School of Business
The School of Business programs provide tomorrow’s leaders with knowledge and skills necessary to become lifelong learners, successful members of the workforce and engaged citizens. Theory and practice come together in the curriculum, which uses real-world challenges to develop an understanding of the societal, organizational and individual impacts of business decisions. In addition to basic business principles and practices, the program emphasizes and integrates technological innovation, ethics and social responsibility, and internationalization.
Degrees and Programs The School of Business offers the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with concentrations in the following areas: Accounting Economics Finance International business Management Management information systems Marketing Concentrations in general business and leadership are no longer available, and a concentration in management has been added. Minors Business administration ROTC The School also sponsors the military science leadership courses offered through the Reserve Officer Training Program (ROTC) program.
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