Business majors learn how to research information using quantitative skills, and then develop ideas based on that information to solve problems.

  • Accounting


    Students who have an interest in recording, analyzing, verifying, and reporting financial results may be matched well with studying accounting.
  • Baking and Pastry Arts

    Baking and Pastry Arts

    With an interest in cooking and baking in a professional kitchen, students can learn to master the art of baked-goods decoration and presentation.
  • Business Administration

    Business Administration

    Learn all aspects of overseeing and supervising business operations, including management, leadership, accounting, finance, project management, and marketing.
  • Communication


    Study speech, broadcasting, and journalism, with a communication degree and learn how to deliver messages through a variety of mediums.
  • Culinary Arts

    Culinary Arts

    Study food preparation, cooking, and presentation to become a chef or culinary artist.
  • Economics


    With an interest in the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, students can learn economics and how economies work.
  • Event Planning

    Event Planning

    Learn the planning and management of large scale events; train to develop large-scale events, conferences, weddings, and formal parties.
  • Hospitality


    Study how to place the guest first in a team management effort.
  • Hotel Restaurant Management

    Hotel Restaurant Management

    Learn professional skills to succeed in the exciting yet challenging field of hotel restaurant management.
  • Marketing


    Learn to attract customers to business and commerce; students can learn marketing skills to move goods and services from concepts to customers.