Program overview

Study at one of only a handful of NJ schools with AACSB accreditation. Prepare for an exciting and fast-paced job in a rapidly changing global marketplace. Build the skills you need to be a strong manager who knows how to motivate employees, manage teams, resolve conflict and provide inspirational leadership.

What you will learn

Graduates from the management and leadership program will leave Rider with a multitude of marketable skills.

As a graduate you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate self-efficacy in supervising, leading, and working with others in teams and organizations
  • Apply knowledge about ethical decision-making, diversity and inclusion, and international business to complex managerial questions
  • Resolve real-world managerial challenges through role plays, case studies and hands-on exercises

Where potential becomes a plan

Effective management is at the core of every successful business. M&L graduates find work in a variety of industries and positions.

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Start strong to make it big

Acquire leadership and professional skills, gain hands-on experience and build your resume with real-world experience to stand out when you graduate with our internship and co-op opportunities. 

Recent placements include:

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Bank of America
  • Enterprise
  • FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
  • Workday
Internships & Co-Ops
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One of my favorite quotes is ‘life begins at the end of your comfort zone.’ Rider helped me realize that the more I push myself and the more uncomfortable I feel, the greater the return and growth I experience.
Erin Bogdan '10
Management and Leadership and Finance (B.S.B.A.)
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Program requirements

Our 120-credit program focuses on core business principles and strategies.

Financial aid resources

Learn more about financial aid, tuition and the various options we offer to make your college education affordable.


Hee Young Kim

Associate Professor, Department Chair

Department of Management

Sweigart Hall

kimmgt [at]


Academic Focus: Human Resource Management, Management

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