Scholars Today. Business Leaders Tomorrow.
The School of Business offers quality undergraduate instruction, emphasizing the global aspects of business.
We enhance undergraduate instruction through the pursuit of intellectual activities and services
that supports the growth
of our students and stakeholders.
The School of Business’ ongoing commitment to continuous improvement
in teaching, service, and research will contribute to the continued success of the school’s stakeholders.
The business curriculum is designed to help you
meet broad-based and/or specific career goals, prepare for employment in domestic or international business or in
government service, and to attend graduate or other professional schools. Business students complete course work in the liberal arts as well as traditional business courses. Degree Programs
Choose from Accounting, Administrative Systems/MIS, Banking and Financial Services, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing or Professional Accountancy. The department also offers a variety of minors and certificates.
Plans of Study
Business student benefits include small class sizes with Ph.d.-degreed faculty, a dedicated academic advisor, accounting and business clubs, internship programs with on-campus job interviews with major companies, and job placement opportunities.
Introducing the Master’s of Science in Banking and Financial Services
The School of Business' newest master's program began in Fall 2012. The MBFS degree is designed for busy working professionals who wish to further their career in the banking and financial services industry or individuals who wish to switch over from another business or related background into this field. The online program is designed to be completed in two years; students can continue to work full-time and complete their degree at the same time.