The BA in Economics is designed to provide a basic understanding of economic concepts,
institutions, processes, and problems; to foster critical and analytical methods of
thinking; and to lay the foundation for further study of economics.
Business Informatics (BI) is the fast-growing applied business field that combines
technology, business, and social media. As a BI professional you will analyze the
latest data and make recommendations using cutting-edge software, hardware and mobile
The entrepreneurship program is designed to provide maximum flexibility in the integration
of coursework and actual experience to develop entrepreneurial potential and to provide
the opportunity to turn that capability into reality.
Finance is the function of managing money. Individuals, corporations, governments,
and not-for-profit organizations regularly face financial decisions. There is an enduring
need for the skills financial managers have to offer.
Tracks for Business Administration and Human Resources
A student majoring in Business Administration can expect to begin his or her career
by seeking an entry-level position with some organization. Typically, such positions
are quite competitive and only aggressive, well-prepared students are successful in
obtaining employment. Entry level positions are often coordinated with training programs.
These are valuable sources of "on-the-job" education. The student with talent and
drive will move progressively upward through a series of line and/or staff positions
toward his or her ultimate level of achievement.
The mathematical economics major seeks to give students broad exposure to both mathematics
and economics and to provide the complementary skills in that make students competitive
for graduate programs and highly quantitative analytical positions.