Management and Information Technology

Management and Information Technology

Take Charge with a Degree in Management from St. Francis College

Be part of a team or lead the team, you'll learn the tools you need for success in the business world at St. Francis College.

Gain the tools you need to succeed in a company or start your own.

With a new Minor in Entrepreneurship and concentrations in areas including:

  • E-Commerce
  • Finance
  • General Business
  • International Business, or Marketing
  • Minors in Information Technology, Interactive Multimedia, Project Management, Entrepreneurship or Sports Management

you decide which direction your Management degree will take you.

Our students take on individual and group projects tackling real world business situations, while experts from the public and private sector continually come to campus to share their thoughts and help establish a solid network for your future career.

As a Management major, you will explore current techniques for the management and operation of small and large business organizations, international companies, government agencies, and non-profit institutions. You will develop the ability to interpret business data and create effective solutions to business problems using computer applications and quantitative techniques.

Information Technology majors learn about computing systems design, programming, databases, operating systems, project management, security, computer forensics, web design, multimedia, decision support systems and network administration.

Many of our students have had internships at major organizations such as:

  • Microsoft
  • MTV
  • Citigroup
  • Pfizer
  • IBM  
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard
  • PWC
  • HSBC

Our graduates have gone on to become applications software developers, multimedia specialists, web designers and developers, financial analysts, network engineers, bankers, business analysts, corporate leaders and much more.

Also our students continue their graduate education at institutions like NYU and Columbia University.