School of Business

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The faculty and staff of the School of Business at Southern Connecticut State University are dedicated to building upon the strengths of a solid liberal arts foundation in serving the lifelong collegiate (bachelors and masters level) professional educational and developmental needs of our constituencies: students, alumni, professional colleagues, the University, and the business and local communities of Southern Connecticut.

The School of Business serves approximately 1,000 students, most of whom work while pursuing their education.  The School is organized into five academic departments: Accounting; Economics & Finance; Management & Management Information Systems; Marketing; and the Master of Business Administration Program.

We are committed to extending, sharing and practicing leading business, business education, management and organizational theories and practices, and to developing programs recognized by the State, the Nation and the World as stellar.

We expect to provide opportunities for academic, professional, and personal development for our constituencies, enabling each to become ethically more sensitive, culturally more tolerant, intellectually more literate and astute, and to participate in society as competent professional and knowledgeable citizens.

We are committed to graduating students who ethically apply state-of-the-art professional competencies and embrace the principles of continuous quality improvement in managing complex organizations in a dynamic global environment, and achieve superior value for their stakeholders and superior satisfaction for their employees.

The School of Business offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with specializations in Accounting, Business Economics, Finance, Management, MIS, and Marketing.  The Department of Economics and Finance also offers a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.  At the graduate level, the School offers a Master of Business Administration.  

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