Our management and marketing degree programs combine theoretical study with an emphasis on practical applications in the workplace and community. Students are exposed to a number of opportunities for practical, hands-on learning by participating in real-world projects, specialized classes, student organizations or internships. Management and marketing students will not only learn the concepts critical to the particular major, but also will develop communication, problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
Management and marketing are distinct areas of study; however, there is a good deal of commonality between the two disciplines and they complement each other. While our faculty members pursue individual career agendas, they also confer on research, curriculum-related issues and pedagogy. The result is a more coherent approach to each discipline.
The international business program builds on the college’s business core requirement, which offers an exceptional general business foundation for students. Non-business majors cannot expect to complete either of the international business programs without extending their program time beyond the expected four years.