While there is a common dedication to rigor in the business curriculum, there is a willingness to help you in any way we can.
It is common to see students seeking information in faculty offices and department hallways. We are proud of our open environment where you feel comfortable with the professors.
You can participate in month-long or semester-long internships, gaining hands-on work experience for college credit.
In the Classroom
We strive to find ways to bring relevant applications into our courses.
Guest speakers, computerized simulations, case studies and community service projects are just some of the ways you’ll learn to appreciate the usefulness of the program.
What Our Students Say
Every year, seniors graduating with a degree from the Division of Economics and Business, evaluate the program and the faculty.
Results are compared to peer institutions, as well as the population of respondent institutions. Year after year, graduating students tell us that the faculty in the Division:
- Are exceptional academic advisors who are available, helpful and show an interest in student progress
- Are accessible and responsive outside the classroom
- Provide opportunities for students to enhance their teamwork abilities and presentation skills
A review of the business administration program noted the faculty’s use of innovative teaching methods and overall concern about student success.