Maybe you’re analytical. Or perhaps you’re more intuitive. No matter what your innate skills are, there’s a home for you here. Our academic areas are staffed by some of the brightest minds in the business world, and they’ll prepare you not only to understand today’s economy, but to affect it as well.
Develop accounting skills uniquely relevant to today’s economy, including accounting for research, development, and development-stage enterprises.
Gain a better understanding of markets through coursework, research, and simulation, as well as case studies from companies at the forefront of technology.
Information Technology Management
Learn to design information systems that will automate, improve, and reengineer real business processes.
Law & Ethics
Study the role of the law in business, and explore ethical considerations posed by new and different technologies in the workplace.
Using the latest technology, discover how to analyze consumer behavior and how to build brands and marketing programs that stand out.
Explore innovation and how it can improve the efficiency and sustainability of production, distribution, and operations in any industry.
Learn how to manage individuals in a workplace where technology is increasingly pervasive.
Learn new tools and frameworks for examining problems related to innovation and technological change.
Build your knowledge across different disciplines to make your education as relevant as possible to today’s business challenges.