No matter what business field you want to work in, our program can help you get there. With experts teaching you and real world experiences happening every day, you'll develop the skills employers are looking for.
Real World Experience
Our finance students travel to New York City to tour Wall Street and meet executives at Bloomberg. Meet some of our Anselmian alumni.
Internships help you explore an industry and build a network. Intern in New York or Washington, D.C., or right here in New Hampshire at companies like Fidelity, EVR Advertising and the Manchester Monarchs.
Anselmians near and far work in fields from accounting to marketing to sales. They're employed by companies like Twitter, Cigna, and Bloomberg.
Liberal Arts and Business
Insight into How the World Works
A liberal arts background prepares you for life. You make connections between culture and economics. You develop essential skills to handle anything life has in store for you.
Learn more about our core curriculum.
Real Job Experience, aka Internships
Your business courses give you knowledge and innovative thinking. Your liberal arts education gives you a solid foundation. An internship gives you a competitive edge.
We don't require internships but we recommend them. They help you explore an industry, build your network, and see how an office runs.
Our students intern locally and abroad. You can even apply for one of our internship scholarships to get paid while working. Our economics & business department works with the Internship Office to help students find opportunities.
To learn more, visit the Career Development Center.
Recent Internship Sites (to name a few): Alzheimer's Association Merrill Lynch Boston Partners Financial Group Morgan Stanley The Boston Bruins Northwestern Mutual Covidien Puma North America EVR Advertising Reebok Fidelity Investments State Street Global Judy Holt, CPA UBS Financial Services The Manchester Monarchs Wolverine Worldwide
Travel the World
Interested in studying economics in London or maybe international business in China? You can go abroad for a semester or just a week-long tour.
In the past, students have traveled to China as well as Panama where they studied Panama's economy and culture first-hand during a weeklong study-tour for the business course, Discovering Business Abroad: Developing Markets.
Business Students Experience China
Our study abroad office helps students find international programs.
Students recently traveled to Morocco, South Africa, and Spain to name a few locations. Read about their travels.
On Campus Opportunities
Want to develop some leadership skills. Start a fundraiser, lead a program, or run for student government president.
We have more than 60 clubs and organizations but here are a few for business majors:
Omicron Delta Epsilon - Gamma Chapter
Model United Nations
Last year, Anselmians volunteered more than 50,926 hours (!). Some professors include volunteering as part of the course, aka service-learning. Students can volunteer at more than 40 sites doing everything from tutoring kids to fundraising to advocating for change.
Service learning experiences enhance resumes and graduate school applications-demonstrating practical experience in the field and an ethical concern for the community. But it also helps others. You'll make connections and learn more about yourself. Check out our volunteering center's blog to read about opportunities.
Meet Business Faculty
Our faculty believe in direct interaction with students, and many of our students develop lasting relationships with faculty that continue well beyond their four years of college. We have 14 full-time professors with expertise ranging from accounting to international business to marketing. Get to know them now.
The Bloomberg Trading Room
Receive up-to-the-minute information on the world financial markets in a real-world trading environment using our Bloomberg terminal. It exposes you to a trading environment that simulates a stock broker's trading floor. Housed in Joseph Hall, the state-of-the-art system gives our students a competitive advantage in the classroom and on the job.
You'll use the Bloomberg machine as part of class assignments. Many students use it to earn certifications in Bloomberg programs and even to find job opportunities.
Professors Kelber and Miller use the machine as part of their investment courses.
"During my Portfolio Analysis course I had to build my own portfolio using different methodology. I used the Bloomberg machine to get information. It makes projects more in-depth."
~ Greg Merrill '14, financial economics
Home to the economics and business department, Joseph Hall is where you'll find your professor's office to discuss your next paper (or your next business venture). It also has seminar rooms, the Bloomberg Trading Room, and study space. Or you can hang out on the rocking chairs on the front porch (that's our favorite spot).