The Cabrini University Business department's mission is to educate students who share an enthusiasm to become successful business professionals, engaged in the world around them, grounded in social justice, willing to take on the challenge of responsible and productive citizenship in order to build a just world with a heightened concern for those persons who are in need.
The Cabrini University Business Department is dedicated to creating a diverse community of scholars, united and dedicated to the highest academic standards emphasizing leadership development, and a commitment to social justice. The Cabrini University Business Department strives to develop well-rounded students that seek to contribute to the common good, to the local, regional, national, and international business communities. The Department's goal is to be the first choice for employers seeking business graduates and for prospective students seeking a quality business education.
Program Learning Outcomes
To view, click Business Department Learning Outcomes.
The Business Department prepares students for successful careers in hundreds of business positions.
Business Department Performance Reports
Nearly 400 undergraduate students major or minor in:
- Business Management
- Business Analytics
- Human Resources Management
- International Business
- Data Analytics
- MBA Bridge Minor
- Sports Management
Building on Cabrini’s liberal-arts core, discipline-specific courses blend theory with practice to prepare graduates for the professional workforce.
Regardless of the course, the business faculty combine academic qualifications and professional experience. The result is well-rounded graduates who are ready for success in the business world.
Students might find the use of a concentration useful in customizing the major to meet diverse career goals. Students should consult with their faculty advisor about the use of concentrations.
- Nonproﬁt Management: Department requirements plus three upper-division non-proﬁt management courses (BUS 312, MKT 382, and a three-credit course approved by the department).
- Public Administration: Department requirements plus FIN/POL 307, POL 213 or POL 324, and SOW 402.
- Advertising: Department requirements plus MKT 365 and two from the following: COM 360, COM 366, GRA 253, GRA 318, and GRA 319.
Accounting majors can take two graduate Master of Accounting (MAcc) courses during their senior year and then complete their graduate degree with only eight additional courses.
Scholarships and Study Abroad
Business students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need can apply for scholarships and awards.
- Remley Scholarship - PDF
- Heiberger Scholarship for Study Abroad
- Sons of St. Patrick Ireland Study Abroad Scholarship
The Business Department is a member of the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.