Martire Business & Communications Center
5401 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825
Learn to Lead
Develop your knowledge in foundational business disciplines. Grow your communication, collaboration and leadership skills as you prepare to make an impact on the business world.
Earn Your Degree in Management at Sacred Heart University
At Sacred Heart, Management is a broad-based program that teaches students how organizations operate in the modern global environment.
You will learn management theory, current business practices, ethical accountability and corporate social responsibility. This broad scope of knowledge will prepare you to assume management positions in a variety of industries and organizations.
Students can study management through a variety of programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Management
- Minor in Business
- Minor in Management
- Minor in Global Business Management
- Minor in Human Resource Management
- Minor in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
- S./MBA Five-Year Program
- Accelerated Bachelor’s-Master’s Degree Program in Human Resource Management
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- M.S. in Human Resource Management
- M.S. in Finance & Investment Management
- Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
- Graduate Certificate in Global Investments
- Graduate Certificate in Leadership
Open the door to a dynamic career.
Students with a degree in Management are prepared to pursue roles in a variety of fields, including:
Graduates of Sacred Heart’s Management programs have secured jobs with:
- The Arena at Harbor Yard
- Condé Nast Publications
- Estee Lauder
- Frito Lay/PepsiCo
- GE Capital
- JP Morgan Chase
- Merrill Lynch
- Morgan Stanley
- NBC Universal
- NBC Peacock Productions
- Pepperidge Farm
- Sikorsky Aircraft
- Wells Fargo
Manage your future. Learn more about Sacred Heart’s Management programs today.
Sacred Heart Freshmen Shine in Competition Spotlight
January 8, 2019
The waters were churning and the sharks were circling, but Sacred Heart University’s freshmen business students were well prepared to defend themselves from any attacks. And stay intact and afloat they did after presenting their creative business concepts recently in SHU’s Fall Business Plan Competition. Staged like the popular “Shark Tank” TV series, the challenge pitted teams against one another as they presented their plans to panels of judges selected from the regional business community.
Self-Concept Orientation and Organizational Identification: A Mediated Relationship
October 2, 2018
The Welch College of Business Sabbatical Presentation for the fall 2018 semester will feature Associate Professor of Management and MBA Academic Faculty Director Grace Guo who will present her paper, “Self-Concept Orientation and Organizational Identification: A Mediated Relationship,” on Wednesday, October 10, at 2 p.m. in W310 at the Martire Business & Communications Center.
Sacred Heart Partners with Japan University of Economics
September 20, 2018
Sacred Heart University has secured another important overseas partnership, this time with Japan University of Economics (JUE). Officials from both universities—including each president, John J. Petillo and Asuka Tsuzuki—recently gathered on campus to sign a memorandum of understanding.