Multidisciplinary coursework in business, calculus, statistics, computer science and economics prepares you for employment upon graduation or with a firm foundation for graduate study.

Overview

With technology and data playing an ever-increasing role in the field of management, this major can benefit you in many pursuits. By following a concentration in either decision science, management information systems or operations management, you can add deeper areas of knowledge to your portfolio.

Apply for a study-abroad program in Europe, Australia or mainland China — or one of the many internships available at the local, national and international levels. Join the SCOPE student organization to learn supply chain and operations management techniques and models that will give you a leg up on the competition and increase your job readiness.

A Building for Business

Rich Hall is the dedicated home to the School of Business, where the majority of business courses are held. In addition to high-tech classrooms, there are team study rooms for group projects, a business commons and a cafe to grab a quick bite between classes, internships and jobs.

Career Opportunities

  • Inventory control
  • Supply chain management
  • Production management
  • Logistics
  • Market analysis
  • Operations research
  • Information systems management

My favorite part about my major is that it is a variety of different areas so I have a broad range of knowledge. Not only do I take classes in Computer Science/Information Science, but I take business classes to see how businesses can manage the technology I create.

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