Business Administration - Geneva College, a Christian College in Pennsylvania (PA)
 Business Administration

Business Administration@Geneva

Why study Business Administration at Geneva?

Geneva’s Business Administration program dynamically blends academic and workplace experience to provide students with both theoretical and practical knowledge. Our graduates are very successful in securing employment, often citing their internship experience as a catalyst in their choice of employment. Our department enjoys a 96% job placement rate within 12 months of graduation.

  • Nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
  • Faculty have extensive industry experience and teach from a real-world perspective.
  • Applied learning through business simulations, case studies and hands-on projects.
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  • Global business exposure to Asia, Latin America and Europe under the department’s credit-awarding program.
  • Strong professional connections with employers in the multi-state area.
  • Business students at Geneva typically score above the 80th percentile nationwide in the ETS Major Field Tests (MFT).
Geneva professors taught me the most important aspects of business, down to the last detail. They always want to help in any way they can and do go out of their way for their students.” - Laura, business graduate

What degrees does the Geneva Business Department offer?

B.S. in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.S.B.A.), with majors in:

  • ACCOUNTING
  • BUSINESS, with concentrations in:
    • FINANCE
    • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
    • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
    • MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • MARKETING
    • SPORT MANAGEMENT
  • SPORT MANAGEMENT/BUSINESS
  • AVIATION/BUSINESS DUAL DEGREE, in partnership with the Community College of Beaver County's Associate in Applied Science degree

What can I do with a business degree from Geneva?

  • Work in the areas of management, marketing, human resources, finance, accounting, operations management, consumer behavior, sales, international business, sport management, and entrepreneurial pursuits.
  • Hold corporate or small business positions in for-profit businesses or in non-profit organizations.
  • Be employed as a manager, marketer, financial analyst, salesperson, or other roles at various Pittsburgh companies and across the country and the world.
  • Join CPA firms in and around Pittsburgh and across the country.
  • Serve in state and federal government agencies.

Academic Organizations

  • Accounting Club
  • Business Club
  • Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA)
  • Society for Chapter Human Resource Managers (SHRM)
  • Delta Mu Delta, an international honors society - Theta Psi Chapter (DMD)
  • Christian Business Faculty Organization (CBFA)
  • Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP)
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)

What are some classes I might take at Geneva?

  • Business Foundations
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Biblical Management & Business Ethics
  • Strategic Management
  • Sport in American Culture

Key Experienced and Accomplished Faculty

Jeff Santasiero
Assistant Professor
Gary Dunda
Assistant Professor, Head Men's Soccer Coach
Lori Wynn
Assistant Professor, Head Women's Basketball Coach
Julie Hines
Assistant Professor
Christen Adels
Department Chair, MBA Program Director
Denise Murphy-Gerber
Associate Professor
Daniel Raver
Associate Professor
Gary Vander Plaats
Associate Professor
Matt Fuss
Associate Professor
Curtis Songer
Associate Professor

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What internships are available through Geneva?

  • Northwestern Mutual Insurance
  • Grossman, Yanak & Ford, LLP CPA Firm
  • Integra Marketing Group
  • State Farm Insurance
  • Pocket Nurse Medical Supplies & Equipment

 

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Programs are nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
96%

of Geneva graduates have jobs or are in graduate school one year after graduation.