Business and Management (BAM)

The Business and Management degree (BAM) has a dual focus. First, to increase students’ competence as business people, i.e. learning to lead a product or service enterprise. This involves developing knowledge and skills in a variety of business areas such as entrepreneurship, marketing, sales, production, human resources, accounting, finance, and distribution. The second focus is to develop greater management ability. This applies to profit-making companies, and non-profit, healthcare, voluntary and government organizations. The emphasis of management is enhancing productivity through the creation of a high-performance organizational culture, which includes the skills of planning, motivating people, communicating effectively, analyzing problems, making decisions, and team collaboration. Global business and adapting to a changing world are integrated into the Program.

Learning Outcomes of the BAM Program

At the end of the Business and Management program, you will be able to:

  1. Explain the organizational impacts of current economic, social, and political trends from a local, national and a global perspective.
  2. Explain the competencies needed for managers and for leaders in profit, non-profit, health care, government, military, social service, and voluntary organizations.
  3. Given quantitative data, demonstrate knowledge of management controls by constructing and interpreting an income statement, a balance sheet, a cash flow statement, and other selected measures of financial and operational results.
  4. Given a simulation, case study or team project, demonstrate effective decision-making ability.
  5. Discuss the personal and organizational benefits of ethical behavior, social responsibility, inclusive leadership, and teamwork.
  6. Use Microsoft Word and Excel to produce a proposal, plan or report that is clearly organized, grammatically correct, incorporates data and graphics, uses relevant terminology, and deals with an organizational problem, need or opportunity.
  7. Make effective presentations to small and large groups using Microsoft PowerPoint and appropriate handout material.
  8. Using an agenda, facilitate a group or team meeting that demonstrates both high concern for effective communication and high concern for planned business results.
  9. Analyze an organizational problem and develop a structured change plan incorporating behavioral science concepts, quantitative and/or qualitative data collection techniques, and appropriate managerial intervention methods.
  10. After completing a personal competency self-analysis that integrates your styles of management, leadership, and communication, discuss your personal capabilities, preferences, goals, career options and current plan. 

Margaret Krippendorf ‘96


First Assistant District Attorney for Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey.


JD from New England Law Boston
Pine Manor College, Major in Business Management, Minor in Spanish

"Through Pine Manor I developed the confidence I needed to explore and find what I was truly interested in."

To learn more about Margaret’s story and her career at Pine Manor and beyond,
visit: www.pmc.edu/margaret-peggie-sweeney-krippendorf-96

Tamara Sakala ‘14

Currently pursuing advanced degree:

Masters of Science in Business at Lasell College


Global PreMBA program at Yale University Summer 2015
Pine Manor College, Double Major in Psychology and Management & Organizational Change.

"I have learned a lot from my majors. The faculty went beyond textbooks to help me understand what I was learning. I was pushed to think beyond the information provided. My majors (Psychology and Management) can be used on a very wide spectrum allowing me to try new things."

To learn more about Tamara’s story and her career at Pine Manor and beyond,
visit: www.pmc.edu/tamara-sakala-14

For current information on College policies, organization, curriculum and academic courses, please see the Academic Catalog.


Program Faculty


  • Raul Consunji
  • Dawn Mackiewicz
  • Lawrence Miscowski


Stephen Becker
 Associate Professor of Management
 Tel: 617-731-7069

Core Program Courses

EC 111 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 112 Principles of Macroeconomics
MN 101 Understanding Bus. in a Changing World
AC 205 Accounting I
MN 211 Management Principles
MN 220 Organizational Change: Strategies and Methods
MN 304 Business Leadership and Organizational Behavior
FN 310 Finance I
MN 351 Methods for Managerial Decision Making
MN 490 Senior Seminar in Business and Management
MN 495 Senior Internship


At least two of the following required:

EC 111 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 112 Principles of Macroeconomics
AC 206 Accounting II
MK 221 Marketing Principles
PY 224 Group Dynamics
MN 260 International Business
MN 270 The Nonprofit Organization
MN 301 Human Resource Management
MN 328 Entrepreneurship
MN 341 Business Law
MK 322 Marketing Research                                                                                                                           MK 327 Selling and Sales Management
MK 328 Direct and Internet Marketing

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