The Management Major ›

Develop strong business communication skills, master quantitative reasoning techniques, and participate in valuable group work through case-study and real-world opportunities.

The Information Technology Major ›

Develop a foundation of programming, networking, and web-based competencies. Specialize in either business intelligence, computer forensics, information architecture, or system administration.

Career Services ›

Connect with the Office of Career Services & Internships and work closely with a dedicated career specialist to discuss internship opportunities, career paths, and life after college.

Degree Pathway Option ›

Consider joining one of our academic programs just for incoming first year students. Both Management LEAD and the three year degree program offer dedicated academic advising, peer mentor support, and more.

The Management Achievement Program (MAP) ›

Enhance your professional demeanor and build your career toolkit through workshops, guest speakers, networking and other opportunities hosted by the College and the University each semester.

Special Opportunities ›

Enrich your academics by participating in experiences outside the classroom that connect to real-world business.