Business and Computer Science
Caldwell University’s School of Business and Computer Science offers outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs in business and technology. Our faculty are experienced teachers and scholars who have extensive backgrounds in business and bring practical insights and skills into the classroom.
Since our programs are geared toward both the technical and soft skills of business, we produce well-rounded students who can meet the demanding needs of today’s competitive corporate and nonprofit environments.
Networking, Internships, and Careers
We pride ourselves on our connection to the business community, which results in excellent internships, job and networking opportunities from interactions with guest speakers and mentors. Caldwell business graduates are employed by a variety of major corporations such as:
- Citi Bank
- Goldman Sachs
Majors and Minors
- B.S. in Accounting*
- B.S. in Business Administration* (Online and On-Campus)
- B.S. in Computer Information Systems
- B.S. in Computer Science
- B.S in Esports Management
- B.S. in Financial Economics*
- B.S. in Healthcare Administration*
- B.S. in Marketing*
- B.S. in Sport Management*
- Business Administration (Non-Business Majors Only)*
- Computer Information Systems
- Computer Science
- Esports Management
- Global Business*
- Healthcare Administration*
- Human Resource Management*
- Management Information Systems*
- Organizational Leadership
- Small Business and Entrepreneurship*
- Sport Management*
- Supply Chain Management
The mission of the Caldwell University School of Business and Computer Science is to:
- design programs and curricula that are current, timely, and responsive to the dynamic business environment.
- educate proactive leaders and versatile individuals who can solve current and anticipated challenges.
- encourage ethical business practices, sustainability, and moral values.
- develop our students’ technical skills so they prevail in current business and organizational environments.
- build a mutually beneficial relationship with the local business community.
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