Management at Providence College

Why Study Management at Providence College?
There are leaders — and then there are leaders who graduated from PC. The difference is clear: our students don’t just learn key management skills. They learn how to integrate these skills with the critical-thinking and diverse perspectives they encounter in the College’s distinctive core curriculum. Our students have great leadership potential because they develop self-awareness, understanding of others, the ability to learn from experience, and a bias for action. That’s why our graduates are sought after for their ability to positively impact today’s rapidly changing business world.

A Nationally Ranked, Accredited School of Business
The Providence College School of Business, home to the Department of Management, joined the ranks of just 30% of U.S. business schools when it earned accreditation from AACSB International in 2012. It’s also listed by Poets and Quants as being among the top undergraduate business schools in the nation. Courses are taught in the state-of-the-art, award-winning Arthur F. and Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies, which opened in spring 2017. The Ryan Center includes specialized business computer labs, as well as collaboration, conference, and breakout rooms, and an interview suite. This unique education and learning environment — based on the power of “we” rather than the power of “me” — makes our graduates indispensable to employers and personally fulfilled.