Programs and experiences we offer
In addition to student organizations and societies, students can choose from a wide variety of business programs.
A certificate program can be a great stepping stone and introduction into a degree program.
- Business Analytics
- Digital Marketing for Real Estate
- Human Resources Analytics
- Human Resource Management
- Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management
- Marketing Analytics
- Organizational Leadership
- Organizational Leadership: Communication
- Organizational Leadership: Fiscal and Analytical
- Real Estate Leadership
- Real Estate Negotiation
- Sports Analytics
- Supply Chain Analytics
- Supply Chain Management: Logistics and Transportation
- Supply Chain Management: Procurement and Sourcing
Business Student Organizations
The Business School offers a variety of ways to lead, learn and participate in business clubs and organizations including Collegiate DECA, CCAMA (Marketing), Enactus (Entrepreneurship), Sigma Beta Delta (SBD Honor Society) and other opportunities. The Steven and Barbara Fishman Center for Entrepreneurship offers experiential learning, internships, startup mentoring and an annual Pitch Competition.
Inspired as a business student, Walters ’12 achieved his goal of running his own business.
“My junior year, I took an entrepreneurial class. The teacher talked about different ways to start a business, and it was like a light bulb went on. It was a huge influence on me.”— Jesse Walters ’12 - Owner of Camacho Coffee
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Robert W. Plaster School of Business Advisory Council
In order to ensure our business curriculum and programs are relevant and meet the needs of employers and the community, the Business School engages a Business Advisory Council, which meets to discuss key changes in the field of business. The Council comprises key members including chief executives, managers and small business owners.