Business Management (BUS)
The College of Business offers undergraduate students a major and a minor in Business Management.
The major program offers students a solid foundation of essential business concepts and applications. In addition to courses in statistics, decision sciences, and general management, students study the fundamentals of five business functions: accounting, finance, marketing, management and operations, and sustainable business. Majors have an opportunity to concentrate in one of these five business functions. The knowledge gained in the specialization assists students in finding employment in that area of a business.
Business majors are also required to minor in a discipline outside of business. In addition to providing the student with a broader education, the minor can also provide students with complementary knowledge in their business concentration. Business does not operate in isolation from other disciplines but looks to the arts and sciences for insight into such important business topics as leadership, ethics, consumer behavior, information systems, mathematical models, and international relations.