Department of Business Administration & Economics
Honoring the liberal arts foundation of the College, the Division of Business seeks to graduate students with a broad academic experience while promoting the understanding and application of progressive business thought. The Division is committed to serving the diverse needs of its students through a pursuit of continuous improvement and a fundamental commitment to excellence in teaching.
Areas of Study
Major: Business Administration and Economics (B.A., B.S.)
Minor: Business Administration and Economics
Concentrations: Economics / Finance / Management / Marketing
Course plan: Typical progression of courses leading to a degree in this major.
Other Business Programs: Accounting, Professional Bachelor's Program (B.B.A.)
Memberships & Accreditations
Our department is special because…
The Department of Business Administration and Economics offers a rigorous business education in a liberal arts setting that provides the well-rounded education that today’s employers are seeking. Features that you might not find at other business programs include:
- Small class sizes and close student-faculty rapport. Business classes range in size from five to 25, with an average of 12 students per class.
- Teaching-oriented faculty members who are also active and engaged in their fields. All faculty members are doctorally-qualified.
- A wide variety of courses and extra-curricular activities within a small college framework.