Business, Live It!
In this fast-paced, globally competitive 21st Century, the business program at Bay Path College prepares you for the realities of the corporate or non-profit world. What does this mean for you? More and more employers want candidates with specific skills that result from exposure to both a strong liberal arts and business education. At Bay Path students learn to:
- think critically
- make decisions and act ethically
- solve problems innovatively
- communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- work in teams & project management settings
- take a leadership role
Don’t just study business in a book – Live It! At Bay Path you will interact with real-world business leaders from day one. As an incoming business major in our new business foundation course, you’ll have the chance to learn about business first hand at a local company that will serve as your class’s own “learning lab.” You will also travel to the western Mass headquarters of an international corporation to meet global business leaders, attend a professional collegiate business conference, and engage in industry research—all in your first year as a business student!
Watch and listen as our students answer the question: "Why Are You a BOLD Bay Path Business Student?"
Through Bay Path’s innovative and hands-on courses you can meet women leaders in entrepreneurial, corporate and nonprofit settings, create original solutions to real-world business problems, travel on exciting field trips, and engage in career-related internships. Bay Path’s business program will help you to develop critical, innovative, and reflective thinking skills needed for statistical data analysis, and management science skills necessary to support personal and professional decision-making processes. Whether your career will take you to entrepreneurial, industrial, or corporate settings, to profit or not-for-profit organizations, or to graduate school, Bay Path can help you to prepare for life-long learning.
Bay Path business graduates are found in large and small companies in a variety of positions: MassMutual Life Insurance Company (project analyist); Hamilton Sundstrand (human resources); Ethan Allen (design consultant); Cigna (senior commission services); Mestek, Inc. (marketing specialist); Cyalume Technologies (senior marketing coordinator); the U.S. Navy (program planning and control analyst); as well as Fleet Bank, Springfield Falcons, Morgan Stanley, Aspen Square Management, and Verizon Wireless. Bay Path business graduates can also be found running their own small businesses in a multitude of industries. Don’t just study business-- Live It!