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Welcome to Business & Entrepreneurial Studies

The Department of Business and Entrepreneurial Studies provides students with a solid theoretical and practical foundation in four business disciplines: AccountingFinanceInformation Technology and Management. Students who complete a course of study in any of the major disciplines will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and competencies to transition successfully into and effectively compete in the private, public and international sectors. Students with goals to pursue graduate studies, enter professional certification programs beyond the Bachelor's degree, and who plan to develop and build entrepreneurial enterprises are provided with the tools to fulfill their career aspirations.

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Library of Congress Classification

Print materials for most facets of Business Administration are found in Class H (Social Sciences) with the following subclasses:

HA: Statistics

HB and HC: Economics 

HD: Industries, Land Use, Labor

HE: Transportation and Communications

HF: Commerce

HG: Finance

HJ: Public Finance