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You have a mind for business. You have a personality that likes to run the show.

Our business management major will give you the broad knowledge base that will prepare you for a variety of positions in the global marketplace. 

Choose to concentrate in one of these four areas:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • General management
  • International business
  • Marketing
Pictured is business management alumnus Nicholas Supertzi.

Courses & Topics

You'll take a variety of practical and theoretical courses including accounting, marketing, finance and international business. At the same time, you can explore courses in human resources and production/operations. 

You will receive a well-rounded education through our core curriculum and the courses in our business management major including:

  • Business Law
  • Corporate Finance
  • Ethical Leadership
  • International Business
  • International Marketing
  • Regulations in the Workplace
  • Strategic Planning
  • Cross-Cultural Business Management
  • Operations Management and Quantitative Analysis

Faculty bring industry experience and expertise to the classroom

Learn from professors with extensive industry experience and academic expertise in business management.

Meet the faculty
Pictured is Soren Hogsgaard, chair of business management.
  • Was a city planner for the City of St. Petersburg, Fla.
  • Served as a human resource consultant for the Allegheny County Government and State of Pennsylvania 
  • Curriculum consultant for Pittsburgh Board of Education

Career Options

With a business management degree, you will have the option to pursue careers in various industries such as:

  • Pictured is business management alumna Elizabeth Andreakos.Banking
  • Health care
  • Manufacturing
  • Nonprofit
  • Government
  • Sales management
  • Insurance
  • Real estate

Student & Alumni Success

From PNC to UPMC to Duquesne Light, learn about internships our students have completed and where our graduates have gone on to build their business management careers.

More profiles
Pictured is business management and accounting student Bradley Calleja.
"Point Park is a dynamic and growing campus with an abundance of internships and job opportunities all around. Even though I came from a small, rural town, I immediately felt comfortable and at home living in the city."
Pictured is business management alumna Chelsea Halker.
"I chose to major in business management with a marketing concentration so I would have a solid business foundation … I oversee all marketing efforts for the 43 Dunkin Donuts in our Pittsburgh area franchisee group."

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