The unique benefits of Saint Martin's business education.
Hear testimonies from students and alumni.
Raluca Vetrici (MBA class of 2012) in conversation with Susan Heltsley, CFO
Saint Martin's University, (MBA class of 2003).
Justin Erickson, (MBA class of 2003) speaks with current undergraduate student,
Tyler Calvi (class of 2015).
School of Business
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Accounting
Business Administration (MBA)
School of Business is committed to develop leaders for
tomorrow’s business world. Our programs in Business
Administration, Accounting, and the MBA provide all the skills
needed to succeed in today’s fast changing world. Students
entering a university now will most likely change careers five
times in their professional lives. They will be working in fields
that have yet to be invented and developed. They will be
routinely working with people from all corners of the world. The
Greek philosopher Heraclitus said: “All is flux and
transformation, everything flows, nothing abides.” And so it is
with business, forcing you quickly to become aware that learning
is a lifelong enterprise. We are taking great pride in preparing
our students for such a world. The School of Business is placing
emphasis on the fundamentals, such as critical thinking and
problem solving, and a blended approach of theory and practice.
The School maintains close ties to the local business community
which affords students with internship opportunities and real
world connections for class projects. We are continually
developing international partnerships and all students are
encouraged to participate in study abroad opportunities – this
global community is the world they will be working in.
Equally important to the professional skills required of a
business leader is the continual development of the human
spirit. Independent of any religious affiliation, our highest
goal is to educate professionals who reflect the Benedictine
values. We educate our students to be passionate with
compassion, global thinkers grounded in community, to know, to
care, and to serve.
Richard Beer, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Business
For more information about any of our business programs,
have printed material and applications sent to you. Please refer
to the links for
financial aid and
tuition information. Telephone: