Binghamton University’s business administration program prepares students for successful careers. Consistently ranked as one of the best public business schools in the nation, the School of Management ensures that students learn the soft skills, such as teamwork and communication, and technical skills needed to become leaders in an economy driven by disruption and innovation.
Through experiential learning opportunities, including case competitions and project courses, students explore the challenges of decision-making in complex contexts and situations, and learn how to develop innovative solutions that are considerate of legal, environmental and societal factors. Our curriculum is enhanced with analytics requirements to ensure that our students are able to interpret and communicate data-driven discoveries.
Students can complete a concentration in number of areas, including marketing, finance and business analytics (see more below).
- BS in Business Administration
- BS in Business Administration: Business Analytics
- BS in Business Administration: Consulting and Leadership
- BS in Business Administration: Entrepreneurship
- BS in Business Administration: Finance
- BS in Business Administration: Management Information Systems
- BS in Business Administration: Marketing
- BS in Business Administration: Quantitative Finance
- BS in Business Administration: Supply Chain Management
Internships, research opportunities and more
The School of Management provides numerous opportunities for students to build their professional network and gain hands-on experience.
With the help of the School of Management’s Career Services office, students will often take on internships during their winter and summer breaks.
Students are able to build their résumé and gain leadership experience by getting involved with the School of Management’s student clubs and organizations. With dozens to choose from, students are able to explore business careers in a range of industries, from fashion to sports management.
With a heavily-involved alumni base, students have opportunities to network and work directly with graduates who have gone on to become CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and leaders of successful startups.
Other opportunities include developing impactful community service projects with the PwC Scholars program, managing a portfolio worth a half million dollars in our student-run trading room, and working with real-world data in case competitions sponsored by major organizations.
Some courses to consider in your first year:
- MATH 220 - Calculus For Business & Mgmt
- ECON 160 - Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 162 - Principles Of Macroeconomics
- CQS 112 - Statistics For Management
- CQS 111 - Computer Tools for Management
- MGMT 111 - Intro Decision Making in MGMT
- ACCT 211 - Financial Accounting
- ACCT 212 - Managerial Accounting
After You Graduate
The School of Management Career Services office provides a wide array of services that include one-on-one career counseling, professional development workshops, career and alumni mentoring events, mock interviews and résumé critiques.
Our students are sought out by top employers. The School of Management is the top provider of new hires for PwC and EY in New York City. Other firms that recruit our students include KPMG, Deloitte, Bank of America, Citi, JP Morgan, Mazda, Morgan Stanley, and Protiviti.
Many business administration students also pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate degree at the School of Management. With only one extra year of study, SOM’s flexible MBA program allows students to customize their curriculum and increase their marketability by exploring various career tracks.
You may also be interested in our accelerated/4+1 degree programs which allow students to complete their bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in just 5 years:
For more information, visit the Business Administration website.