Our online courses focus on providing you with the knowledge you need to be more proficient in your job and advance your career.
Online students have access to career counseling services and the fitness center at our Rockland County campus.
Students who receive company or union reimbursements may defer payment until the completion of the term.
Professors are chosen not just for their qualifications but also for their experience and their teaching skills.
Good business management principles have held true over time. The business administration program at Dominican College was launched in 1971 and has since provided professionals with a comprehensive learning experience that incorporates core management concepts into its curriculum. Graduates of the online management degree program will emerge with valuable skills including:
- Business analysis and problem solving
- Written and verbal communications
- Advanced uses of modern technology for reporting and operations
- Global business acumen
- Leadership and management of diverse team members
Dominican College’s online management courses will spark new ideas and business concepts that will help you get ahead in your career. You will be able to analyze where a company is and where it could go through effective management and organizational operations, and you will learn how to communicate with all levels of organization stakeholders to maximize efficiency and output.
The online management courses focus on current business management theories and applications, and will assist you to become a business leader who can easily adapt to the demands of a changing work environment in the 21st century. The analysis of core business concepts helps to establish managers who are well-versed in a variety of business practices.
This program is accredited by The International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).
Transfer students may be accepted with:
- A maximum of 70 credits from an accredited two-year institution.
- A maximum of 90 credits from an accredited four-year institution .
A minimum of 30 credits must be completed at Dominican College for a degree. A minimum of 60 semester hours in liberal arts is required for a Bachelor of Science degree from Dominican College.
Key industries are looking for qualified, experienced and educated professionals to take on leadership and management roles. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a strong job market for managerial-level professionals in sales, advertising and marketing as well as administrative services.
We Salute Veterans
Dominican College is a Military Friendly School that strongly supports veterans. If you have served, accept our thanks—and ask us about programs just for vets and their families.
Under the Yellow Ribbon Program, Dominican College offers up to $2,720 per student per year for undergraduate programs.