Business Degrees

The Lombardo College of Business offers the following Bachelor of Science degrees


Accounting is your path to challenging and rewarding careers in industry, public accounting, or not-for-profit and public sector organizations.

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Finance offers a variety of courses including corporate and international finance, financial markets, spreadsheets modeling and investments.

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General Business

General Business is a great fit for students who wish to pursue a highly specialized area of study that is a blend of any of our high-level courses or for students who wish to complete their degree in the most flexible manner.

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Management affects nearly every discipline. Management courses are a critical part of the core curriculum for all business majors.

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The goal of the Marketing degree is to develop students who understand the different functional areas of business with a particular focus on Marketing.

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Online Degree Completion Programs

We offer the following online business programs

Online B.S. General Business Administration

Through our innovative degree completion program, you can take the Associate’s degree or college credits you’ve already earned and add our online business courses to them.

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Online Business Certificate in Marketing

The undergraduate Certificate in Marketing is also for non-business majors who want marketing skills, but want to focus on the non-quantitative areas of marketing such as advertising, consumer behavior, retail marketing, and sales or for those who...

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Concentration and Electives

We offer a B.S. with international concentration and business electives.

International Business

International Business will help you cultivate a cross-cultural perspective that is essential for success in our interconnected world.

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Business Electives

All business courses count as departmental electives for our business majors, but you cannot double-count them in your curriculum.

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