Did you ever want to know what it was really like to be a Mount student? Now’s your chance! We followed Jake Kosack, a senior Business major with a concentration in Sports Management and the senior class president (as well as a resident assistant!), around to spend a day in the life of a Mount student.
Photo and illustrations by Colin Seifrit of MSMC Residence Life
8:45 am – Wake up and get ready for class
9:05 am – Attend my first class of the day – Management Communication
10:10 am – Walk to the Kaplan Center to practice my skills in Public Speaking with Dr. Langstedt
11:15 am – Discuss plays and our upcoming project in Intro to Theater with Professor Phillips
12:15 pm – Grab lunch with friends in the View before work
1:00 pm – Spend the next 2.5 hours doing office hours in the Student Activities office – helping with office work and planning upcoming events
3:30 pm – Up to Guzman Hall for my Theology of Film class, where we watch a movie together and pick out religious elements with Dr. Miller Continue Reading
Are you thinking about joining the Sports Management program at the Mount? Hear what one Sports Management senior has to say about her experience:
“My name is Tori Baccello, and I am currently a senior at Mount Saint Mary College. I have been studying Sports Management here at the Mount for the past three years.
Being a part of the Sports Management program has been exciting and has opened up many doors for me. During my junior year, my Sports Facility teacher, Scott Russell (who is also the head of the Sports Management program) took us on a class trip to visit The Hudson Valley Renegades. The Renegades are a single A, Tampa Bay Ray affiliate baseball team, and the purpose of the trip was to see how the Renegades ran their facility and operated on a day-to-day basis. While on this class trip, I got to talking with the vice president of the Hudson Valley Renegades, and he offered me (on the spot) an internship with them the following summer. I took the position and was able to complete 3 credits of mandatory internship hours. This internship was perfect for me because my dream job is to one day work with an MLB team in their operations department. Continue Reading
Blake Keenan, a senior Accounting major at the Mount, pictured with School of Business Chair Tracey Niemotko after learning that he’d received a $10,000 accounting scholarship from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Here at the Mount, we are seeing more and more students choosing a major from our School of Business. More than 15% of Mount students are currently pursuing a degree in business, but what’s all the hype about? Is it the availability of 5-year programs to receive both a bachelor’s and master’s in just 5 years? Is it dedicated faculty with specialized expertise and the ability to choose between Accounting and Business Management majors and concentrations in Marketing, Finance, or Sports Management? Is it the School of Business’ reputation in the field and student exposure to business leaders both inside and outside of the classroom? We asked senior Accounting major Blake Keenan why our students love the School of Business:
“When I was applying to schools, I didn’t realize that the Mount was well known for its business program, but being part of the program has made me realize that the school has a very solid reputation in the field. Our accredited program and the fact that it is a School of Business (and not just a division) makes employers want to hire out of the Mount’s business program. The school is constantly providing connections to the real world, which also helps us to network and connect with potential employers. Continue Reading
Today, we will hear from Jacob Gaydos, who spent the spring semester in Ireland interning with Eventhaus, full service event planning and marketing company. Here, he will tell you all about his experience. Continue Reading
Today, we have an interview with LeighAnn Perina, about what it’s like to study business here at the Mount.