Undergraduate programs, generally completed in 122 credit hours, emphasize a strong liberal arts background combined with theory and practice in business administration. The integrated core curriculum provides a solid business foundation by introducing students to marketing, management, finance and risk management, and production and operations management, and their relationships to each other.
Normally, in the junior year, students declare a major in one or more of the nine areas of study.
Accounting focuses on developing the ability to analyze and solve financial problems.
Economics explores how societies use resources to satisfy wants and needs.
This major prepares students for careers in three interrelated areas: commercial and investment banking; corporate finance; and asset management.
International business explores activities that occur between people or organizations from different countries and cultures.
The major explores topics such as leadership, managing change and diversity, ethical behavior, teamwork, and the coordination and alignment of multiple functional areas.
Operations and Supply Chain
Operations and supply chain teaches students how to systematically analyze and improve business processes in manufacturing, services, health care and their supply chains.
Marketing explores the development, pricing, distribution and promotion of products, services and ideas.
Real estate involves the study of concepts, principles and methodologies used in commercial real estate analysis and decision-making.
Risk Management and Insurance
Risk management and insurance teaches disciplined methods for making decisions under conditions of uncertainty.