Classrooms and software offer students a learning environment that reflects conditions in the business industry. Experienced faculty help prepare our students to be leaders in the classroom and in the respective careers they pursue in business.
To help promote your long-term success, our program seeks to place special emphasis on the fundamentals of business, including principles, theory, and standard business practices. From beginning to end, our goal is to instruct you on the essential categories of contemporary business trends, case studies, and professional development courses; and help enhance your marketability in today’s competitive business industries.
Your passion may be making videos, designing buildings, or playing basketball. Whatever your skillset and interests, there’s a business side to the equation! Think about it — business is part of the language we use when we talk about the entertainment industry, project financing, and sports marketing. Everything has a “business” side to it — every industry needs accountants, marketers, managers, financial analysts, and technology support staff … in other words, business majors!
Business as a field of study is very practical — it is the study of applying ideas to create or add value to a product or service in order to generate a profit. Business majors learn how to research information using quantitative skills, and then develop ideas based on that information to solve problems. The business also involves people — customers and employees — so communication and interpersonal skills are vitally important as well.