How do you define “business intelligence”? At Nazareth, it is a real-world, global vision of business beyond traditional corporate structures. It is entrepreneurial in nature—fueled by innovative new business models—and the ability to apply your intellect, analytical capabilities, and people skills in any given situation.
Our business management degree program goes beyond textbook theory to give students as much real-world experience as possible. Internships at companies such as Xerox and Paychex give students hands-on experience and often connections to jobs. The program also provides a global business perspective with an emphasis on ethics, entrepreneurship, communication skills, social skills, and teamwork, which provides the best preparation for the 21st century business climate.
Education: B.A. in Economics, Colgate University; M.S. in Economics, University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. in Economics with a concentration in Industrial Organization, University of Wisconsin
Teaching and Research Interests: Principles of microeconomics, international business economics, intermediate microeconomics, and development economics. Areas of research interest include assessing the use of innovative teaching strategies in the classroom.
President of green builder Mindful Designs
"The School of Management at Nazareth College helped me achieve success by helping me to think like an entrepreneur. Nazareth offered me the flexibility and support to take the road less traveled."