The College of Business offers programs that prepare students in accounting, management, finance, operations, marketing, information systems, entrepreneurship, and specialized programs in sustainable hospitality management and agribusiness.
Business Administration majors develop a base of fundamental business skills such as marketing, finance, economics, and management, and can also choose one of 6 concentrations to get industry-specific knowledge in areas such as agribusiness, accounting, technology, and more.
Sustainable Hospitality Management majors develop skills and understanding in hospitality business management that incorporates planet, people, profit, ethics, and equity with a concentration in either sustainable hotel, resort, and event management or sustainable ecotourism management.
This online curriculum focuses on sharp–edged technology, corporate leadership, entrepreneurship, and global business acumen. Students select from two tracks:
Traditional - for aspiring business leaders
Executive - for executives with seven years or more of business experience
A Business minor provides students the opportunity to develop management skills and entrepreneurial attitudes that are valuable in a wide range of careers.
The minor in Nonprofit Management prepares students to effectively lead and manage community-based nonprofit organizations. It is offered in collaboration with the Department of Health, Human Services and Public Policy.