The Center for Accounting Research and Education

Mission: The center will support faculty research, diversity initiatives, continuing professional education, student education, and community outreach as well as social responsibility and ethical training in accounting.

Financing innovative research projects and cutting-edge educational endeavors will be the center's primary strategic objectives. The center will support the mission of the School of Business by supporting the scholarly and educational activities of the Accounting, Finance and Law Department.


Jonathon Lawniczaka, District Recruiter, Sherwin Williams

The Sherwin-Williams Company finds SUNY Oswego students are exceptionally well prepared for the job search and interview process.  Undoubtedly, Career Services plays a significant and valuable role in our search for candidates who fit


SUNY Oswego and the School of Business are dedicated to being active members of the global community. International students are welcomed and students traveling abroad is encouraged. Many School of Business faculty members engage in international research, and some choose to teach abroad during the summer.


Current students - Change of major
Current Oswego students wanting to change their major to a major in the School of Business, should make requests via the Business Advisement Center (BASAC), 230 Rich Hall. Applicants changing their majors must be in good standing, i.e., having a GPA at Oswego of 2.0 or higher, or be in their first semester as a student at Oswego.

Student Activities

Students benefit from classroom assignments, on-campus work opportunities and membership in professional organizations. These professional organizations are student-operated, faculty advised, and provide avenues to interact with and gain experience from professional groups within the business community. In September 2018, Enactus sponsored its 2nd annual start-up competition, "Launch it." Watch the video here.

School of Business

The AACSB accredited School of Business offers a range of undergraduate programs, several interdisciplinary programs, an MBA and combined five-year BS/MBA and BS/masters of programs to approximately 1,650 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students. Housed in renovated Rich Hall, our classes provide practical skills and project-based learning to complement theory, with a strong and successful alumni network that can help you during and after your college years. Graduate students have the option of taking classes online or at the Metro Center branch campus in downtown Syracuse.