School of Business
Own Your Future
Whether you hope to start your own business or obtain a leadership position in an existing corporation, agency or nonprofit, the Business School at Seton Hill University will help you take ownership of your future.
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Majors & Minors in the Business School include:
- Data Analytics
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Business Administration (with specializations in entrepreneurial studies, human resources, marketing, information management & international organization)
- Sports Management
- Communication (with specializations in advocacy media, corporate & political)
Seton Hill's MBA Program offers specializations in:
Earn Your Bachelor’s & MBA Together in Less Time (and for Less Money!)
At Seton Hill, business majors can earn both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in as little as five years. Find out more at setonhill.edu/fastforward.
Adult Degree Program
Many of the bachelor's degrees offered through the School of Business can be earned through Seton Hill's Adult Degree Program, with courses designed for busy adults offered online, on campus or both.
Careers in Business
Internships & Career Preparation While At Seton Hill
At Seton Hill, you can prepare yourself for a strong career in any industry, from healthcare to accounting to information technology. Our award-winning Center for Career and Professional Development will work with your professors so that you do career planning right along with your academic courses. The Center will help you to decide on a career, find the best internships and land that first great job. Even better: the Center's services are available to you after you graduate for as long as you need them. Discover more at setonhill.edu/careerservices.
Want to Start a Business?
The Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities (Wukich CEO) provides specialized support for students interested in owning a business, including:
- The Wukich Venture Fund (which provides initial capital for approved student businesses).
- Business plan development.
- Business model & elevator pitch competitions.
- Entrepreneurial Lecture Series.
- Entrepreneurial skills workshops.
- Entrepreneurs-in-Residence who serve as business mentors.
- Wukich scholars & interns programs.
As a business student at Seton Hill you will enjoy learning from faculty with academic and professional business experience. Your business faculty advisor will assist you with everything from choosing courses to deciding on a career path or graduate school.
Seton Hill's student business clubs and organizations are open to all business students and are a great way to make future career contacts, gain practical experience and have fun.
- Accounting Society
- Business Club
- Collegiate Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA)
- Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- Seton Hill Chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization
- Seton Hill University Enactus Team
Ready to Take Your Next Step UP?
The Accounting, Business Administration, and MBA programs at Seton Hill are accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). To view the results of the program based outcomes assessment please click here (PDF).
From Degrees To Careers
Some Seton Hill graduates start their accounting careers right away, while others go on to graduate school or start their own businesses in:
- Public Accounting
- International Accounting
- Banking and Finance
Seton Hill Business Administration Program graduates have active careers in:
- Human Resources
- Business Analysis
- Public Relations
Seton Hill Data Analytics Program graduates are prepared for careers in a number of industries, including:
- Information Technology
Hospitality and Tourism
Seton Hill’s Hospitality and Tourism Program graduates are prepared for management-level careers in a variety of industries, including:
- Hotels and Resorts
- Cultural, Historical and Ecotourism
- Sports, Recreation and Leisure Tourism
- Meeting and Event Planning
Setor Hill graduates with business degrees in management are prepared for high-level careers in a variety of fields, including:
- Sports Management
- New Venture Development
- Global Management
- Information Management
- Banking and Finance
- Compensation and Benefits Management
- Facility and Event Management
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