Business graduates have continued their studies at competitive professional programs including: • Arizona State (Carey) • University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) • Penn State (Smeal) • The Ohio State University (Fisher) • Duke University (Fuqua)
The Bachelor of Science degree in business management is a 64 credit hour program that combines 43 credit hours of business core requirements, 12 credit hours of business management courses and 9 credit hours of interdisciplinary study in addition to the College core curriculum.
There are also a number of interdepartmental majors offered by other departments in conjunction with the Department of Business.
After completing both major and core requirements, students are able to articulate and critique a variety of economic viewpoints and are equipped for careers in a wide range of fields.
The minor provides students with an excellent grounding in the basics of business, economics and accounting.
An integral component to an excellent undergraduate education, research opportunities help prepare students for top graduate and professional programs, as well as successful careers across a wide range of professional sectors.