Conceptual. Analytical. Practical. Ethical. Today’s multidisciplinary study of management or accounting prepares the leaders of tomorrow.
The Department of Business and Economics translates Emmanuel’s commitment to ethics and social justice into its curriculum, sharing values around rigor, relevance, collaboration and integrity. Our students know that organizations—whether for-profit or not-for-profit—can do well and do good. Our students graduate confident in the theories and the skills necessary to manage responsibly in a complex society. Our liberal arts foundation teaches students to think critically, be problem solvers and communicate well. In their management courses, students develop further competencies in quantitative analysis, ethics and responsibility, leadership and teamwork, international issues and technology.
Our vision is to produce socially responsible leaders, thinkers and decision makers who have a strong foundation in theory with an application to the real world and are guided by an engaged and accessible faculty who have a strong balance of theory and practice.
Saint Spotlight: Tony Cibelli '17
Tony is a senior at Emmanuel College majoring in accounting.Tony
Internships: Kelly Cicchese '17
Kelly was a public relations intern at Regan Communications Group. She graduated from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in communication and media studies and management.
Internships: Kenny Lumpkin '17
Kenny was a marketing intern at Liberty Mutual Insurance and World Sports Camps. He will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in business management.
Saint Spotlight: Chris Coutsoukis '16
Management major Christopher Coutsoukis '16 is a firm believer in the benefits of a liberal arts education. His personal and career interests are numerous and diverse, and he wanted his academic and professional preparation to reflect that. A summer 2015 internship with Fidelity Investments (one of seven he completed as an undergrad) led to a full-time job offer to begin after graduation in May 2016.Read more about Christopher
Internships: Maan Alawa '17
Maan is an area, people and culture intern at Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, Inc.. He will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in business management with a language certification in Arabic.
Small classes, big advantages
The faculty of the Business + Economics Department are engaged and accessible to students, providing the benefit of their academic training in theory and their professional experience in practice.Meet Our Faculty
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