Liberal Arts Business Studies
Gain real-life experience – all before you graduate.
Juniors and seniors—work in a supervised student team and provide consulting services to business firms and other organizations in the area. Advise them in areas such as business planning, marketing, research, advertising, information systems, accounting and finance, and human resources.
Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through supervised internships of a semester or more in length.
- Dakota Pasta Growers
- Eide Bailley
- National Buffalo Museum
- Northwestern Mutual
- Regional Entrepreneur Center
- University of Jamestown
- Graduating seniors have scored as high as the 98th percentile in the Major Field Achievement Test in Business.
- Students regularly score in the top three in academic business competitions at the state and national Phi Beta Lambda Leadership Conferences.
- Public Relations Manager
- Training and Development Manager
- Human Resources Management Consultant
- Fund Raiser
- Community Welfare Worker
- Administrative Assistant
|Math Applications for Management (3)
College Algebra (3)
|Personal Finance (2)
Business in a Digital World (3)
|CS||140||Integrated Software Applications (3)|
|Acct||201||Principles of Accounting I (3)|
|Econ||201||Principles of Microeconomics (3)|
|Acct||202||Principles of Accounting II (3)|
|Econ||202||Principles of Macroeconomics (3)|
|Busn||315||Business Law I (3)|
|Busn||321||Business Management (3)|
|Busn||351||Financial Management (3)|
|Acct||355||Income Tax Account I(3)|
|Busn||370||Production/Operations Management (3)|
|Busn||455||Strategic Management (3)|
|Plus a liberal arts major or minor in Studio Art, Art History, Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Christian Ministry, Communication, English, French, German, History, International Studies, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Spanish or Theatre|
Total Semester Credits Required: 57 or more