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|About||Business students at Marymount Manhattan gain a competitive advantage by taking a broad range of courses. They take general business courses in economics, marketing, business law, finance, and management and get individualized attention.|
The Business Management program offers six majors including a B.A. in Business, B.S. in Entrepreneurship, B.S. in Finance, B.S. in International Business, B.S. in Marketing and B.S. in Management. The difference between the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts in Business is one of emphasis. While both the B.S. and B.A. give you the fundamental skills to pursue a business career, the B.S. is for students who seek a traditional program in a specific business field, such as marketing or finance, while the B.A. in Business is for those students who want to combine a foundation in Business with a special interest in media or the fine and performing arts.
The B.S. curriculum consists of 54 credits in Business Management, 42 credits in Liberal Arts, and 24 credits in electives. All students take a core business curriculum including management, marketing, economics, accounting, statistics, finance, organizational behavior, information technology, business law, and a capstone course. In addition to the core business curriculum, students develop their skills in a particular area of interest: Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management or Marketing.