This program combines the study of fundamentals of economics, statistics, and management with approaches to problem solving in the workplace. It also requires students to take our Business Ethics course. Business Ethics, and most of the other required courses (accounting, law, operations, marketing, etc.), explore the many ethical issues in business. Students will leave this program knowing how ethical behavior should be incorporated into the many decisions made by business people.
Several of the courses in the Business Management Major are utilized by other areas of study at William Penn, including Industrial Technology, Information Technology, and Sport Management. This program aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and leadership qualities for a career in the field of their choosing.
Students in the Business Management program will be prepared for a variety of careers in the field. The mission of this program is to provide students with the necessary tools to be successful in the career of their choice.
The Business Administration Division recognizes the importance of internships and how they can enhance the professional development of students. While internships are not required to complete our major programs, students are encouraged to pursue work experience opportunities which will augment their learning and elevate their resume. Here are some employers that have provided internships for our students:
Our program is similar to that offered by other colleges; it is the instructors who make the difference, and Penn has some good ones. They are well-informed in their areas of expertise and they care about their students’ academic progress.
As one of the oldest buildings on the university campus, Penn Hall has undergone several transformations over the years; both structurally and functionality. Classrooms are located on all four stories, along with administrative offices located on the second level. All classrooms are easily accessible and are equipped with the tools and technology needed for students to be successful.
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