A brief synopsis of the current Marketing and Economics department.
The Department of Marketing and Economics offers undergraduate degree programs that prepare students for a successful career path. The Department consists of 12 full-time faculty members with different teaching and research interests including logistics and transportation, sales management, international business, marketing research, Internet commerce, international economics, environmental economics, and public policy.
The undergraduate programs of the department include a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) with a major in Marketing and one with a major in Economics. Each program offers several specialization options. In marketing students can select from comprehensive marketing, e-commerce marketing, global marketing, supply chain logistics and sales management. And in economics the specialization options include comprehensive economics, economic research, and global economics.
The department also offers a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Economics (though the College of Arts and Social), a degree selected by students interested, for instance, in graduate school, in a law degree program, or in a career in the public sector as an economic analyst.
In addition, the department offers different minors in each of the two disciplines, marketing and economics, as well as a number of certificates and internship opportunities.