School of Business and Economics

Our goal is to develop effective decision-makers and leaders in both the private and public sectors through a strong, practical business education and comprehensive liberal arts education. The School of Business and Economics instills in students a passion for excellence, self-confidence, a desire to be a continuous learner and strong leadership skills that they can use throughout their careers.

While pursuing their majors, students study under highly qualified faculty members who have expertise in their specialized fields as well as extensive business experience.

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Accounting
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Business Administration
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Data Science
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Economics
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Finance
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Concentration of Business Administration
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Health and Wellness Management
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International Business
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Concentration of Business Administration
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Management
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Major/Concentration of Business Administration
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Marketing
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Concentration of Business Administration
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Sustainable Management
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Sustainable Management
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Transportation and Logistics Management
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