Study Business Administration Online at Monroe
- ACBSP accredited – the gold standard for business programs
- Finish in just four semesters
- Practical skills and the opportunity to specialize in finance or the ever-growing marketing field
- Networking opportunities
Our professors are the professionals in their fields.
They may be senior business executives, marketing managers, human resource professionals, or project managers. Their classes are not just theory: they focus on the practical skills that allow you to land the job … and hit the ground running once you do. You'll learn through a mix of technology and the sharing of their valuable experiences.
This course introduces key concepts, tools, and principles of strategy formulation and competitive analysis. It focuses on the information, analyses, organizational processes, skills, and business judgement managers must use to devise strategies, position their businesses, define firm boundaries, and maximize long-term profits in the face of uncertainty and competition.
Take advantage of Monroe’s location – on the fringe of New York City – for internships in many different areas.
- New York Life Insurance Co.
- Bronx Chamber of Commerce
- PwC - PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
- Compassionate Care Hospice - Bronx
- JH Community Services Inc.
- NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services
- Con Edison
- Boys & Girls Club of Mount Vernon
In addition to academics, Monroe College offers other opportunities to enhance your professional and networking skills.
- ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals for America)
- Delta Mu Delta Honor Society
- Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence
Your Future Career in Business Administration
Typical positions for graduates with a degree in business administration include:
- Executive assistant: Assist the executive with managing his or her calendar in regards to meetings, preparing financial reports and supervise other support staff in the office.
- Human resources manager: Oversee the recruitment and hiring of new staff; consult with executives on strategic planning.
- Business office manager: Ensure that the administrative activities within an organization run efficiently.
- Account manager: Work to deliver positive customer experiences and resolve situations, present various reports to the department head like sales results for the quarter
- Payroll and benefits administrator: Oversee the compensation of all the workers, know bookkeeping procedures as well as the laws governing compensation and benefits in their state.
Professor, School of Business and Accounting
Professor, School of Business and Administration
International applicants are encouraged to apply three months before the start date.