BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

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Overview

When you major in Business Administration, you’ll be ready for today’s complex business environment and prepared to succeed at a corporation, a local business or as an entrepreneur. Our program has six concentrations: Economics, Finance, International Business Management, Management, Management Information Systems and Marketing.

CONCENTRATIONS:

Economics


What you’ll study: Monetary systems and theory, operations management, money and banking.

What you can do: Become a researcher, a financial analyst or a teacher.

Please review the recommended sequence of courses.

Finance


What you’ll study: Working capital management, business policy, security analysis, money and banking.

What you can do: Become a financial analyst, stock broker, bank officer or a personal financial planner.

Please review the recommended sequence of courses.

International Business Management


What you’ll study: International finance management, international human resource management, international trade.

What you can do: Become a business expert anywhere around the world.

Please review the recommended sequence of courses.

Management


What you’ll study: Operations management, business policy, organizational behavior.

What you can do: Become a corporate business manager or start your own business!

Please review the recommended sequence of courses.

Management Information Systems


What you’ll study: Programming, systems analysis, database management, multimedia programming.

What you can do: Become an IT manager

Please review the recommended sequence of courses.

Marketing


What you’ll study: Consumer behavior, industrial marketing, marketing research.

What you can do: Become an advertising executive, a marketing consultant or a researcher.

Please review the recommended sequence of courses.



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Students have interned at:

  • Pfizer as a financial auditor
  • First Investors Financial Services
  • Data Inc. as an account manager
  • Bloomfield Center Alliance in Marketing
  • Sneaker Factory
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Fast Facts

  • Bloomfield College business faculty have received high-level recognition, including
    one selected as a Fulbright Scholar.
  • You'll get to network at the many special business events the college holds.
  • You'll acquire skills in business writing and communication.
  • Former Bloomfield College students have gone on to own their own businesses, including a social media marketing firm.
  • You'll study real-world management and marketing examples and applications.
  • With a bachelor's degree in business, there are a lot of doors that will open in industry, including international business and Wall Street. Even the state and federal government have need for business majors. (Source: Learn.org)
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You could be ...

A chief business executive: Median pay $230,090 per year. Chief business executives devise strategies and policies to ensure that an organization meets its goals. They plan, direct and coordinate operational activities of companies and organizations.

A sales manager: Median pay $135,090 per year. Sales managers plan, direct or coordinate distribution of a product or service to the customer. They coordinate sales distribution by establishing sales territories, quotas and goals and establish training programs for sales representatives.

A financial analyst: Median pay $81,760 per year. Financial analysts provide guidance to businesses and individuals about money and investment decisions.

An information systems manager: Median pay $135,800 per year. Information systems managers plan, coordinate and direct computer-related activities in an organization. They help determine the information technology goals of an organization and are responsible for implementing computer systems to meet those goals.

(Source: bls.gov and payscale.com)


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Contact Information

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Christie Cruse-Cohen

Assistant Professor

Phone: 973-748-9000, ext. 1377
Office: 53 Fremont, Room 5
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Maryann DiLiberto

Professor

Phone: 973-748-9000, ext. 1379
Office: 53 Fremont, Room 6
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Lazaros Michailidis

Professor

Phone: 973-748-9000, ext. 1376
Office: 53 Fremont, Room 8
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Anita Pasmantier

Professor

Phone: 973-748-9000, ext. 1341
Office: 53 Fremont, Room 7
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Ellen Powley

Professor

Phone: 973-748-9000, ext. 1414
Office: 53 Fremont, Room 1
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“The Business program teaches students the skills to be effective in the workplace. They are exposed to real-life situations that prepare them for what is ahead.”

– Christie Cruse, Bloomfield Business Faculty
“College is what you put into it, and at Bloomfield College we give the students the tools to succeed.”

– Anita Pasmantier, Bloomfield Business faculty
“It’s a place where professors care about the students and their success. Small class sizes and relationships with the faculty are the priority.”

– Christie Cruse, Bloomfield Business faculty