School of Business
Stritch business alumni stand out
You'll find Stritch business alumni leading major corporations and non-profits or fulfilling their dreams as entrepreneurs throughout the region and across the globe.
Stritch is lead sponsor of Diversity in Business Awards by the Milwaukee Business Journal
Cardinal Stritch University is proud to be a lead sponsor of the Milwaukee Business Journal Diversity in Business Awards ceremony awards celebrated on Thursday, April 14, 2022.
Stritch alumna Dr. Jeanette Mitchell (Ed.D. Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service, '01) received the Maria Monreal-Cameron Lifetime Achievement Award at this ceremony.
March 31, 2022
Angela Smith leads impressive expansion of family restaurant business during COVID
June 29, 2020
Brian King, '88, appointed president of Marriott International’s Caribbean and Latin America region
January 25, 2021
Stritch alumni recognized as Power Brokers by Milwaukee Business Journal
Sarah Wilson, '22
Business Administration major with minors in political science and history
There will always be a need for business majors! Stritch’s business program puts you in a wide array of classes that enhance your communication, analytical thinking, and leadership skills that are needed in any workplace. This isn’t a program where you are just reading out of a textbook, classes are taught with a hands on and discussion approach.
Gina Mazzone, '22
Master's in Business Administration
While looking into MBA programs, I was impressed with the leadership focus Stritch offered to students. Not only would I become knowledgeable in the hard skills required of MBAs, but also in the soft skills that are often overlooked and essential in all disciplines.
Dr. Berdie Cowser, '07, '18
Doctorate in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service
I came to Stritch for my MBA because, while being a full-time student as well as a parent, I needed the flexibility to raise my children and work every day. The program felt right, and I loved it so much I came back for my Ph.D.
Associate Dean of the School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences