The Bachelors in Business Administration, with concentrations in accounting, finance, economics, management, and marketing, offers graduates a background that is broadly applicable in today's job market. Further, Business Law and Ethics courses get students thinking about important topical and historical issues in the world of business. The business program prepares students with the conceptual and practical skills necessary for entry-level careers in the business field and advanced degree work. Classes, especially on the upper level, occur in a small setting that allows maximum individualized attention. Additionally, students get the opportunity to develop leadership skills, work with campus and community projects, and take a course in free enterprise, by participating in SIFE, the Students In Free Enterprise organization.
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Students are prepared to start their career in business or office management, sales, financial services, and non-profit management and development. Many students continue their education and receive a Master in Business Administration (MBA).