Majoring in business is a practical choice for almost anyone. The success of every organization, regardless of the industry, is dependent on sound business principles. Those individuals who have a solid background in business are equipped with the practical skills necessary to compete for a variety of positions in whichever industry they choose.
The business major at CMU consists of 21-hours of common classes and seven areas of concentration from which to choose including: marketing and advertising, management, international business, finance and banking, general business, entrepreneurship, and business education. These concentration areas allow students to further pursue their specific interests in business.
Students wishing to major in business can earn either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree.
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Julie A. Bennett, MBA
Associate Professor of Business
Kathryn E. Chevalier, M.Acc., CPA
John A. Flanders, MA
Professor of Business and Economics, Co-Director of First Year Program
Sally E. Hackman, MBA
Associate Professor of Business and Accounting