Common Careers for a BUSINESS MAJOR–
- Bank Teller/Cashier
- Insurance/Real Estate/Travel Agent
- Hotel/Restaurant/Club Manager
- Office Manager
- Customer Service Representative
- Administrative Assistant
- Business owner
- Marketing Analyst
The objective of the Marketing major is to prepare students to conduct the critical business functions associated with directing the flow of products and services from the producer to the consumer. Students study and apply marketing functions that include: distribution, financing, and marketing information management.
In Accounting, students study the accounting cycle for service businesses. Students learn basic accounting concepts and terminology, the effects of transactions on the accounting equation, general journal entries, trial balance, end-of-period adjustments, adjusting and closing entries, and financial statements.
A key focus of the International Business major is to help students focus their knowledge and business skills toward a multinational environment that knows no geographic, cultural or regional boundaries. The curriculum provides the student with a global perspective on business and a strong background in management, markets, customs, and ethics in other countries. In today’s global economy, multinational corporations are expanding their international operations to provide technical dissemination with marketing and manufacturing opportunities. Many business executives believe it is important for their employs to be able to work within business on a global level.