Cabrini University is a close-knit Catholic private school, featuring well-rounded business degrees through the School of Business, Arts, and Media. Students are encouraged to use their business studies to make the world a better place, and all undergraduates are required to complete community service as a prerequisite to graduation. The student-to-faculty ratio is 16:1, and 92% of professors hold the highest terminal degree in their field. Recently, U.S. News ranked Cabrini among the Best Regional Universities in the North. In 2019, Money Magazine named Cabrini among the Most Transformative Colleges in the United States. Cabrini has also been recognized among Business Colleges of Distinction for 2019-2020.
Undergraduate students can jumpstart their business career by earning a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Management, Finance, Human Resources Management, International Business, Marketing, and Music Industry and Business. Additional minors are also offered in Business Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Events Management, Leadership Studies, and Sports Management. Students can also enhance their degree with a concentration in Advertising, Non-profit Management, or Public Administration. Justice Matters, the social justice core completed by all undergraduate students, features a unique three-year Engagements with the Common Good course. In ECG, students will participate in service-learning projects that connect social justice principles with their major.
Students interested in pursuing an advanced degree can earn a Master of Accounting, Master of Hospitality and Tourism Management, or MBA. An accelerated MBA 4 +1 Option is offered in partnership with La Salle University. During senior year, students will begin taking classes that will apply to their MBA, and will only need to complete eight additional classes the following year. The Hospitality Management degree is part of a collaborative program with Widener University. The 30-credit hour MAcc program satisfies the 150-hour requirement to sit for the CPA exam. Students in this MAcc program will gain hands-on experience with conducting audits, using fraud prevention tools, and increase their knowledge of business taxes. Furthermore, students will apply their real-life skills through an internship, research project, or study abroad experience.
Approximately 400 undergraduate students are enrolled in the business school. There are a wide variety of activities offered on-campus to develop personal growth. Business organizations include the Accounting Association, Enactus, Finance Association, Investment Club, Rotaract, Sigma Beta Delta, and Student Government Association. Students seeking a competitive advantage in their career search can complete the self-paced LEADStrong program. This program pairs students with a mentor and includes components such as completing the StrengthsQuest, writing a resume, attending workshops, and presenting a Capstone project about their leadership experiences on campus. Students can also live in Impact, the Leadership Living Learning Community. This group takes field trips to meet with leaders in Philadelphia and requires students to spend time with citizens in Philadelphia to learn how to be a leader in social situations.
Adult learners who have a minimum of 60-credit hours have the option to complete a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership fully online. This flexible program can be completed part-time in just under two years. Tuition is discounted by 10 percent, compared to the traditional bachelor’s degree program.