Business Management

College of Business and Management

The Faculty of Business Management

Department of Business Management

Gessner Science Hall


The Department of Business Management

The Department of Business Management offers courses that will introduce you to a variety of careers in the field of business. The Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Management, Accounting, Finance and Marketing offer the benefits of small class sizes, modern teaching classrooms, and personal advising by faculty.

East Stroudsburg University has offered the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management since 1986, with the additions of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting, the Bachelor of Science in Marketing, and the Bachelor of Science in Finance in recent years. The department maintains full-time academically-qualified faculty and part-time professionally-qualified faculty to teach in the program. There are more than 600 Business Management majors in the department. The department graduates almost 200 students per year who go on to successful professional careers in business.

The degree program in Business Management is designed to offer professional training at the baccalaureate level that can lead to a career in business or further graduate education.

Career Settings

  • Small, medium, large Private Companies
  • Local, State and Federal Government
  • Nonprofit Organizations
  • Accounting and Auditing Firms
  • Consulting Firms
  • Marketing, Advertising, Retailing Firms
  • Financial firms, banks, insurance companies

    Student Organizations

    Accounting Society

    The East Stroudsburg University Accounting Society provides students with an outstanding opportunity to share and further their knowledge of careers in accounting. 

    American Marketing Association

    This student chapter provides students with information about careers and opportunities in marketing as well as resources available to marketing professionals.  

    Investment Club

    The East Stroudsburg University Investment Club provides students with an outstanding opportunity to share and further knowledge of finance and investment ideas. Club members develop expertise in making investment decisions by analyzing the economy, industries, and companies, and managing a diversified portfolio of securities. 

    Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

    The SHRM student chapter provides students with the opportunity to network with local HR professionals and allows students to gain insights into the the knowledge and competencies required by HR professionals.


    Pursuing an internship while you are in college provides you with a great opportunity to gain valuable business work experience in your area of specialization. Many students receive job offers from their internship experience. Internships can be paid or unpaid and are available for credit or non-credit. Internships are not a requirement for graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree, but are highly recommended.

    If there is a specific area where you would like to intern, a Career Services adviser will work with you to find a match. If you wish to take an internship for credit, all you need to do is set up an internship agreement with a faculty member.