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Undergraduate

The Program

  • Accounting focuses on developing the ability to analyze and solve fiscal problems.

Class Profile

  • This major leads to career opportunities such as public or private accounting, budget planning, tax accounting or auditing.

The Program

  • Economics is the study of how society uses resources to satisfy unlimited wants.

Class Profile

  • The economics major leads to careers in research and management in the financial, manufacturing, services and government sectors.

The Program

  • Finance involves the study of business finance, investments and financial institutions. Students can specialize in corporate finance, investments or financial services.

Class Profile

  • Degrees in finance lead to positions such as financial analyst, commercial lender, portfolio manager and trust officer.

The Program

  • International Business is any business activity that occurs between people or organizations from different countries. This major leads to positions with an international context in areas such as finance, accounting, purchasing, marketing, production, logistics and planning.

Class Profile

  • Graduates are employed in companies involved in importing and exporting, multinational companies and foreign companies investing in the United States.

The Program

  • Management focuses on organizations-their design, function and management
  • behavior in organizations
  • and how they are changed. Such areas include entrepreneurship, policy and strategy, human resource management and communication. Integrating themes include leadership, managing change and diversity, ethical behavior, teamwork and the coordination and alignment of functional areas.

Class Profile

  • Graduates find positions throughout organizational structures in both general management and specific functional areas.

The Program

  • Management Science explores the analytical use of information in business management. Students can specialize in business information systems, business information management or global supply chain and operations management (GSCOM).

Class Profile

  • Graduates of management science are employed as managers, operations specialists, information analysts, computer programmers, statisticians and research analysts.

The Program

  • Marketing is the function in business and nonbusiness organizations that is responsible for developing, pricing, distributing and promoting products, services, and ideas.

Class Profile

  • This major leads to positions such as sales specialist, research analyst, purchasing agent, retail manager and corporate marketing management.

The Program

  • Real Estate involves the study of concepts, principles, and methodologies used in real estate analysis and decision making.

Class Profile

  • Degrees in real estate lead to positions in areas such as mortgage banking, appraisal and financial services.

The Program

  • Risk Management and Insurance focuses on methods of developing financial protection against loss with emphasis on insurance principles, solving risk management problems and socioeconomic security programs.

Class Profile

  • This major leads to positions in the life, health or property and casualty insurance industries such as underwriter, broker, investment analyst, risk manager or marketing representative.