More career opportunities await graduates from the School of Business Administration and Extended Learning at Holy Family University than at any point in history. Whatever your area of interest, we prepare future business leaders who understand the need to embrace technological advances and have the skill sets necessary to prosper in the global marketplace.
Whether you’re a high school student preparing to graduate, or a person who has been out of school and participating in the working world, we’re ready to support your goals. The traditional undergraduate and graduate business programs offered by the School of Business are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
You’ll find a variety of study options for both full and part-time students, including eight Bachelor of Arts degree programs. Depending on your major, you may attend classes at our Philadelphia campus or at our Bucks County site in Newtown.
- Undergraduate Programs
- Digital Forensics
- Fire Science and Public Safety Administration
- Management - Marketing
- Sport Marketing - Management
- Accelerated Undergraduate Programs List
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
- Accelerated Graduate Programs List
- Master of Science in Accountancy
- MBA Hybrid
- MBA New Professionals MBA
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Welcome to the family of students and educators awaiting you at Holy Family University’s School of Business Administration and Extended Learning. We deliver high quality business education in a uniquely supportive environment –one that fosters leadership, global awareness, and social responsibility. The world of commerce today presents more areas of exciting endeavor and growth prospects than ever before. Our approach to career development will equip you with the skills necessary not just to survive, but also to maximize the opportunities that present themselves. Or better still, the ones that you create.
School of Business Administration and Extended Learning Dean
J. Barry Dickinson, PhD
Office: Room 11, Aquinas Hall, NEP Campus