Our Finance specialization emphasizes knowledge and critical thinking skills: problem-solving, decision-making and information technology. It prepares students for careers in corporate financial management, investments, and with financial institutions. The principles of finance are applicable to all businesses and to all households. Courses in personal finance prepare students to effectively manage their own economic welfare.
Supply chain management is important for traditional for-profit businesses, not-for-profit organizations, governments, and the military. It plays a vital role in product and service-oriented firms including: material processors, product manufacturers, transportation companies, financial firms, information systems providers, and advertising agencies A career in supply chain management frequently leads to experiences in different functions of an organization and to positions of leadership. Those in supply chain positions frequently work across functions of a business to improve and increase success in meeting company goals. Whether your job is in manufacturing, marketing, finance, distribution, or any other function, by adopting a supply chain orientation toward management, you will be prepared to assess, plan, and effectively manage your job responsibilities.
Because Finance and Supply Chain Management are essential to business operations, our core courses are required for all Accounting and Business Administration majors.