Business Administration (BBA)
Why Business Administration?
Businesses and organizations need leaders to help them achieve goals and succeed. Knowing the principles and practices of organizations and how they are structured is key in a service economy.
Why Study Business Administration at Iona?
You will learn the overarching aspects of business and gain a solid business foundation needed to succeed in the leadership of a modern organization. Our faculty are among the best in the business, and include practicing consultants with Fortune 500 and multinational companies.
You will be introduced to the international aspects of business and gain the solid business foundation needed to succeed in the leadership of a modern organization.
You will learn to think innovatively in classes housed in our new state-of-the-art LaPenta School of Business – a hub of creativity, collaboration and possibility.
What You'll Learn
Our program will train you to deal with managerial and decision-making concerns and introduce you to the international aspects of business. You will study all facets of business, including international business, corporate finance, market research, organizational behavior and more.
You will have many opportunities to hone your skills outside the classroom with sought-after internships and through serving-learning courses. Our program provides opportunities to assist local organizations with strategies and solutions to real-life business problems.
You will be taking classes in our new state-of-the-art, eco-friendly LaPenta School of Business. An expanded LaPenta-Lynch Trading Floor features Bloomberg Terminals and a live, wrap-around stock ticker which keeps the pulse of business right at your fingertips!
Over the last 5 years, 90% of our Business students found immediate employment after graduation or continued on to graduate school.
Our business programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) -- a highly acclaimed distinction awarded to just 5 percent of business schools worldwide.
GLO-BUS was a great experience as a business major. It requires you to sit down and analyze your company’s situation each week and make adjustments accordingly. The decisions we had to make will certainly help me in the business world.
Matthew Bosse '19, Business Administration concentration
Careers & Outcomes
Put your skills to the test in leadership and critical thinking to learn the fundamentals and assist in the operation of a business.
- Business Intelligence Analyst
- Facilities Analyst
- Logistics Coordinator
- Office Manager
- Sales Manager