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  • Marketing

    The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

  • Foundations in Business Administration

    The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

  • General Management

    The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

  • Business Administration – Finance

    The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

  • Business Administration

    The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

  • Business Administration – Economics

    The Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate offers a variety of undergraduate minors for students of all majors. Minor programs are designed to let students pursue a guided course of study in an area outside their major. No matter what professional path you chose, you’ll receive a contemporary business education—combined with a strong foundation in the liberal arts—that will help you meet your goals.

  • B.S. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Real Estate

    Finance students learn to assess and price risk, apply finance theories to market analysis, and analyze corporate investment and financing decisions. Coursework focuses on risk assessment, the risk and rewards of stocks and bonds, corporate finance management, financial accounting, capital formation, capital structure, banking, futures, options and other derivatives, long-term planning, and investment.

  • B.S. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Economics

    With a concentration in economics, business students learn to use fundamental economic concepts and methods to analyze the impact of economic forces on decision-making. Coursework focuses on micro, macro, labor, and ecological economics, as well as growth, development, globalization, and forecasting.

  • B.S. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Economics and Finance

    With a concentration in economics, business students learn to use fundamental economic concepts and methods to analyze the impact of economic forces on decision-making. Coursework focuses on micro, macro, labor, and ecological economics, as well as growth, development, globalization, and forecasting.

  • B.S. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Finance

    Finance students learn to assess and price risk, apply finance theories to market analysis, and analyze corporate investment and financing decisions. Coursework focuses on risk assessment, the risk and rewards of stocks and bonds, corporate finance management, financial accounting, capital formation, capital structure, banking, futures, options and other derivatives, long-term planning, and investment.