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Accounting (Cert.: Accounting, B.B.A.: Accounting)

Accounting is the language of business, used to measure and communicate the financial health of an organization. You will learn generally accepted accounting principles, providing knowledge and skills to you for licensure and certification exams.

Business Administration (Minor: Business Administration, Cert.: Business Administration, B.B.A.: Business Administration)

This program teaches the foundation in business enterprise functions and preparation to become managers in private and public sector organizations. It is a great choice if you are interested in starting your own companies. Many courses focus on small business management and entrepreneurship.

Economics (Minor: Economics, Cert.: Economics)

Study how people satisfy desires through production, exchange, and consumption. These economic activities require time, energy, and scarce material and financial resources. Economics informs resource allocation choices.

Finance (Cert.: Finance)

Finance deals with making decisions about resource allocation under uncertain conditions, using economic theories to price assets based on risk and expected rate of return. It is relevant to occupations including risk management, financial planning, investments, insurance, real estate, and banking.

International Studies, Tourism Concentration (Cert.: International Studies, Tourism Concentration)

This program is designed to prepare you for career opportunities in an interconnected world. It includes courses that emphasize world geography and culture and requires two years of a foreign language study.


Goals for Student Learning in the Major

Accounting, B.A. and General Business, B.B.A.

Upon graduating, our students should possess a common core of knowledge and skills that enables them to:

  • Demonstrate comprehension of the fundamental principles of essential business functions.
  • Express ideas clearly, logically, and persuasively in written communication.
  • Demonstrate quantitative problem solving skills to resolve complex, unstructured problems, using appropriate tools and technology.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify, analyze, and decide on courses of action to resolve complex, unstructured problems, using appropriate tools and technology.

Economics, B.A.

Effective Fall 2016, This degree will not be accepting new students. Students interested in Economics can pursue a BBA with a concentration in Economics.

Upon graduating, our students should possess a common core of knowledge and skills that enables them to:

  • Correctly explain contemporary economic theories.
  • Synthesize contemporary economic theory and other applicable information into analyses of real-life situation and contexts.
  • Demonstrate problem-solving in demand-supply of economic agents using quantitative reasoning.
  • Effectively communicate (orally and in written prose)