Business Administration Department

Location: Sanders Administration Building, Rooms 104-J & I Chairperson: Joseph E. McAloon - 978-665-3745
Administrative Assistant: Anne Burrill - 978-665-3378
Admissions Office: 978-665-3144 or

MBA Program

Undergraduate Day Program

Undergraduate Evening Program

Joseph E. McAloon Joseph E. McAloon Renee Scapparone
MBA Graduate Program Chair Department Chair Evening Undergraduate Program Manager
Sanders Administration Building, Sanders Administration Building, Sanders Administration Building,
Room 104-J Room 104-J Room 104-D
Phone: 978-665-3745 Phone: 978-665-3745 Phone: 978-665-3526


Our mission is to prepare each Business Administration student to take a responsible position within the world of business, equipped with a knowledge of business theories, policies, and procedures. The curriculum is based in the liberal arts, coupled with professional courses and a variety of practical business experiences, including the opportunity for experimental learning through internships, structured to give the participant an opportunity to apply the theory of the classroom to a specific work experience.

Our vision is to be recognized as the pre-eminent business administration program within the Massachusetts State University system. We do this to ensure that your opportunities through Fitchburg State University help you to succeed in your professional career.

Two Year Rotation of Courses (PDF)

Four Year Plan of Study



Caggiano, Diane - Management
Chan, Andrew - Accounting
Greenwood, Michael - Marketing, Management, Internships
Hollingsworth, Beverley - Management, Accounting
Kim, Kay Kwahng - Management, Marketing
McAloon, Joseph - Management, Marketing
Morrison, Francis - Law
Noonan, James - Marketing, Management
Pereira, Audrey - Computer Info Sys for Business, Digital Commerce, Forecasting, Management
Scapparone, Renee - Marketing, Management


Fitchburg State University has facilities tailored to the needs of local business. These include the Business and Industry Center and the Business Laboratory, a student run consulting firm. Such unique facilities give our students the opportunity to work with a variety of businesses on projects that are not simply academic exercises, but are real-world projects. Students involved with these projects learn how to analyze data, work cooperatively and implement changes that affect the local economy.