The College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The Accounting program provides students with the theories and procedures necessary to prepare them for the many facets of the accounting profession, such as public, industrial, managerial, tax and government accounting.
Undergraduate students may choose to combine Accounting and Information Systems classes to produce broad knowledge of both areas.
The Economics program is designed to prepare students for positions as economic and statistical analysts in business, government and nonprofit organizations, and for the teaching profession.
The entrepreneurship minor is open to all students at the University, purposefully designed without pre-requisites so any student can complement their major with entrepreneurial training.
A degree in Finance provides students knowledge essential for careers in financial management, banking and other financial institutions, investments, and insurance.
The General Business major expands on the strong business foundation developed in the pre-business and upper-division business coursework.
The Information Systems major is designed for those students interested in business-oriented, computer technology-based information resource systems.
The objective of the International Business major is to provide an interdisciplinary program of study which combines international studies and foreign language studies with a business degree.
A student with a degree in Management will have the skills necessary to maintain responsibility for a company's inbound and outbound logistics, operations, marketing and sales, and service.
This Marketing program helps give students strategic insight into one of the most vital components of modern business.