In addition to academic coursework, students in the School of Business Administration have the opportunity to get involved with a variety of programs and organizations. The School encourages students to attend programs on- and off-campus, volunteer in community service projects, attend professional development events, study abroad, and gain experience through experiential learning and internships. Information on specific SBA programs and student achievements can be found below.
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The Peru Eye Health Project
provides an authentic service learning exercise for Marymount students, coupled with opportunities for the design, development, and implementation of intervention efforts to improve eye health in Chulucanas, Peru. A team of professors and Marymount University have partnered with the local community of Chulucanas to improve behaviors in order to prevent eye disease and injury among these residents. You can make a gift online
to the Peru Health Eye Project simply and securely.
The Dean’s List
is comprised of undergraduate students who carry a full academic load for a given semester, are in good academic standing, and obtain a grade point average of at least 3.4. A full academic load is considered to be 12 undergraduate credits or more. This list is published soon after completion of the semester; therefore, students with Incompletes are not listed. A Dean's List notation is made on the transcript for each semester it is awarded.
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Various SBA degree programs offer students the opportunity to become involved in national honor societies based on interest areas. For information pertaining to specific honor societies, visit the Related Activities link for each respective SBA undergraduate program
or graduate program
All SBA undergraduate students are required to participate in an internship during their academic studies at Marymount University. Additional information on the internship process and potential sites can be found on the SBA internship webpage
. Marymount’s Center for Career Services
also provides students with information on career development.
Maasai Made: The Kenya Project
is student-led initiative at Marymount University. This project aims to make handmade crafts – made by the very talented tribe in Kenya, the Lturoto – available to the public for purchase. Profits from the sale of these pieces go directly back to the tribe. When you purchase from Maasai Made you are making a statement to all those who see and know you. For more information on Maasai Made visit their webpage
or email email@example.com
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
is an international nonprofit organization that works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Marymount’s SIFE chapter is open to any MU student. For more information on SIFE, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The School of Business Administration works closely with Marymount’s Center for Global Education
to provide a variety of opportunities for SBA students to study abroad. The Center for Global Education provides a list
of popular study abroad sites for business students and additional information on semester programs, short-term courses, and summer programs on their program Web page
. SBA students considering study abroad should contact the Center for Global Education and their SBA academic advisor as much in advance of the anticipated program of study to ensure studying abroad will work with their degree plan.