School of Accounting
Accounting is the is the international language of business and a degree will provide students with the education needed to succeed in every aspect of the business world. The primary purpose of the School of Accounting is to prepare students for professional careers in public accounting, corporate accounting, nonprofit entities, and other organizations.
Business Information Systems
Information Systems (IS) is the study of how organizations use people, processes, and technology to effectively manage information.
Economics is the study of how societies satisfy their many material wants and needs. An understanding of economic topics such as supply and demand, consumption of goods and services, inflation and recession, is important to individuals and groups of people who are responsible for making decisions about resources.
The Entrepreneurship program at CMU combines academic core content with strong entrepreneurial learning. It focuses on the characteristics of Entrepreneurship, the tools necessary to start a business, to run a business, and to work as an Intrapreneur within a business.
Finance and Law
Finance is the study of money management, the acquiring of funds (cash) and the directing of these funds to meet particular objectives.
Management is decision making with respect to the allocation of an organization's resources toward the achievement of specific objectives.
Marketing and Hospitality
The study of marketing prepares you for a diverse number of career areas including marketing manager, marketing researcher, sales executive, retail manager, promotion manager, advertising executive or logistics manager.