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Areas of Study
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Areas of Study 

Students in the Clark H. Byrum School of Business can choose to major in accounting, finance, management or marketing. In addition, students can choose to add a concentration or minor to their chosen field of study by using their electives to take courses in another discipline or focus area. Since students in all of our majors take a set of common core classes during the first two years of study, it is very easy to change majors within the business school during this time.

Regardless of major or whether a concentration/minor is pursued, all students will experience a hands-on approach to learning about business that connects values, leadership and action. First and foremost, we are focused on preparing students to be innovative, ethical leaders who can make a difference in whatever industry or area of business they choose to enter.

 

Majors 

The major is a field of study requiring at least 30 credit hours.  Below are the majors offered in the School of Business.  Click on each major area of study for the exact credit hours and courses required.

Accounting

Finance

Management

Marketing


Minors and Concentrations

Students may elect to complete a minor in a specific area to supplement their area of major study, either within or outside of the School of Business.  Minor requirements range from 18 – 24 credits.  Click on the link to view the number of credit hours and courses required to earn the minor.

Accounting
Business

Business Administration
Business Creation and Development
Business in Healthcare
Business Technology
Finance
Motorsports Management

A concentration is a focused course of study requiring 12 – 22 credits of guided electives.  Most of the concentrations in the School of Business require an additional 12 credit hours of study beyond the requirements for the Bachelor’s degree in a business area.  Click on the link to view the number of credit hours and courses required to earn the concentration.

Business Creation and Development
Human Resource Management
Motorsports Management
Non-Profit Management
Sport Marketing