Siena Hall

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School of Business

Business

Our School of Business offers undergraduate business degree programs in accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing, as well as a graduate program in accounting. Siena’s School of Business is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). This prestigious accreditation means that our faculty meets very high standards in teaching and research.

When you study business at Siena, you'll learn in small classes with direct access to your professors. You'll get hands-on experiences in our state-of-the-art Hickey Financial Technology Center, Raub Trading Room, and Alonge Accounting Lab. You'll conduct and present undergraduate research, publish papers, and attend national conferences. You'll take internships and you'll participate in projects that support local nonprofit organizations.

At Siena, you’ll learn to lead in business and in life. 

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  • In our 100% faculty-taught classes, you'll find top scholars who will help you recognize your talents and make the most of them.
    In our 100% faculty-taught classes, you'll find top scholars who will help you recognize your talents and make the most of them.
  • In our Hickey Financial Technology Center students have access to real-time stock market quotations as well as the latest market news and announcements.
    In our Hickey Financial Technology Center students have access to real-time stock market quotations as well as the latest market news and announcements.
  • Our alumni are always excited to return to campus and speak to current students during the annual School of Business Lecture Series.
    Our alumni are always excited to return to campus and speak to current students during the annual School of Business Lecture Series.
  • The School of Business Marketing Research Lab is designed to offer state-of-the-art facilities for students studying business statistics, marketing research, and marketing/promotion.
    The School of Business Marketing Research Lab is designed to offer state-of-the-art facilities for students studying business statistics, marketing research, and marketing/promotion.
  • During their time at Siena, students will have many opportunities to present in academic presentations.
    During their time at Siena, students will have many opportunities to present in academic presentations.
  • Siena students participate in the Internal Revenue Service's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
    Siena students participate in the Internal Revenue Service's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
  • Travel Courses Are Gaining in Popularity and Offerings
    Travel Courses Are Gaining in Popularity and Offerings


School of Business News

  • 5th Annual CURCA Summer Research Symposium

    Saints from all of Siena’s academic programs showcased their research talents on Friday, September 16 at the fifth annual CURCA Summer Research Symposium. Read More

  • Fusco Gives Students Tips to Tee Off Career Quest

    Founder, President and CEO of Fusco Personnel, Inc., Patricia Fusco, visited campus last week to speak to students as part of the annual School of Business Lecture Series Program.  
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  • Siena College Announces New 3+1 Accounting Program

    Motivated accounting students at Siena College will soon be able to receive two college degrees in four years in a new accelerated accounting program. Read More

Dean

Chuck Seifert

Charles F. Seifert

Dean, School of Business

301D Siena Hall

(518) 782‑6501


Chuck Seifert is dean for the School of Business at Siena College and a professor of Management. He holds a BA in Economics from the University at Buffalo, a MBA in Finance from Sage Graduate School, and a Ph.D. in Organizational Studies…read more

The Siena Difference

#181 In 2013, business students won the Adirondack Cup, an investment competition between 18 colleges and universities that manage a hypothetical small cap portfolio worth $1 million.