Positions often pursued by graduates are: Supervisors or Entry-level Managers. Some draw on their internships to enter firms where they have had previous experience. Others draw on their direct experience with small businesses to enter similar businesses in a general management role.
Students are exposed to courses in: Management, Legal Envrionment, Finance, Human Resources, Operations Management, International Business, Strategy and Policy, Accounting, Economics, Marketing and Business Communication among others.
Students now have the option to have a concentration in Entrepreneurship when they major in Business Administration.
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