Students have the opportunity to study in Europe. They take six credit hours in a global setting with students coming from many different cultures. They experience different styles of education and witness new ways of life. Our students return home with a new perspective on culture, language and education - all attractive to potential employers.
Professor of Management734-219-3990 Associate Professor of Accounting517-264-7689 Professor of Accounting517-264-7859 Professor of Management734-996-4521 Assistant Professor of Economics517-264-7626 Professor of Business Management517-264-7659 Assistant Professor of Business Management517-264-7622 Associate Professor of Marketing517-264-7625
Learn about internship opportunities in the Business Administration program.
NOTE: Internships apply to Adrian campus undergraduate students only.
The heart of the internship is the success the intern achieves in encountering and solving real-life problems in a professional workplace setting.
The SHU business internship program provides the following benefits:
- Help to provide students with relevant work experience, which is key to securing a job upon graduation.
- While not required, internship credit can be applied to the major requirements.
- Paid internships help defray educational costs for the student.
- Students develop a digital portfolio of their internship project to share with prospective employers.
Our students have interned at numerous companies, including:
- Anderson Corp.
- Croswell Opera House
- First Federal Bank
- Greenstone Farm Credit
- Kapnick Insurance
- Kraft Foods
- NBC Toledo Channel 24
- The Palace of Auburn Hills
- Promedica Health Systems
- WLEN Radio
- Wacker Silicones
Learn about the career opportunities you can have with a degree in Business Administration.
When you graduate with a BBA degree from Siena Heights University you are prepared for the following business careers:
Learn more about the Business Management Association (BMA) campus club.
The Business Management Association (BMA) is a campus club that welcomes students interested in business (from accounting to entrepreneurship, from international studies to marketing). The club serves three major purposes: education, service, and social enrichment.
Volunteering as a club officer provides students the additional opportunity to develop, strengthen and apply leadership skills.