Our mission is to prepare knowledgeable, well-rounded individuals for productive lives and careers in the business professions and the public sector. Graduates are individuals who conduct themselves with intelligence and integrity in domestic and global environments.
Are you interested in working to reach an organization’s goals, whether financial, operational, or workforce-related?
The Business major combines a foundational core of coursework with optional specializations, to prepare students for careers in a variety of settings.
Inquiry and Analysis
Are you interested in the study of how people allocate scarce resources, both individually and collectively?
The Economics major teaches students to research economic issues, analyze and interpret data, and recommend solutions to solve problems.
Inquiry and Analysis/Critical Thinking
Congratulations to our students who were honored at the annual Student Recognition Night!
Both business and economics major programs have room for students to plan and complete internships in the area of their choosing, earning degree credits while gaining valuable work experiences.
The Business and Economics Club is open to all students, and provides opportunities to plan events, make friends, and develop interests and networks with area businesses.
Take advantage of the chance to work on research and special studies projects alongside professors who serve as mentors.
Dr. Keven Malkewitz, Professor of Marketing, gives advice on how to get a job or internship