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Undergraduate Degree and Concentrations

As a business administration major, you’ll prepare for the rapidly changing global marketplace by building a strong foundation in accounting, finance, management and marketing.

Dive deeper into global perspectives or industry-specific tracks by choosing from a range of concentrations and minors. Guided by the Girard School’s four learning goals — communication, collaboration, analysis and problem-solving — you will receive a business education designed to drive your success.

What You’ll Learn

As a business administration major, you will:

  • Gain the tools to become a flexible and creative thinker, an effective leader, a hands-on decision-maker and an ethical citizen.
  • Build a powerful personal and professional network with faculty, fellow students, alumni and industry executives.
  • Broaden your perspectives by examining diverse viewpoints.
  • Participate in team-building and collaborative project work, and prepare for real-world leadership roles by shouldering responsibility, managing change and motivating others.
  • Engage with world-class faculty members who are dedicated to your goals.

Hands-on Learning

You’ll have the opportunity to take part in coveted semester-long internships, meaningful co-ops and immersive study-abroad programs. Bonus? By taking advantage of Merrimack’s Business Plan or Stock Competitions and on-campus business clubs, you’ll forge a powerful network and deepen your understanding of what it takes to succeed in the future economy.

Business Concentrations

Whether you imagine taking on the banking and investments world, climbing the corporate ladder or starting your own venture, you’ll develop the relevant skills, knowledge and insights to get ahead. You’ll tailor your academic experience and hone your expertise by choosing from eight concentrations:

Department of Accounting

Accounting 

Department of Finance

Corporate Finance and Investments
Finance*
Financial Planning

Department of Marketing

Marketing

Department of Sport Management

Sport Management

Department of Strategy and Operations

International Business**
Global Management
Management

Department of Organization Studies and Analytics

Human Resource Management

* As of fall 2017, the finance concentration is no longer accepting new students.

** As of fall 2017, the international business concentration is renamed global management. Students entering Merrimack in fall 2017 or later who wish to pursue this course of study will declare global management, not international business, as their concentration. Students who started at Merrimack prior to fall 2017 may choose either the international business or global management concentration.

Outstanding Faculty

Read about the renowned professors who make the Girard School of Business one of the country’s great business schools.