Business and Management

A business major that’s anything but business as usual. That’s what you’ll find in Wheaton’s multifaceted business and management program. With real-world consulting projects, immersive learning experiences, and a curriculum that covers more than the business side of business, you’ll leave Wheaton ready for the challenges of today’s marketplace. You can focus your major within areas of study called concentrations, including fields such as analytics, arts management, diversity and inclusion in organizations, finance, healthcare management, international business, marketing, and social entrepreneurship. This flexibility opens you up to a host of career opportunities from Wall Street to main street to applying business practices to the community or creative organizations.


99% of Business and Management majors from the past five years have found employment or achieved a service opportunity within six months of graduation *

of Business and Management majors

Recent Graduates

Sample First Jobs

  • Data Analyst, Interactive Data Corporation
  • Investments Sales Representative, Fidelity Investments
  • Marketing and PR Assistant, InVizible
  • Relationship Administrator, BNY Mellon
  • Sales Operations Specialist, BigBelly Solar

Sample Graduate Schools

  • Boston University
  • Brandeis University
  • College of William and Mary
  • Drexel University
  • University of Hong Kong

*outcomes data is based on a knowledge rate of 77% for the classes of 2014-2018

Recent student internships

The Wheaton Edge offers experiences beyond the classroom.

Alexandra Labrecque

2020, Business and Management

Stephen E. and Carol M. Canter '66 Endowed Fund for Experiential Learning

Jarfette, Carol Ann's Fabrications LLC, Andover, MA

This internship has shown me a lot when it comes to what portion of business management that I want to go into, academically and career-wise. I definitely have a better sense of what I want to do.

John Giberti

2020, Business and Management, Economics

Stephen E. and Carol M. Canter '66 Endowed Fund for Experiential Learning

Prospect Hill Winery, Lebanon, ME

This experience allowed me to draw upon my knowledge of business and to use what I learned in my biology courses. This internship gave me great insight into what it takes to run a small business.

Margaret Dymes

2021, Business and Management

Casey Boll '07 Eareer Exploration Fund

The American Red Cross, New York, NY

Through this experience, I learned how to manage and lead others. I also discovered that I want to use my degree to go into nonprofit work. I am changing my major to business and management to pursue a career down this path.

Troy Duffy

2021, Business and Management, Economics

Caroline C. Edwards '70 Current Use Internship Fund

Shea and Co. CPAs Inc., Honolulu, HI

This internship helped me to realize that accounting is the right field for me, and that cautiousness and patience are keys to success.

Alex DuBrow

2020, Business and Management

Stephen E. and Carol M. Canter '66 Endowed Fund for Experiential Learning

Camp Young Judaea, Amherst, NH

This experience gave me insight into the business world, specifically sports within an organization, as well as allowing me to work with kids, which is also a passion of mine.

Kiara Curet

2021, Business and Management

Wheaton Fund Internship

CommonLit, Washington, D.C.

This internship confirmed for me that digital marketing is something that I would like to do career-wise moving forward.


Kenneth Bray

Instructor of Business and Management

C.C. Chapman

Instructor of Business and Management

Imran Chowdhury

Diana Davis Spencer Chair of Social Entrepreneurship; Associate Professor of Business and Management

James Freeman

Associate Professor of Economics, Chair, Department of Economics

John Alexander Gildea

Professor of Economics

Fatima Jebari

Assistant Professor of Business and Management

Leanna Lawter

Associate Professor and Coordinator of Business and Management

Sabrina L. Speights

Assistant Professor of Business and Management