Undergraduate Academic Programs


People with business knowledge and experience are the mainstays of organizations. They help assure that clients get the products and services they seek and that the organization makes enough profit to stay in existence. One of the exciting aspects of a business career is constant change in the marketplace. A major in Business Administration, Finance, Management, or Marketing will help prepare you for this exciting world.

Business administration-management graduates work in general management, human resources, and training and development.


The mission of the Management Program is to develop and enhance students' ability to effectively engage in interpersonal, leadership, process and decision making activities in diverse organizations.

Career Opportunities

Management graduates may pursue the following careers:

  • Office systems manager
  • Business manager
  • Personnel manager
  • Executive director
  • Quality control manager
  • Department manager
  • Operations manager

Business Administration faculty members have graduate degrees and experience in the business world. They are active in research in human resources, product pricing models, securities valuation and international competition. Faculty advise students in the selection of appropriate courses, career considerations, finding an internship, learning about overseas study programs and conducting independent research projects.

Stacy Vollmers, Management and Marketing Chair

Dawn Hukai, Accounting and Finance Chair

Management Faculty

Marketing Faculty

Finance Faculty

College of Business and Economics Faculty & Staff