School of Business and Economics (SOBE)

Engaging students through active learning to build character and advance knowledge.

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  • Strong sense of belonging
  • Small student-centered classes
  • Be a name, not a number
  • Active clubs and organizations
  • Emphasis on real-world applications
  • Use of competitive simulations
  • Technology-intensive courses
  • Practical ethics training

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  • Be mentored by faculty
  • Meet with faculty outside of class
  • Student-faculty research opportunities
  • Strong academic support provided
  • Alumni networking opportunities
  • Leadership development
  • Experiential internships
  • International Exchange programs
  • Career development opportunities

What kind of Job Can I Get?

Some of the job titles of SOBE graduates:

  • Marketing Manager
  • Vice President, Bank Manager
  • Operations Research Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Career Center Director
  • Financial Analyst
  • Senior Accountant
  • Project Manager
  • Research Economist

Connect With SOBE

Social Media


"Taking Care of Business"

Red ChairRead Dean Joe Turek's blog on the Red Chair Blogs


Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs


Society for Human Resource Management

SOBE Performs in 2011 (Data from alumni survey)

Graduates got a JOB in less than 6 months81%
Graduates currently employed92%
Graduates satisfied with SOBE as major88%
Graduates jobs related to their major82%