School of Business and Economics (SOBE)

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

The SOBE Difference

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  • Strong sense of belonging
  • Small student-centered classes
  • Be a name, not a number
  • Active student clubs and organizations

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  • 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 collaborative research opportunities
  • Strong academic support provided

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  • Alumni networking opportunities
  • Leadership development via experiential internships
  • International Exchange programs
  • Career development opportunities

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"Taking Care of Business"

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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


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%