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Prepare for a rewarding career as an entrepreneur or business manager in private industries, government, financial institutions, and consulting.

Overview & Distinctions


Develop a broad range of business skills, from communications and writing to problem solving and people management, as you prepare for a career as an entrepreneur or business manager. In our IACBE-accredited accredited program, you’ll combine classroom instruction with real-world internship experiences.

Our Business Management BS major is offered online and on campus.

What You'll Learn

As an business management major, you'll gain a breadth of knowledge in general management, including quantitative problem solution skills, mathematics, computer, writing, and communication and the interpersonal skills needed for working effectively in teams.

As a student of the business management program at D'Youville, you'll develop:
  • A coherent personal philosophy about management
  • An understanding of the ever-changing business world
  • A strong sense of social responsibility

Why Choose D'Youville?

At D'Youville, you will receive individualized attention needed for effective learning. You will also be given guidance for choosing and pursing a career.

  • You’ll learn from professionals who bring their expertise in research, leadership, administration, and management to the classroom, combining deep knowledge of their academic disciplines with their extensive experience to help you acquire a solid base of knowledge and learn how to apply your knowledge in practice. Our accounting professors are CPAs with years of experience.
  • By combining classroom instruction with internship experiences, our program will prepare you to enter a professional role in the accounting and business as soon as you graduate.
  • D'Youville's commitment to a liberal education means that you'll learn how to solve problems, think critically, work well with others, and communicate effectively...all skills that today's employers are looking for.
  • If you're interested in furthering your education, our 5-year combined degree in international business (BS/MS) can be an option. You will be able to earn your bachelor's and master's degree in less time, getting you started in your career a year before other graduates. You will save money as well, as you pay undergraduate tuition for your graduate courses. In addition, you can keep your undergraduate scholarship for all five years.

Automatic Merit-Based Scholarship Consideration

When you apply for admission at D’Youville, we’ll automatically consider you for our merit scholarships. Undergraduate scholarships can cover as much as 50% of your tuition, and there is no need to fill out a separate application!

Transfer students can qualify for scholarships, as well. And unlike other schools, maintaining your scholarship is easier at D'Youville because we use a realistic 2.00 GPA requirement to determine your eligibility for merit-based scholarships each year. 

Find more information and additional scholarships on our scholarships page.

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Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

At D'Youville, we are committed to selecting students who are academically well-rounded and committed to meeting the challenges of a high-quality education. If you have been successful in a traditional college preparatory program in high school, you should be well-prepared for the academic challenges at D'Youville.

First Time in College Student Requirements:

  • Submitted application for admission
  • Official high school transcripts
    • An overall weighted GPA of 80 with successful completion of high school graduation requirements and three years of math, history, english, and science.

Transfer Admission Required Review Criteria:

  • Submitted application for admission
    • Applications are free of charge and can be found on our apply webpage.
  • Official transcripts from ALL previously attended colleges/universities
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0


Explore Courses in Business Management

Management Strategy and Policy — MGT 412

Learn how various functions and subsystems of the management process are related and how they interact with each other.

International Business — MGT 411

Discover how the legal, economic, historical, sociological, political, and philosophical concepts operate in the world of multinational businesses.

Personal Computers and E-Commerce for Managers — MGT 316

Delve into computerized business applications, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation software, and e-commerce concepts. Gain hands-on computer skills in a range of digital business applications.

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If you're interested in beginning your professional career immediately after graduation, the numerous internship opportunities available to Business Management students will allow you to apply what you learn in the classroom into practice through hands-on, real-world experiences. It will provide you with the valuable on-the-job experience employers are looking for while allowing you to investigate a wide range of career experiences and build the kinds of professional contacts that often prove invaluable after graduation.

Because we understand the importance of putting theory into practice, we've structured the Business Management Bachelor's Degree program to integrate internship experiences into the curriculum, allowing you to put what you learn in the classroom into practice immediately. This integration allows you to receive an education that emphasizes both academic rigor and practical experience in a supportive environment that recognizes the demands of accounting and business professionals.

As a student in D'Youville's business management major, you'll benefit from dynamic internships with high-profile companies. Recent placements include:



Because a bachelor's degree in business management can lead to almost limitless career possibilities, D'Youville's program offers flexibility so that you can explore related areas and find your career interest.

Today's organizations are seeking employees with the ability to solve complex business problems. Because managers make decisions based on information, employers value job seekers who can assist companies with key strategic decisions.

Potential positions for graduates of the bachelor's degree program may include positions in business, government or education.

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