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Majors related to Business and Economics

 

Accounting

The study of recording, classifying, summarizing, and interpreting financial resources and transactions.

Construction Engineering and Management

A program that combines a major in civil engineering with concentrated coursework in construction management and at least two full summer internships.

Economics

The social science that studies the supply, demand, distribution, and consumption of resources.

Finance 

The study of investment analysis, financial markets, and corporate finance in preparation for a career as a security analyst or broker. 

International Business

A foundation in accounting, marketing, financial management, and corporate finance that serves as preparation for a career in the international business world.

International Economics and Finance

The study of economics, financial management, and international corporate finance as the foundation for a career in a global financial marketplace.

Management

A program designed to prepare for careers in business, government, or the non-profit sector, with skills like leadership, analysis, and creativity.

Marketing

The study of business and consumer behavior as a foundation for careers in advertising, sales, public relations, and customer service.

Exploratory Studies

If you are undecided about a major, this program offers the opportunities and support that will help you make your major decision when the time is right for you.