The Department of Management and Marketing at Grove City College develops high caliber, ethical leaders equipped with the technical and theoretical business skills to excel in a wide range of industries and professions.
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Whether pursuing a degree in Management, Marketing, or International Business, students are prepared to solve complex business problems through coursework in global business trends and application, quantitative business analysis, finance, and people and product management.
Graduates of the program understand the connection between U.S. business and the global economy and are highly competitive for a variety of business careers or entry into graduate or professional programs.
The mission of the business programs at Grove City College is to prepare students to become effective and ethical leaders in business as well as in society as a whole. This mission incorporates the following learning outcomes:
Business Knowledge and Analytical Skills: Our students will possess the knowledge and analytical skills necessary in their professional field.
Communication Skills: Our students will possess the written and verbal skills needed to communicate effectively within the business environment.
Ethics: Our students will develop an understanding of business which reflects its moral and ethical responsibilities to all potential stakeholders.
Global Perspective: Our students will develop an understanding of the global and multi-cultural issues in the current business environment.
Big school accreditations and opportunities, small-school feel. ACBSP Accreditation means Grove City College prepares graduates to enter the workforce.
The Business Program includes the Departments of Accounting and Finance, Management and Marketing, and Entrepreneurship. All majors in all three departments are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a premier accrediting agency in business-related academics.
ACBSP has recognized our teaching excellence in business topics and having reached its challenging standards in:
LeadershipStrategic planning Focus on students and other stakeholders Levels of student learning and performance Credentials and performance of faculty Quality and management of curricula and educational processes
Students and faculty within the Department of Management and Marketing are actively engaged in research projects on topics such as consumer market research, organizational behavior, and global business issues.