Feliciano School of Business
Dean: Gregory Cant, Ph.D.
Vice Dean: Kimberly Killmer Hollister, Ph.D.
Acting Associate Dean: Prof. Frank Aquilino
Assistant Dean: Ms. Betsy Rosini
The Feliciano School of Business provides quality education to a diverse student body, our goal is to graduate students who are immediately effective in cutting-edge business organizations. Our undergraduate programs are of primary importance. We prepare our students for entry and mid-level managerial positions, entry-level professional specializations, and entrepreneurial roles. Further, we equip them with the capacity to identify their own goals and pro-actively to manage their life-long career prospects.
To prepare our students for these roles, we must assure their mastery of:
- Thinking skills: logical, critical and integrated analysis; the capacity to exercise good judgment; creative and nontraditional problem solving; proficiency in ethical reasoning;
- Discipline-specific knowledge and competencies: e.g., information technology and quantitative skills appropriate to problem-solving in a real-world setting;
- Communication skills: proficiency in oral, written, presentation, and distance communication;
- Change management: understanding and shaping the forces of change, including globalization and using this understanding to formulate, evaluate, and select from alternative strategies to achieve sustainable competitive advantage;
- Self-development: the capacity to engage in the effective self-management of lifelong learning to achieve continuous professional and personal growth.
The School offers three undergraduate degrees:
- BS in Business Administration,
- BS in Accounting,
- BA in Economics.
The BS in Business Administration has the following concentrations:
- Business Analytics,
- Hospitality Management,
- International Business,
- Management of Information & Technology,
- Real Estate,
- Retail Merchandising and Management,
- Sports, Events, and Tourism Marketing.
The School also offers minors in Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship. Internships and cooperative education experiences are available in many of the programs offered.
Departments and Programs
Accounting, Law, and Taxation
- Accounting (M.S.)
- Accounting (M.S.) (Combined B.S./M.S.)
- Accounting Certificate Program
- Business Administration (M.B.A.)
- Business Administration, Accounting Concentration (M.B.A.)
- Forensic Accounting Certificate Program
Business Program (Minor)
Economics, Finance, and Real Estate
- Business Administration Major, Finance Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Real Estate Concentration (B.S.)
- Economics Major (B.A.)
- Economics Minor
Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship
Information and Operations Management
- Business Administration Major, Business Analytics Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Management of Information and Technology Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Hospitality Management Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Management Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, International Business Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Marketing Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Retail Merchandising and Management Concentration (B.S.)
- Business Administration Major, Sports, Events and Tourism Marketing Concentration (B.S.)