Management Beyond the Classroom
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Management prepares PC graduates to lead and motivate people with integrity, to solve business problems creatively and ethically, and to succeed within a challenging global environment of innovation and change.
Through coursework, internship opportunities, and participation in co-curricular activities such as the Future Friar Executives Club, students develop competencies in management knowledge, oral and written communication, information technology, teamwork, and qualitative and quantitative reasoning.
In addition to core business management courses that help students to develop skills for today’s business world, the program is complemented by liberal arts studies that develop students’ analytical, critical thinking, and communications skills — all necessary to manage dynamic organizations in the fast-paced 21st century.
Additional elective courses in management allow students to focus their studies in specific areas, such as entrepreneurship/leadership, international business, or management information systems.
Management majors have pursed internships with:
- Bank of America
- John Hancock Financial Network
- Department of Attorney General
- Providence Bruins
- Lincoln Property
- Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation
- Mass Mutual Financial Group