Thomas More College recently named the business administration department "The Kohlhepp Business Administration Center." The business administration program is the largest academic program at Thomas More College. (more...)
Two Ways To Learn
As a Business Administration major at Thomas More, you’ll take classes to learn all about modern management practices and theory. You’ll also learn through on-the-job training thanks to the participation of more than 40 companies in the Greater Cincinnati area. Valuable co-op experience is available at Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Citibank, Messer Construction, Morgan Stanley, VonLehman and Company, Inc., and many more. Evening and one-day-a-week classes give sophomores, juniors and seniors the flexibility to schedule courses around work commitments.
90% of the business faculty have doctoral degrees before joining the Thomas More faculty.
You will concentrate on a specific aspect of business by choosing an area of emphasis. Your options include management/human resources, marketing, business law, finance, and quantitative analyses. Many students combine business with accounting, computer information systems, etc. The double major makes a student even more attractive to employers.
Thomas More business majors have the chance to gain valuable experience with well-known companies including Fidelity Investments, Cincinnati Bell Information Systems, Cengage Publishing, and Cincinnati Bell Telephone.
Help The Community
We encourage all Business
Administration students to make a tangible contribution to the community through
service learning projects. You may choose to mentor at-risk
students in the Cincinnati Public School system, work with the Greater Cincinnati Literacy Network as a tutor or help build a Habitat for Humanity home during spring break. Any of these experiences will help you learn about the community while you contribute to a worthwhile cause.
What You Will Learn
- An overview of the modern business world and management practice, along with a thorough background in the underlying theory.
- How to use scientific management methods and intuition in making professional decisions.
- How to weigh the ethical and moral issues involved in most decisions.
For more information, contact:
Robert A. Arnold
Department of Business Administration
Thomas More College