The ability to express ideas in writing, verbally and visually
The ability to develop original ideas or use common solutions in unique ways
The skill to effectively separate a complex problem into its component parts in order to identify solutions
The ability to detect interrelationships among component parts and assess their importance in creating solutions
The ability to examine decisions in light of ethical and corporate social responsibility principles as well as their effects on stakeholders worldwide.
The business learning outcomes are skills employers seek, and therefore cornerstones of the program.
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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:
Business schools are a dime a dozen, so why earn a management or marketing degree with Siena Heights University's College for Professional Studies? SHU will help students become competent in business principles and analysis, leading to rational decision-making.
CPS business students also engage in big ethical issues that come with management and marketing. SHU's foundation in professionalism, supporting the Catholic principle of solidarity with communities they serve and the dignity of workers, gives a deeper purpose and broader education -- firmly rooted in the liberal arts -- better than run-of-the-mill business schools can.
SHU's Dominican and Catholic traditions support the reach for respect and inclusion, and for the common good that is an important element of the management and marketing professions.
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.