi") Cooray examines the relationships between humans and technology with her students by embracing technology and by looking at the bigger picture - something she has done extensively in her Ph.D. research and as a former analyst in the corporate world.
The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management, and administration, as well as, to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.
"The experience, contacts, and overall knowledge I gained during my internship at Former Senator (John) Kerry's Office really helped to prepare me for post-graduation life." - Michael Griffin '12, Inbound Marketing Consultant at HubSpot in Cambridge, MA.