In the David Eccles School of Business, the classroom is more than a place of teaching and learning; it’s a place of doing. Our world-class faculty channel their business backgrounds and industry-leading research to infuse an entrepreneurial spirit in each student they teach. Our emphasis on multidisciplinary collaboration provides students with the perfect environment to build their strengths.
The Eccles School offers eight majors and two minors, all of which build upon a common set of core courses. These courses arm students with essential and necessary skills in all business disciplines: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, information systems, management, marketing and operations. Then, our specialized major courses provide the in-depth knowledge students need to succeed in a particular industry.
Come to the Eccles School and chart your course for the future.
Choose from eight undergraduate majors to meet your career goals and aspirations, or check out our undergraduate minors below.
Engage in financial management, business-transaction tracking and merger-and-acquisition tracking to adapt to a constantly evolving field.
Focus on the fundamental disciplines of business: Accounting, Finance, Management, and Operations Management/Information Systems.
Prepare to follow trends, identify emerging opportunities, and pursue those possibilities.
Examine how the concepts of time, money, and risk are interrelated, as well as how money is budgeted and spent.
Acquire the tools and training necessary to help organizations leverage technology to solve business problems, innovate and create new products, and achieve their strategic objectives.
Learn to understand organizational culture, adapt to or inspire change, and facilitate the accomplishment of organizational goals.
Learn to understand market research, consumer behavior, advertising, and international marketing, as well how to build brands that people want.
Obtain a solid understanding of business principles and learn how to be a manager. The curriculum emphasizes analytical thinking, communication skills and professionalism.
Available for non-business students only.
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