Business Administration at Aquinas College
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Why Study Business?

While studying for your business degree, you will develop a broad knowledge of business operations as well as gaining targeted skills in your specific field, such as customers, markets, finance, operations, strategy, business policy, and communications. All of which can be transferrable to other job fields and create a highly marketable future employee.

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A distinguished faculty that brings a minimum of 10 years of corporate experience into the classroom.

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Dual majors in accounting, communication, sports management, visual arts and theatre.

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The only undergraduate degree in sustainable business, where students learn practices that increase corporate profitability and eliminate negative environmental impacts.

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AQ business grads have gone on to graduate school at Columbia Business School, Tufts, Harvard, University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and Thunderbird, to name a few.

Aquinas College is pleased to announce that Dr. Linda Hagan has been named professor and chairperson of the Department of Business and will join the college for the 2018-19 academic year beginning in August. >Read More

Career Opportunities

All of Aquinas’ business students have incredible opportunities to connect with amazing companies for future career possibilities. Options like working with the Detroit Pistons for marketing, finances or human resources. More opportunites are working with Google, Meijer, and other large, well-known, corporations. Each of these also offer chances to intern and develop a larger wide set of skills and network your personal brand.

Professor Foley on his Career Before Teaching

"Foley, who worked for Herman Miller Inc. and Charter House Innovations LLC, noted that throughout his career, he consistently volunteered to develop and train other employees, which translated to his interest in teaching.

“I was always in a mode where any opportunity I had to try and take on helping to develop people in the organization, I did,” Foley said. “Whenever someone asked for a volunteer to train … I would always raise my hand. It was something I had a knack for and a desire to do.”" >Read More