Business and Economics
Conceptual. Analytical. Practical. Ethical. Today’s multidisciplinary study of management or accounting prepares the leaders of tomorrow.
The Department of Business and Economics translates Emmanuel’s commitment to ethics and social justice into its curriculum, sharing values around rigor, relevance, collaboration and integrity. Our students know that organizations—whether for-profit or not-for-profit—can do well and do good. Our students graduate confident in the theories and the skills necessary to manage responsibly in a complex society. Our liberal arts foundation teaches students to think critically, be problem solvers and communicate well. In their management courses, students develop further competencies in quantitative analysis, ethics and responsibility, leadership and teamwork, international issues and technology.
Our vision is to produce socially responsible leaders, thinkers and decision makers who have a strong foundation in theory with an application to the real world and are guided by an engaged and accessible faculty who have a strong balance of theory and practice.
Moryl Recognized for PodLearning Initiative
Assistant Professor of Economics Rebecca Moryl on her second-place win for "PodLearning" in the National Economic Teaching Association's (NETA) annual Best in Class contest, which "highlights and rewards creative and engaging teaching techniques." Moryl presented on PodLearning at the annual NETA Conference in Dallas in November.Watch Moryl's video on "PodLearning"
Intro to Business Poster Presentation
In December 2015, students in the Department of Business + Economics' "Introduction to Business" courses showcased their semester's work in a poster presentation on their own business concepts. The course covers issues of management, operations, ethics, finance, social responsibility, accounting and marketing, and also explores the dynamics that make some companies great.See photos
Business Students Host Financial Literacy Workshop
On November 16th, "Personal Finance" students hosted their yearly Financial Literacy Workshop for 44 adult ESL learners from the Boston YMCA and three of their teachers. Students researched topics of interest to the YMCA students and presented 2-3 roundtable discussions on credit cards, how to manage debt, how to choose a bank, Internet shopping, coupon shopping, affording college, personal budgeting and purchasing or leasing a car.
Yang Published in International Journal of Marketing Studies
Assistant Professor of Management Jing Yang's article, "An Examination of Brand Equity Differences between Utilitarian and Hedonic Products" has been published in the International Journal of Marketing Studies, Vol.7, No.4 (August 2015)Read more
Saint Spotlight: Chris Coutsoukis '16
Management major Christopher Coutsoukis '16 is a firm believer in the benefits of a liberal arts education. His personal and career interests are numerous and diverse, and he wanted his academic and professional preparation to reflect that. A summer 2015 internship with Fidelity Investments (one of seven he completed as an undergrad) led to a full-time job offer to begin after graduation in May 2016.Read more about Christopher
Moryl Honored with Whiting Fellowship
Assistant Professor of Economics Rebecca Moryl was recently named a recipient of a 2016 Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship to support her project, "Urban Climate Adaptation: Environmental Economic Policy Innovation in South Africa." Moryl will travel to Johannesburg and Cape Town for research, and her findings will support new courses within the reinstated economics major.
Alumni Visit Campus to Offer Internship Advice
On March 2nd, 15 alumni from the department came back to campus to host an internship panel for current students (in partnership with the Career Center). Alumni and students also participated in roundtable discussions on topics such as human resources, operations management and grant writing.
Students Inducted into Sigma Beta Delta
Nine EC students were inducted into Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society in business, management and administration, on March 24th. Membership is the highest national recognition a business student can receive at a college or university with a Sigma Beta Delta chapter. To be eligible, a student must rank in the top 20 percent of the junior, senior or graduate class and be invited to membership by the faculty officers.
Saint Spotlight: Tony Cibelli '17
Tony is a senior at Emmanuel College majoring in accounting.Tony
Internships: Kelly Cicchese '17
Kelly was a public relations intern at Regan Communications Group. She graduated from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in communication and media studies and management.
Internships: Kenny Lumpkin '17
Kenny was a marketing intern at Liberty Mutual Insurance and World Sports Camps. He will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in business management.
Internships: Shennah Derstine '17
Shennah was a graphic design intern in Emmanuel College's office of marketing and communications. She will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in communications and a minor in graphic design.
Internships: Marwah Haq '18
Marwah was a clinical care technician/unit coordinator at Tufts Medical Center. She will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2018 with a degree in biology with a health science concentration.
Small classes, big advantages
The faculty of the Business + Economics Department are engaged and accessible to students, providing the benefit of their academic training in theory and their professional experience in practice.Meet Our Faculty
On Saturday, May 13, Emmanuel College awarded degrees to more than 550 undergrad...More
On April 27, 53 members of the Emmanuel College Class of 2017 presented the culm...More
Sixty-three “Introduction to Business” students presented their company ideas an...More
Class of 2015: Where We Work
|Account Coordinator||Matter Communications||Management|
|Account Manager||Carlton National Resources||Management|
|Assurance and Audit Staff||Ernst & Young||Accounting|
|Call Center Representative||Guardian Life||Management|
|Certified Pharmacy Technician||CVS Pharmacy||Management|
|Customer Service Representative||Arbella Insurance||Management|
|Development Coordinator||Boston University||Management|
|Executive Recruiter||PharmaLogics Recruiting||Management|
|Inbound Call Coordinator||Hubspot||Management|
|International Sales Associate||EF Tours||Management|
|Jr. Network Administrator||Fenway Health||Management|
|Lead Financial Guide||Boston Tax Help Coalition||Management|
|Marketing Assistant||Brown Rudnick LLP||Management|
|Marketing Coordinator||451 Marketing||Management|
|Media Sales Planner||OwnerIQ||Management|
|Music Royalties Analyst||GSO Business MGMT||Management|
|Nike + Run Club Coordinator||Nike Boston||Management|
|Project Coordinator||Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center||Management|
|Sales and Marketing Intern||Emulsion Printhouse||Management|
|Sales/Account Management||New England Team Boston||Management: Sport Management|
|Staff Accountant||Guyder Hurley PC||Accounting|
|Technical Recruiter||AVID Technical Resources||Management|
Class of 2015: Where We Attend Grad School
|M.S., Accounting||Suffolk University||Accounting|
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