School of Business & Management

Build a business career that is both purposeful and profitable.

Success in today’s business world is about creating both social and economic value. Guided by the engaged and accessible faculty within the School of Business & Management, Emmanuel students become socially responsible leaders, innovative thinkers and ethical decision makers with a strong foundation in academic theory and an application to the real world.

The School’s rigorous and relevant undergraduate programs in accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing and sport management reflect the reality of today’s dynamic markets and the need for integrated approaches to problem-solving. Through an emphasis on collaboration and hands-on experience in the city of Boston, students gain a deep knowledge of business fundamentals, and graduate with the technical expertise and moral compass needed to be a responsible leader. Master’s programs and certificates in management, human resource management and research administration prepare students to advance their careers and translate our community’s commitment to innovation and ethical action in the surrounding business community.

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Saints Spotlight: Maan Alawa '17

Management major Maan Alawa '17 got a taste of the world of hospitality—and award-winning company culture—through his HR internship with Kimpton Hotels.

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Saints Spotlight: Kelly Cicchese '17

Kelly Cicchese '17 credits the close relationships she developed with her Emmanuel professors with helping her secure her public relations internship at the Boston-based headquarters of Regan Communications Group.

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Saints Spotlight: Tamara Tierney '14

From the Boston Bruins to hospitality giant TripAdvisor, management major Tamara Tierney '14 has honed her customer service skills with some of the biggest names in the Greater Boston area.

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Featured Faculty: Rebecca Moryl

Dr. Rebecca Moryl is an Associate Professor of Economics at Emmanuel College. Professor Moryl teaches on subjects including microeconomics, economic relations, the politics of international economic relations and urban economics. She believes that understanding economics is critical to understanding the worlds-big and small-in which we live.

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