In today's business world, many corporations seek employees with experience in different facets of business, which allows for flexibility within the workplace.  The Business Program at The College of New Rochelle provides students with a well-balanced education in the principles, theories, and problem-solving techniques in both business and economics.  As a business major, you will take core courses in accounting, marketing, finance, economics, and computer applications.  You may choose to concentrate in one of three tracks: Management/Marketing, Financial Services, and Human Resource Management.

While providing a strong foundation in business, the program also stresses oral, written, and interpersonal skills, which are necessary no matter what career path you choose.  Because of the broad experience the Business Program offers, graduates are working in a variety of different fields, including insurance, marketing, accounting, financial services, and publishing.

Our courses are designed to fully prepare the student for our multi-cultural and global world.  Hands-on experience through our Business internships and co-op education programs offers the competitive advantage needed to fulfill future goals.


In addition to the requirements of the School of Arts and Sciences, the Bachelor of Sciences degree in Business requires 42 credits in business.  The courses must include:
  • Our Business and Economic Environment
  • Computer Applications
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Elementary Statistics or Psychological Statistics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Accounting
  • International Business
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Management and Entrepreneurship
  • Effective Business Presentations or Public Speaking
  • Money and Banking
  • Corporate Finance
  • Business Computer Applications
  • Business Seminar
All majors must also take 18 credits in a selected career track, which includes a work-based experience relate to their career track and one elective.   The elective may be chosen from:
  • International Economics
  • Business Law
  • Independent study in Business
  • Any course in another track
  • A course approved by the department



  • International Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Business Ethics
  • Management Information Systems
  • Work-based experience
  • Elective
  • Personal Finance and Money Management
  • Financial Accounting II
  • Fundamentals of Investments
  • Money and Banking
  • Work-based experience
  • Elective
  • Management Information Systems
  • Business Law
  • General Psychology
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Human Resource Management
  • Work-based experience
Our Bus. and Economic Environment 3.0 cr.
The Self in Context 3.0 cr.
Writing (by placement) 3.0 cr.
Mathematics (by placement) 3.0 cr.
Liberal Arts Core Program 3.0 cr.
Physical Education 0.0 cr.
  15.0 cr.
Computer Applications 3.0 cr.
Writing 3.0 cr.
Business course in selected track 3.0 cr.
Liberal Arts Core Program 6.0 cr.
Physical Education 0.0 cr.
  15.0 cr.