Business and CIS

CHAIRED BY: BERNARD O’ROURKE, ASSOCIATE DEAN, J.D.

The division offers the following degrees:

Statement of Outcomes Assessment

Majors in Accounting, Business Administration, Financial Economics, and Marketing
In keeping with the mission and values of Caldwell University, our students will graduate with a firm grasp of business principles and practices in eleven essential business subjects (Accounting, Economics, Finance, Global Business, Legal and Social Environment of Business, Marketing, Management, Quantitative Business Analysis, Ethics, Information Systems, and Business Policy/Integrating Experience) and will be proficient in oral presentations, written communications and information technology skills. They will also be able to address real-world business problems with ethical sensitivity and well-developed critical thinking and problem solving skills.

The Kapusinski Ethical Business Strategy capstone course is an important requirement that all students must complete successfully. In addition to integrating students’ knowledge of all the business functions, this course emphasizes the ethical dimensions of business problems by giving students methodologies to assist in making strategic and ethically-grounded decisions.

Additionally, many minors are offered for both business and non-business majors.

All of the Division of Business Administration’s programs are accredited by ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs) except for the following: B.S in Computer Information Systems (both concentrations), M.S. in Accounting, minors in Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) and Computer Information Systems (C.I.S.) and all interdisciplinary minors.


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