Learn from some of the best professionals and professors in the world of business. Gain real-world experience as you intern at leading companies or work at co-ops throughout the Cincinnati area. Discover how classroom theories on business, finance, economics, and management translate into the marketplace--giving you the professional edge.

To ensure you graduate with the professional skills, knowledge, and experience that employers crave, the Mount regularly engages with the professional business community in Cincinnati and the Tri-State region. We visit companies, talk to top executives and hiring managers, and receive input on ways to improve our curriculum that brings the real world to our experiential learning programs.

We Are All Business

  • Master of Science/Organizational Leadership program: Small, intimate class sizes are offered on Saturdays over the course of the semester to foster and encourage a cooperative learning environment for one to earn their masters in science/organizational leadership. For more information, email bizmount@msj.edu

Dean, Jamal Rashed discusses undergraduate and flexible graduate programs in the Mount's School of Business, now offering Financial Economics.

Preparing for Success

Our School provides a solid background for success in the world of business.  Building from the strengths of a liberal arts foundation, we develop well-rounded graduates who understand society, culture, and the environment in which we live. We offer undergraduate programs during the day and in the evening to meet the needs of non-traditional and adult students. Here are some of our programs:

  • The 4+1 MBA program that allows undergraduate business students to pursue a Master of Business Administration degree with ONE additional year of study.
  • A Sport Management program that emphasizes a working knowledge of the sport management industry and hands-on internships.
  • A Master of Science/Organizational Leadership that develops values-based leadership to strengthen decision making, relational skills, and understanding of technology.
  • Business programs in Accounting and in Business Administration (Management, Marketing and Financial Economics)
  • Minors in Business Administration can potentially enhance the value of a Mount degree for students in programs not in the School of Business.

 

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