Whether you wish to become a leader of a Fortune 500 company, an entrepreneur running a start-up enterprise, or just want to make your mark in the business world, the Springfield College Business Administration Department is a great place to begin. Springfield College is renowned for its tradition of developing business leaders who have made impacts in their communities and beyond.
Kristen Connulty ’12, who interned at Randall’s Farm and Greenhouse in Ludlow, Mass.
Springfield College business administration graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in financial, corporate, governmental, and nonprofit environments. Many students go on to further their education in graduate or law school, or pursue further professional specialization.
Springfield College graduates enter the workforce with the advantage of real-world experience gained through internships and fieldwork. Often, this results in employment offers, even before graduation.
Degrees are offered in both business management and health services administration.
Minor degrees are offered in economics, business management, and not-for-profit business.
Assistant Professor of Business Management, Internship Coordinator, and co-chair of the Department of Business Administration
Michael Musante Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and co-chair of the Department of Business Administration