Business and Management
Sian Christie, Holland Hall 308
Campus contact person: Sian Christie, Economics Department and Director of Business and Management Studies Program
Students planning to enter the business world immediately upon graduation and seek a career in accounting, finance, management, or marketing should major in economics and consider an area of emphasis, or they should consider a business and management studies concentration combined with a major other than economics.
|BUS 201||Organizational Storytelling||1.00|
|BUS 225||Principles of Accounting||1.00|
|BUS 237||Managerial Accounting||1.00|
|BUS 252||Legal Aspects of Business||1.00|
|BUS 268||Design Thinking & Entrepreneurship||1.00|
|BUS 383||Management Policy and Strategy||1.00|
|PSYCH 125||Principles of Psychology||1.00|
|BUS 281||Corporate Finance||1.00|
|PSYCH 250||Industrial/Organizational Psychology||1.00|
|THEAT 120||Public Speaking||1.00|
The best Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programs do not require a specific undergraduate curriculum. They seek people with strong skills in analysis, communication, and leadership. Typically, students entering an MBA program will have two or more years of work experience.