Our Business, Management, and Finance degree options will provide the knowledge and training that leaders need to be successful in today’s complex business environment. As a student, you’ll learn theories and principles related to accounting, finance, marketing, economics, statistics, human resources, and decision-making.

Potential Careers Include:

Auditors
Budget Analysts
Supply Chain Managers
General and Operations Managers

Industry Trends

The Business, Management, and Finance industries feature a stable job market with projected growth. The business environment faces stronger regulations and compliance concerns. This creates a demand for accountants, auditors, and assessors who can manage complex business transactions. Those with logistical and supply chain abilities will also find themselves in demand. Service and hospitality management specialists will have a competitive edge when looking for employment at upscale hotels and restaurants. Project managers will be needed within every industry to help diverse teams plan and execute complex projects.


632k
New jobs being created, 2014 to 2024

65k
Median annual wage for business/finance occupations

8%
Increase in Business and Finance positions, 2014 to 2024

Students & Alumni

Alumni
Amanda Coen
B.S. in Business Management, Minor in Finance

I started working towards the completion of my degree after spending 13 years in retail management. Now that I have my bachelor’s, I am better equipped to find a job that not only suits for my abilities, but also works well with my personal life.

Amanda Coan|Class of 2016
Alumni
Frankie Montenegro
M.S. in Management

I’ve gained a better understanding of important concepts and theories in management that are relevant to my day-to-day activities in my career, specifically change communication, leading teams, and organizational behavior.

Frankie Montenegro|Class of 2016