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School of Business Undergraduate Programs + Minors

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Accounting

Bachelor of Science in Business

Accounting majors are great at numbers, are always in demand and have versatile career options including management, corporate finance, consulting, small business owner, public accountant.

Business Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business

Leadership, management, marketing, entrepreneur – choose your own business adventure because with a degree in business administration you will be prepared for success in a variety of business settings.

Business Data Analytics

Bachelor of Science in Business, Concentration

How data acquisition, management, transformation, analysis, and presentation come together to analyze data in support of competitive business decisions. Graduates will be in high demand in any organization.

Business Education (Grades 6-12)

Bachelor of Science in Business

Are you interested in business, yet want the rewards and satisfaction from teaching others? Business Education majors will learn how to effectively teach business and computer classes at the middle and secondary school levels.

Computer Science

Bachelor of Science in Business

Computer Science graduates have a unique leg up in our modern society; there are more computing jobs than qualified people to fill them! Such a degree could lead you toward IT consulting, cyber security, database administration, multimedia programming, systems analysis, games development…virtually anything!

Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Business

A degree in Information Systems will lead to a career where your ability to develop solutions for organizing and retrieving data used in making major organizational decisions will be in high demand. After studying Information Systems, you’ll be able to develop solutions for organizing and retrieving data and use your skills to make major decisions.

Management

Bachelor of Science in Business

Successful management is one of the most essential elements of any organization, industry or business, as well as other professional areas. At ESU, our Management program will teach you to plan, solve problems, make educated decisions, and be an adaptive leader.

Marketing

Bachelor of Science in Business

Do the phrases “Just Do It,” “I’m Lovin’ It,” and “Think Different” make you think of specific products or companies? Are you interested in branding, research, and forming a cohesive message for organizations to present to the public? Then marketing is a good fit for you! Marketing involves looking at products and services and how to price them, promote them, and distribute them. A Marketing major will give you excellent preparation for marketing positions in all types of organizations.

Accounting Services

Business Administration, Concentration

Provides business administration students with the opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge regarding accounting services in an integrated program of study.

E-Commerce-Business

Business Administration, Concentration

Provides the unique and valuable combination of a business and marketing education with the constantly shifting technology and principles of electronic retailing. The e-commerce concentration combines economic principles with software applications to help you use the Internet to create business opportunities.

Entrepreneurship

Business Administration, Concentration

Provides a tailor-made curriculum to professionals wishing to participate in new or small business ventures. Like any business degree, these programs cover the obvious functions such as accounting, management, and marketing.

Human Resource Management

Business Administration, Concentration

Develops further insights into human resources functions and outside influences on modern business such as economic, social, and legal issues. You may obtain a more strategic understanding of workforce planning and development, training, compensations and benefits, global human resource management, employee health and safety, and labor law.

Financial Services

Business Administration, Concentration

Provides students with the opportunity to have some breadth in business but concentrating on financial services. For students interested in advancing your current career in financial services or in working at a management level with a financial focus.

International Business

Business Administration, Concentration

Designed to provide a background in global business. Survival of American companies is dependent on the ability to expand into new markets. To do this, they must be open to change and to learning the needs and wants of their international customers.

Marketing Communication

Business Administration, Concentration

Provides strategies used by a company or individual to reach their target market through various types of communication. Marketing communications is the “promotion” part of the “marketing mix” or the “four P’s”: price, place, promotion, and product.

Sales Management

Business Administration, Concentration

Provides a broad perspective and understanding of wholesale and industrial selling, its social and economic functions, its role in purchasing and sales, and its relationship to the total business picture.

Accounting

Minor

Students who study accounting are great at numbers, are always in demand and have versatile career options including management, corporate finance, consulting, small business owner, public accountant.

Business-Minor

Minor

Provides the student with a broad preparation in business including accounting, business law, finance, information systems, management, and marketing. This minor produces a business generalist with the flexibility to gain entry-level employment in corporations, small businesses, and government. A minor in business is not available for those completing a Bachelor of Science in Business.

Computer Science

Minor

Understanding modern technology and systems to solve problems and create technology solutions for business and industry. Careers:  programming, systems development, network technology, data base administration and internet.

Data Security

Minor

Comprehensive coverage of the field, ranging from hacking and defense techniques, through management of information security, to compliance with laws and regulations.

Entrepreneurship

Minor

Provides a tailor-made curriculum to professionals wishing to participate in new or small business ventures. You will also focus more on product or service development, start-up funding, purchasing and distribution issues, and client base development.

Information Systems

Minor

How people, data, computer hardware, software and other technology work together to satisfy information needs.

Integrated Marketing Communications

Minor

Marketing concepts, public relations and design components to effectively communicate in the marketplace. Careers: marketing communication, copywriting, public relations.

Marketing

Minor

Both the creative and analytical, marketing encompasses market analysis, brand development, promotional strategies, more.

Management

Minor

Learn to plan, solve problems, make educated decisions and be an adaptive leader.