Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees are offered at Sage College of Albany and the School of Professional and Continuing Education.
The Master of Business Administration degree is offered at the graduate-level School of Management, with classes available at Sage College of Albany, our satellite campus in Saratoga, and online.
B.S. and B.B.A. at Sage College of Albany
If you want to be on the path to business success, start at Sage College of Albany. Your choice of a degree in our Business Administration program will launch you toward your future with solid academic preparation combined with real-world business experiences. This major is designed for students who are just entering college or those who have completed college credits at another institution. The B.S. leads to any management career track or to entry into Sage’s M.B.A. program. The B.B.A. is designed for those students who wish to take more professional courses and may wish to continue on to a graduate degree. Either way, you’ll be ready for the working world or for continued education. At Sage, you’ll be prepared for the challenges and rewards of a fast-paced, competitive global business environment.
Complement Your Degree
Begin the path to your bachelor’s degree with one of the following professional or liberal arts specialties:
- Marketing Concentration
- Organizational Studies Concentration
- Sports Management Concentration
- Art History Minor
- Computer Science Minor
- Mathematics Minor
- Photography Minor
B.S. and B.B.A. at the School of Professional and Continuing Education
Both the B.S. and B.B.A. in Business Administration in the School of Professional & Continuing Education are completer programs. Students who enter either program have already done some college-level work and are prepared to pursue a Bachelors degree. Required introductory level courses will normally have been completed and transferred in, but when that is not the case a Sage academic advisor will describe alternatives for completing these courses. This innovative program provides students with flexible and convenient modes of delivery designed to meet the needs of working adults.
Students may choose the degree program that best fits their needs and accommodates the coursework they bring in. Both programs provide the knowledge base and the skills necessary for successful business practice and for a career in management. They also provide the foundation needed for entry into an M.B.A. program as well as an accelerated track option that will benefit students who continue into the Sage Graduate Schools own M.B.A. program.
The B.S. in Business Administration is for students who are able to accumulate a total of 60 credit hours of liberal arts and sciences. The B.B.A. requires fewer credits hours of liberal arts and sciences and is for students who want to take a larger number of business courses or who bring in a more professional background.
M.B.A. at the School of Management
The professional M.B.A. program at Sage Graduate School is designed to develop leaders who can manage complex organizations and who have the desire and capacity to move into high level positions.
For nearly three decades, Sage M.B.A.s have taken major leadership roles in business, government, healthcare and non-profit organizations. Top management positions are well within the reach of our graduates.
The Sage M.B.A. is particularly tailored to professionals in the workplace. The M.B.A. program is contemporary, practitioner-oriented, and includes behavioral aspects of management. Thanks to our flexible schedule, with evenings, weekend, summer, and online courses, even the busiest student can complete their degree within two years. When combined with business experience, the Sage M.B.A. develops leaders prepared to make effective decisions in any organization.
Students can choose from among several specialized courses in fulfilling their elective category, or opt to concentrate in:
- Business Strategy
- Human Resources
These concentrations are structured to cover the knowledge and skills central to establishing competencies in the area most critical and interesting to the student.
Students who do not want an area of concentration may choose from a range of traditional M.B.A. electives and/or may elect to take graduate courses in other programs. For example, the student can complete their nine credit hours requirement by choosing from complementary graduate courses in areassuch as Health Services, Community Psychology, or Education.
Sage In Saratoga
Sage’s M.B.A. program is now offered at the Malta Tech Park, conveniently located in Saratoga County. Make the Professional Connection at Sage in Saratoga.