As a business administration major, you will gain the skills needed for today’s competitive and complex global business environment. You will be prepared to pursue a career in fields such as human resource management, sales and marketing, banking, international business, management of nonprofit agencies and government service, or to own your own business.
Meredith’s highly personalized learning environment allows you to gain leadership skills through direct experience, and develop the skills to solve problems through teamwork. Meredith’s strong liberal arts foundation will help you develop exceptional critical-thinking skills and the personal conviction to make ethical and responsible decisions.
Meredith’s business program prepares graduates to succeed in a competitive, global environment through real-world experience, including internships with top firms.
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Volleyball co-captain and business administration major Caroline Corey, '20, has completed two powerful internships while at Meredith.
When Sydney Spadaro, ’19, sets a goal, she does all she can to make sure she reaches it. Having completed her undergraduate degree, her next goal brings her right back to Meredith where she is already pursuing an MBA.
At Meredith, Jennifer Garcia, ’19, has worked toward her longtime aspiration to become an attorney, and each of her experiences has built toward this goal.
The Broyhill Business Fellows Program at Meredith prepares students for top internships and job placements through specially designed leadership and professional-development activities that complement any field of study in the School of Business.
Internships give business students essential professional experience. Meredith helps students identify high-quality, professional experiences, which often lead to full-time job offers. Recent placements include Credit Suisse, Lenovo, and Merrill Lynch.