Business Programs

Read program requirements and course descriptions in the undergraduate catalog:
B.S. Business Administration/M.B.A.  4+1 program
B.S. Business Management  
B.S. Finance  
B.S. Marketing  

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Whether you dream of working for a multinational corporation with thousands of employees worldwide or a small nonprofit making a local impact, Rivier's business programs can help make your dream a reality. You'll develop effective communications skills. You'll learn to think critically, make ethical decisions and solve problems creatively.  

Rivier's business programs offer both breadth and depth—they incorporate broad education about the functional areas of business as well as in-depth specialization in a chosen field. 

Business facilities and resources 

Rivier's programs are designed to give you a practical learning experience. Through case studies, real-world assignments, internships, and hands-on learning, you'll build the skills you need to compete in today's job market.

The McLean Center for Finance and Economics includes a 40-inch LCD monitor broadcasting live world headline news and financial market data; an eight-foot ticker with scrolling real-time financial data from the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500; and a six-foot tracker with a customized data display.

Regina Library and the Academic Computing Center provide extensive computing facilities that complement classroom work and support web-enhanced learning.

The University has partnerships with high-profile business leaders in a variety of industries—we can find an internship that matches your interests. 

Jobs and internships 

Rivier business graduates have gone on to work as investment advisors, human resources administrators, fund account managers, marketing coordinators, data collection analysts and more. You'll find them working in a variety of industries around the country—and the world.

An internship is an excellent way to build your skills, your résumé and your network. You'll get a chance to put the theory you've learned in the classroom into practice. For some students, an internship even leads to a full-time job after graduation. In the last few years, students have interned at Disney World, Converse, the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, Morgan Stanley, State Farm Insurance, Tybrin Corporation and Clark & Lavey Benefits Solutions as well as a variety of other companies.

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