Business and Economics DepartmentBusiness and Economics Department

Business and Economics Department

The Business and Economics Department offers a number of degree programs with emphasis given to the development of fundamental skills that will be beneficial in your professional and private lives.

We provide solid training in business fundamentals in the fields of accounting, business management, economics, finance, human resource management, information technology management and marketing. Students from other departments may pursue a minor in various functional areas of business and economics as well.

Our curriculum is designed to provide you with the training and skills necessary to deal with diverse business and economic problems. You will have access to excellent advisement for planning programs that meet your individual needs. Internship opportunities allow you to experience the professional work environment as part of your academic preparation. Additionally, various student organizations in our department offer an opportunity for you to develop your leadership skills.

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Career Opportunities in Business and Economics

Career opportunities in these fields include positions such as accountant, banker, city manager, general manager, government agency administrator, hospital administrator, industrial relations manager, insurance agent, office manager, personnel manager, production manager, purchasing agent, retail manager, sales, manager, sales representative, securities analyst and stockbroker.

Location

Business and Economics Department

250 University Ave.

Watkins Hall

Room 115