School of Business

What Students Say...

“Alfred University is a great place to learn because of the small class sizes.  As a business major I have gained the knowledge and experience to market myself to future employers.  I have also had many opportunities to obtain real world experience. The professors are knowledgeable and willing to help you succeed.”
 - Tonya Gould

Class size: Classes average 15 students

Student to faculty ratio: 18:1

246 students are enrolled in the School of Business
35% famale
65% male

20% Accounting
50% Business Administration
13% Finance
17% Marketing

Bachelor of Science

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Finance
  • Marketing
Nine minors:
  • Accounting
  • Arts Management
  • Economics
  • Equine Business Management
  • Family Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Sports Management

Master of Business Administration

Accreditation & Distinctions
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International
Ranked in The Best 296 Business Schools by the Princeton Review

Career Placement Upon Graduation
98% are employed full-time or entered in graduate school after six months of graduation

Innovative Programs:

  • Marketing + Art - Marketing majors are required to take a course in Graphic Design
  • 4+1 - Obtain your MBA in five years.
  • Accounting MBA - Continue your Accounting studies in the MBA program to obtain the credits you need to sit for the New York State CPA exam.
  • Cutting-edge classes such as Creativitiy & Innovative Thinking; Ethics & Corporate Governance; Business Sustainability and Negotiations & Persuasion.

Faculty: There are 12 faculty members in the School of Business. All our faculty have the highest degree in their field along with real-world business experience. See faculty profiles.

Student Organizations:

Learn more about our honor societies

Our graduates find jobs at many different companies including:
Corning, Inc.
Honeywell Aerospace
Bonadio Group
Exelis, Inc.
General Electric
Mass Mutual
Ameriprise Financial
Allstate Insurance
JP Morgan Chase