Economics, Business, and Accounting
The programs within the PURI School of Business help students develop both a sense of the history of their own discipline and of its relation to the other social sciences.
- Accounting, CPA Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Business Administration, General Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Business Administration, Finance Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Business Administration, Management Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Business Administration, Marketing Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Economics (B.A., B.S.) — concentrations in Finance, International Economics, Public Policy
Health Care Administration
Our educator licensure programs are firmly rooted in the liberal arts to provide a broad range of knowledge and practical experiences that help our students prepare for their careers.
The Kinesiology department offers programs of study focused on the art and science of human movement and sport.
Physical Education (B.A., B.S.) – tracks in Coaching, Exercise Science, Health Education, Sport Management, and Teaching
The College of Social Sciences, Commerce and Education (SSCE) has a diverse range of majors in the departments of economics, business and accounting (housed in the PURI School of Business); education; kinesiology; and sociology. We also offer a degree in Social Science, which may be a desirable alternative to one of the departmental programs, especially for those students who plan careers in secondary teaching, social work, governmental administration or foreign commerce. Through the liberal arts tradition, students will develop broad-based critical-thinking and problem-solving skills which are of lasting significance and apply to an extended range of current and future careers. Students will also develop the specific skills that they need to progress in their chosen career along with the opportunity to apply those skills through service learning opportunities, clinical experiences, internships, and research projects.
Our faculty members bring experience in their respective fields as well as a deep knowledge of their field of study to the classroom. Although active in research and community service, their primary focus is teaching and providing a customized path for students to accomplish their career goals and flourish as an intellectually curious citizen.