The Rosemont College Business Department strives to meet the wants of the age by providing courses and extra-curricular learning experiences for our undergraduate students so that our students can enter their careers with confidence and the ability to recognize opportunities and develop creative solutions to contemporary, multifaceted business challenges.
Business Majors and Minors
Rosemont offers majors and minors in the following Business disciplines:
We Create Leaders in Business
Whether you want to create your own start-up or join a Fortune 500 company, Rosemont's Business programs will give you the highly-sought after skills of critical thinking, analysis, and leadership, enriched and supported by a mind-broadening liberal arts framework.
Regardless of which major in the business program you select, you will gain all the skills you need to distinguish yourself as a business leader.
We engage our students on a deep level in critical and ethical thinking, no matter what discipline they are working in. We require experiential learning as a degree requirement. We facilitate extracurricular experiences that help students develop as young professionals in the world of work. We address the social and ethical impact of business practices. As a Business major at Rosemont, you'll:
- Practice applications of ethics, social responsibility, and technological tools in business environments.
- Develop curriculum with input from of individuals with industry experience.
- Instill in our students a self-confidence and pride in their abilities as professionals and lifelong learners.
As a full-time undergraduate student, you have the options of taking classes at Villanova, Eastern University, Harrisburg University, University of the Sciences, and all the SEPCHE schools. These include Cabrini University, Chestnut Hill College, Gwynedd-Mercy University, Holy Family University, Immaculata University, and Neumann University).
A Multi-Disciplinary Approach
99% of May 2018 Rosemont graduates are employed full-time or enrolled full-time in graduate school, service programs, or the military as of June 2019.
We are collaborative in our approach and integrate a multi-disciplinary perspective in Business courses. Our department works closely with other academic programs at Rosemont to include coursework from Studio Art and Graphic Design, Environmental Studies, Communications, Ethics and Leadership Studies, and Theology and Religious Studies.
At Rosemont, we don't just train you for a specific career, we encourage you to develop strong intellectual and practical skills that apply to the real world. In addition to the in-depth study of your chosen major, you'll take courses in a wide breadth of liberal arts subjects.
Minor in Ethics and Leadership
An interdisciplinary program, Rosemont's Minor in Ethics and Leadership is designed to provide you with a foundation for effective values-based leadership roles in both your personal and professional life. Courses introduce students to the foundational principles of leadership and ethical decision-making.
Electives are pulled from many disciplines, including Business, History, Sociology, Environmental Studies, Philosophy, and Communication. For a complete list of minors and their academic requirements, refer to our academic catalog.
Are you an adult student returning to college or starting your bachelor's degree? Rosemont's Adult Professional Studies program offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Our student-centric program is designed to meet the needs of non-traditional students, with flexible online or in-person formats.
Because postgraduate degrees are increasingly valuable to business leaders, Rosemont offers dual degree programs. Choose any Business major, and combine it with an MBA, MS in Strategic Leadership, or MS in Healthcare Administration from the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.