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DC Scavenger Hunt Yields New Knowledge and Skills
To an out-of-town tourist, it might have looked like the “Marymount March on the Mall,” when over 100 MU freshmen in Management 123 classes (a required course for business majors) gathered on the National Mall for the annual DC Scavenger Hunt... READ MORE ABOUT IT



James F. Ryerson
Welcome to Marymount University’s School of Business Administration (SBA)!

I invite you to spend some time investigating our website. We offer a wide array of business-related programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. If you’re interested in business, information technology, human resource management, economics, legal studies, or health care management, we may well have a program that meets your needs.

In addition to program-specific skills and knowledge, our degrees place an emphasis on lifelong learning and competencies that transcend content areas. All of our programs incorporate
  • Ethics
  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Leadership and team building
  • A global perspective
Here at the SBA, you’ll find a student body that reflects the diversity and the dynamism of the greater Washington, D.C. area. And you’ll find a faculty with a commitment to teaching and a passion for helping you achieve your professional goals.
 
Explore our website. Learn about our innovative and state-of-the-art programs. Contact us with questions. Prepare to begin your learning adventure.


James F. Ryerson
Dean

Contact Information

School of Business Administration

Ballston Center

Questions? Call (703) 284-5910

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Events

10/24

Fine Art and Design Faculty Exhibit Opening Reception

10/24

Family Weekend 2014

Faculty Spotlight

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                      Photo Of Cynthia L. Knott
Dr. Cynthia L. Knott
Associate Professor of Management Science

Dr. Knott teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in information systems, operations management, statistical analysis, and decision making.