The School of Management at The Sage Colleges strives to educate undergraduate and graduate students to be confident, ethical leaders equipped to effectively manage the challenges of a changing world.

In close collaboration with the faculty, our students develop skills in communication, critical thinking, creativity, innovative problem solving and entrepreneurship:  Skills sought by premier institutions and employers throughout the world.

The School of Management:

  • specializes in educating managers in health care, government, and micro-enterprise
  • offers advanced expertise in finance and innovation
  • utilizes cutting-edge educational tools and technology
  • offers a level of individual attention and support rare in business programs
  • provides a global perspective through international outreach and experiences abroad

The School of Management offers day and evening undergraduate courses through the Sage College of Albany and Sage Professional and Continuing Education.

All graduate programs are held in the evening and on weekends. Courses are designed for working adults who bring experience to the classroom in their search for professional growth. The curriculum is complemented by an outstanding faculty versed in real-world issues.





Students and Faculty at the School of Management


Introducing the Bachelor of Science Degree in Sport and Recreation Management

Sport and Recreation Management

The Bachelor of Science degree in Sport and Recreation Management consists of courses that integrate knowledge and from business, sport and recreation in order to provide graduates with the skills to meet the challenges of a sport professional in the increasingly competitive sport and recreation industry.

School of Management Inducts First Class into International Honor Society

The School of Management was pleased to induct the charter class of members into Sage’s chapter of the Sigma Beta Delta International Business Honor Society on Monday, April 3, 2017. Twenty-eight candidates for bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the School of Management were presented with a pin and certificate.

The Sage Colleges School of Management Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta was installed in May 2016 and provides an opportunity to confer on students at Sage international recognition for their outstanding academic achievements in business, accounting and management programs.

Master’s Candidates:

Kevin  Alex, Michael  Baumgardner, Nidhi Bhutani, Matthew Bishop, McCauley Cannizzo, Jamie Gifford, Dora Kahil, Samara Khan, Lindsay King, Erica Lavigne, Katherine McKissick, Jelena Pajic, Matthew Perkins, Jonada Potka, Jennifer Rivers, Jaleen Sherrange, Brian Smith, Sarah Statham, Thyrone Staunton, Kayla Tyrel, and Jessica Vercolen.

Bachelor’s Candidates:

Julio Anderson, Samantha Brewer, Danielle Dicaprio, Nicole Farmer, Vanessa Helms, Emily Kosinski, Shelby Magee, Amanda Oakes, Eleanor Ollier, Traci Scrom, and Douglas Ullman.

School of Management Students Visit Regional Businesses

The Sage School of Management and the student organization Sage Aspiring Leaders recently created a program for students to visit Capital Region businesses.

The first visit was to Cascades Worldwide, a paper manufacturing company in Waterford, New York. Students toured the manufacturing facility and met with Andrew Sheridan, Marketing Manager. Mr. Sheridan talked about the history of the company and provided a detailed  account of the company rebranding process.

School of Management Students Visit Cascades


The Board of Commissioners of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) is pleased to announce that the School of Management at The Sage Colleges has been granted first-time accreditation. The School of Management has demonstrated a commitment to continuous improvement, excellence in business education, and advancing academic quality.

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Meagan Brisson

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Meagan Brisson's passion for the health sciences and business studies led to a four-month stint at Pemba Hospital in Mozambique, Africa.