Want to be prepared for your dream career?

Study a mix of business and the liberal arts through our Business Concentration Major. Here, you can get the skills you need — creativity, strategic thinking, and problem solving — to become a student who stands out!

True Customization

We offer 20 different concentrations and the opportunity to choose two, even three! You'll not only be able to customize your major to fit your goals, you'll be more marketable when it comes to finding a job. 

Effective Mentorship

From our passionate faculty and academic advisors to our career counselors and dedicated internship office, you'll have an army of supporters focused on your growth from day one. 

An ideal location

Businesses run on Siena talent. We're near NYC, Boston and other major cities, which makes it easy to land job interviews. Plus, Condé Nast Traveler magazine named Siena one of the top 50 most beautiful campuses in America!

Market-Driven Courses

We keep our catalog of programs interesting by making sure they're aligned with the real world. For example, we offer Economics of Crime, Fraud and Forensic Accounting, Sports Marketing, Financial Crisis and more. 

Ready to join a flexible program that'll get you career-ready? 

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Your Future Success Starts Here.

The average salary of recent Siena business grads is $74,000 (according to a 2016 alumni survey). They work at top companies like Amazon, Bank of America, Bloomberg, CNN, J. Crew, JP Morgan Chase, Nestle, Disney, Target and more!

Discover How Saints Stand Out in the Crowd

 

 


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Once a Saint, Always a Saint As a Saint.

As a Saint, you'll have access to our alumni who are great resources and mentors and can even give you the inside scoop on career opportunities. 

 

 


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Paul Ruger, Business Concentration (Strategic HR and Accounting Theory), Class of 2021

Take it from one of our students...

"When I was looking at college, I figured I'd like accounting and supply chain management because my father and I run a maple syrup business. I looked at Siena because business majors can pick and choose concentrations and change them. You're not stuck in a major you don't like."