Business, Accounting and Economics Department
The Department of Business, Accounting and Economics prepares leaders, problem-solvers and communicators. The department integrates business fundamentals with practical experience and a broad liberal arts perspective.
This combination gives students the versatility they need in a global marketplace.
- Introductory classes average 25-30 students; upper level courses average 15.
- Department graduates continue their education or choose from unlimited career paths.
- Students explore career paths and network through internships.
- Students personalize their degrees through elective courses.
Department graduates have been successful in a variety of environments from small, locally-owned businesses to global corporations. Some choose to attend graduate school, primarily in law or business, while others move into promising career fields including:
- Marketing and sales
- Finance, banking and investments
- Public and private accounting
- Management consulting
- Marketing (domestic and international)
- Human resource management
The business administration program is nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees with a major in Business Administration.
The Department of Business, Accounting and Economics is on the second floor of the Smith-Curtis Classroom-Administration Building.