Immaculata University's Business and Accounting Department develops value-based, service-oriented business leaders for the global community. Business is the lifeblood of a culture, and business administration is the heart of business – whether locally, nationally, or as part of the growing global business community.
Immaculata graduates are prepared for leadership in the areas of business administration, accounting, economics, finance, and business education. Special concentrations are also offered with emphasis in marketing, management, business law, and entrepreneurship. Combined with a strong liberal arts core, graduates are prepared to take a leadership role in a variety of business endeavors and are prepared to pursue advanced study in graduate programs.
Student Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of the business degree program, you will be able to:
Understand the balance of theory and practice as it applies to the various sectors of the world of business, accounting, finance, marketing and economics.
Exercise effective interpersonal, communication, and analytical skills.
Use technology effectively to enhance productivity on both individual and organizational levels.
Use your business skills to make a difference in the world with the highest level of integrity and ethics.
Immaculata's Enactus Team won this year's regional championship and will be going to the national competition. The team demonstrated the meaning of entrepreneurship in action (Enactus) through its outstanding work on initiatives for Wings for Success, Campbell’s "Let’s Can Hunger" projects, and HumanKind Water.
L to R: Dr. Charlene Fitzwater (Advisor), Nick Ridolfi, Brandi Santeniello, Jared Poindexter, Dan Burns, Kristin Schorn (President), Todd Boisvert, Peter Kotula (Treasurer), Dan Klodarska (Vice President), Dr. Elizabeth Faunce (Advisor).
Watch this video to see how our students are using their skills to help provide clean water around the world: