Amanda Colin

Student Spotlight

As captain of the Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team, Amanda Colin's work ethic and leadership skills are second to none--whether she's on the ice or in the classroom.

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Professor Blaine Branchik

Faculty Spotlight

Blaine Branchik spent almost 20 years in Silicon Valley overseeing product launches of some of the most innovative technology around, but what really makes him tick is teaching business students.

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Freshman Business Experience

As a freshman, your business education begins with Introduction to Business, through which five person teams of students run a virtual global business.

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Kayla Ketcheson

Student Spotlight

Kayla Ketcheson believes good business is based on team work. Her experiences at Quinnipiac in and out of the classroom have given her opportunities to hone her leadership skills and have led to a full-time job - before she's even graduated.

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Alumni Spotlight

When he first came to Quinnipiac, Richard Napolitano '00 planned to pursue a career in law. Guidance from two economics professors put him on a new path.

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Media Innovation Challenge

Business and communications students collaborate to develop innovative new products or services.

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Financial Technology Center

Quinnipiac business students have access to sophisticated, hands-on training at the Terry W. Goodwin '67 Financial Technology Center.

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Alumni Spotlight

Joe Ambrefe '89 left his job to start a company with a childhood friend. The idea came to him while going through an airport security checkpoint.

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Distinctly Different

Our outstanding faculty, many with industry experience, provides real world classroom experiences of the highest quality. Small classes provide students with a consistent supportive and stimulating learning environment.

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Bloomberg Businessweek Top 100

The School of Business is included in Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of "The Best Undergraduate Business Schools."

The Businessweek ranking is based on, among other factors, student and recruiter surveys, median starting salaries for graduates, academic quality based on SAT/ACT scores, the business program's full-time student/faculty ratio and average class size in core business classes.

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