On June 17, J. Barry Dickinson, Ph.D., professor and director of Graduate Business Programs in Holy Family University's School of Business & Professional Studies, and Bernice M. Purcell, DBA, director of University Assessment, presented at the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Conference in Washington, DC.
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Holy Family University’s School of Professional Studies announces that the Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) has been revised to reflect the changing needs in the field of accounting.
In January 2022, the School of Professional Studies at Holy Family University is launching a new Criminal Justice concentration in the MBA program. This is the fourth concentration for the MBA degree.
Behind the makeup of popular corporate apps are lines of dizzying code, designating what, where, and how the application will function for the consumer.
Juwan Jordan claims to not be the Phillie Phanatic, but as a member of the Marketing and Promotions team for Citizens Bank Park, he is in charge of escorting the Phanatic to his various locations throughout the game.
Reports of a local fire rattle the alarms of the firehouse. Inside, men and women race against the clock to get up, dress in full garb, get inside the fire truck, and arrive at their destination as quickly as possible to put out the flames.
What do you get when you cross a professional wrestling announcer, a Philadelphia Phillies TV personality, an author, and a pharmaceutical rep? If you couldn’t figure it out—you’re probably not alone.
Students from Philadelphia's low-income communities learned what it takes to become successful business owners at an intensive (and fun) week-long business camp held at Holy Family University in early July.