Majors to meet your interests

A strong range of professionally focused majors provide the flexibility and marketable skills needed to realize your full career potential.

All programs share a university core curriculum that is combined with an innovative business curriculum to provide you with a solid foundation for business success. Our advisors and award-winning faculty provide you with personalized attention through programs tailored to meet your needs.


Accounting isn't just about money; it also involves data analysis, strategic thinking and forecasting. Ethical practice is also integral to a company's reputation management, and central to our accounting major. Whether it's in big business or small business, non-profit or government, accounting is a core operation, and well-trained students are sought after.

Business Analytics Co-Major 

The Business Analytics Co-Major is an applied program which complements existing business majors and cannot be taken as a stand-alone major. The focus is on the ability to communicate the business analysis of data that spans all disciplines, without the heavy scientific component. There is no program-specific prerequisite requirement as Business Statistics is a course in the business core required of all majors.

Economics (STEM)

The discipline helps you understand what motivates people and how often-conflicting values affect behavior in the marketplace. From individuals to groups, from corporations to governments, people behave differently, and a well-trained student of economics accurately can analyze those differences and their effects.


Being an entrepreneur isn't just about starting a business. Entrepreneurship is a way of looking at the world. It's about innovative thinking, taking calculated risks, and, most importantly, about being able to recognize and seize outstanding opportunities to solve problems and create value.

Finance (STEM)

The Finance major is comprised of courses in two broad areas:  Corporate Finance and Investments

In Corporate Finance, students learn to analyze business opportunities to identify those that create value.  Financial analysis boils down to sophisticated cost-benefit analysis for decision making in all aspects of business, and students majoring in Finance successfully pursue careers with major corporate and other organizations.

Information Systems and Technology 

The Information Systems and Technology program prepares students for careers focused on the planning, application, development, management, and implementation of technology to transform organizations and support data-driven decision-making. The IST curriculum exposes students to industry-driven software and established methodologies while also incorporating emerging technologies. Emphasis is placed on the ability of technology to add value to the processes, products, methods, and decision-making in organizations. Two tracks are available, though optional: Data Analytics and Digital Business Technology. In the Data Analytics track, students gain the expertise for careers focused on utilizing data for decision-making in organizations and designing business intelligence tools. In the Digital Business Technology track, students gain the expertise for careers that bridge the business environment with technology.


Management requires ethical decision-making and an ability to foster cooperative relationships, within your office walls and around the globe.

In today's business environment, management requires ethical decision-making and an ability to foster cooperative relationships, within your office walls and around the globe. From motivation to analytics, management requires a diverse set of interpersonal and professional skills used for the betterment of an organization.


Marketing is a specialization in business concerned with developing strategies and tactics to create value for customers. Marketing can involve many facets of business—everything from the conception and design of the product or service, to pricing, promotion and distribution.

Supply Chain Management (STEM)

A supply chain includes the people and places touched by products and services before reaching the consumer. It includes manufacturers, distributors, retailers and warehouses. Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the coordination of business practices supported by information systems and technology to manage the flow of precious resources while improving performance.