Gain hands-on experience and course credit through internships with large and small local businesses. The internship is a cooperative, supervised work experience that involves the student, employer, and a School of Business faculty sponsor.
Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared for early career supervisory, management and entry-level consulting positions at businesses, for-profit and nonprofit organizations, consulting firms, and more. The degree also provides a strong foundation for graduate programs in multiple fields, including an MBA.
This program will prepare you for a wide range of administrative and supervisory careers — from team leader to functional area manager to executive. You’ll acquire a solid grasp of human resource, interpersonal, and strategic management practices.
Accomplished and diverse faculty
Each of our faculty have more than a decade of experience teaching in their area of expertise. Faculty members publish regularly in top academic journals, including Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and more.
Scholarships offer valuable financial aid that doesn’t need to be repaid. You’ll be automatically considered for Merit Scholarships when you apply for admission by the deadline. Additional opportunities are available.
The Maine Center for Business and Economic Research, Maine Small Business Development Center, and Center for Entrepreneurship can help expand business, management, and entrepreneurial acumen.