Marymount Manhattan

Department of Business

Look beyond the numbers. An MMC Business degree will teach you to lead as well as collaborate, to analyze and communicate, and to think globally, behave ethically, and apply theoretical concepts to solve real world problems.


  • Sofija Gligorov

    “Originally from Macedonia, I graduated from MMC in 2013 as the Valedictorian with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, and a concentration in International Business and Economics.

    I currently work at JP Morgan Chase & Co. as an Analyst in Global Treasury within Corporate Finance.

    NYC is the best place to meet people, and you get a job mostly by knowing people. Communicate and build relationships right away, because they will certainly serve you in the future. Leave every meeting with one person with the information to make another meeting with a different person!”

Business students at Marymount Manhattan gain a competitive advantage by taking a broad range of courses. They take courses in economics, marketing, business law, finance, and management; liberal arts courses in language and literature, social and natural sciences, and creative expression as well as advanced interdisciplinary courses. Classes are small (between 15 and 25), and students get individual attention. Small class size also means that faculty members get to know their students well, enabling them to advise students on course selection, internships, study abroad, and career direction. Many Business courses include research papers, case studies, oral presentations, and group projects. The experience gained through different types of learning is excellent preparation for the challenges of today’s workplace.

The Business Management program offers six majors including a B.A. in BusinessB.S. in EntrepreneurshipB.S. in FinanceB.S. in International BusinessB.S. in Marketing and B.S. in Management. The difference between the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts in Business is one of emphasis. While both the B.S. and B.A. give you the fundamental skills to pursue a business career, the B.S. is for students who seek a traditional program in a specific business field, such as marketing or finance, while the B.A. in Business is for those students who want to combine a foundation in Business with a special interest in media or the fine and performing arts.


The Business curriculum has 39 credits in Business courses, 42 credits in Liberal Arts, and 39 credits in electives. The core curriculum includes one course in accounting with the remainder of courses in management, marketing, organizational behavior, information technology and a capstone course. Concentrations in this program are Economics, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Media and Arts Management and Fashion Marketing. These concentrations offer an opportunity for interdisciplinary study where students can take courses in Business and Liberal Arts departments including philosophy, communication arts, sociology, political science, international studies, psychology, journalism, art, dance, or theatre.


The B.S. curriculum consists of 54 credits in Business Management, 42 credits in Liberal Arts, and 24 credits in electives. All students take a core business curriculum including management, marketing, economics, accounting, statistics, finance, organizational behavior, information technology, business law, and a capstone course. In addition to the core business curriculum, students develop their skills in a particular area of interest: Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business,Management or Marketing.