The Business Administration major is suited for students who have career goals involving various aspects of management, marketing, or finance. Whether students seek careers after graduation in a Fortune 500 company or an entrepreneurial start-up, they will be presented with both the theoretical and practical applications of business concepts.
The broad academic curriculum and the highly interactive co-curriculum of student organizations and internships are infused with the core values of Wilmington College. Within the Business Administration major, students select a track for their concentration where they may choose either Banking, Finance, Management or Marketing.
Whether garnering a major or minor in the Business Administration area, students are prepared for a life of success in a wide variety of careers in large to small corporations, family enterprises, nonprofit organizations, or their own entrepreneurial ventures.
The Banking Concentration prepares students for a wide variety of positions in the industry and develops expertise in the core business concepts while including a focus on industry-specific issues.
Accounting concerns the collection, processing, and reporting of information about the financial performance of economic organizations.
A dual major in Business Administration and Accounting includes a common core set of classes.
Economics is a social science which studies particular aspects of human society such as consumption, production, and exchange.