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Achieve Core Competencies in Business

Learning the fundamentals of business informs students' specialization decisions.

Business Undeclared

Offered by: School of Business

As a Business Undeclared student, you are part of the School of Business and will have a business faculty member as an advisor. You will be taking the same core business courses that are required of all business majors, while deciding what specific major best suits your interest and career goals.

Why Choose Business Undeclared?

This program is an excellent option if you know that business is the path you want to pursue but have not yet decided on a specialty area. By taking core business courses, you will become better informed about the area of business in which you want to specialize.

What Will You Learn?

You will gain a solid foundation in all business disciplines, taking coursework in accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing. You will then build upon this foundation when you select a specific major.

Careers In Business

There are business-related positions at all levels of for-profit and non-profit organizations, and a variety of career paths exist depending on your chosen business major.

Clubs & Organizations

  • American Marketing Society (AMA)
  • Finance & Economics Club
  • Student Accounting Society (SAS)