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School of Business

 

B.S. in Business Studies with Concentration in Accounting (Updated Curriculum) 

The Accounting concentration prepares graduates for successful careers in public, corporate or government/not for profit accounting positions.  Skills and knowledge necessary for achieving certified public accounting (CPA) licensure are integrated into the Accounting curriculum, allowing students to qualify for the uniform CPA examination upon graduation.

 

Sub-Track Coordinator: 

Marilyn Vito

Associate Professor of Accounting

Office: G118

Phone: 609-652-4273

Email: Marilyn.Vito@Stockton.edu 

 

 

B.S. in Business Studies with Concentration in Finance

The Finance concentration prepares graduates for career opportunities in corporate finance, banking, financial planning, financial and investment analysis and real estate.

 

Sub-Track Coordinator:

Michael Busler

Professor of Finance

Office: G125

Phone: 609-626-6878

Email: Michael.Busler@Stockton.edu 

 

 

B.S. in Business Studies with Concentration in Financial Planning

The Financial Planning concentration prepares students to enter the financial planning and advising field. Students who complete the financial planning concentration are prepared to become investment advisors with knowledge in investment decision making, retirement planning, estate planning, insurance and taxation and will be eligible to take the CFP exam.

Sub-Track Coordinator:
Michael Busler
Professor of Finance
Office: G125
Phone: 609-626-6878
Email: Michael.Busler@Stockton.edu

 

B.S. in Business Studies with Concentration in Management

Management concentration in Business Studies enables students to build broad skills and knowledge for successfully running a business.  On top of general business knowledge and skills in marketing, finance, and accounting, this track instructs management theories and practice in strategic planning, organizational thinking, business professionalism, inter-personal communication, leadership, human resource, information system, e-business, and problem solving / decision making, to prepare the graduate for a career in the dynamic world of business.

 

Sub-Track Coordinator:

Ellen Kraft
Associate Professor of Management

Office: G126
Phone: 609-626-3549
Email: Ellen.Kraft@Stockton.edu 

 

B.S. in Business Studies with Concentration in Marketing

The Marketing function is vital to the long-term viability of any business organization.  In a global society, marketing is the interface between customers at all levels and providers of goods and / or services.  The Marketing track is designed to provide students with the necessary theoretical constructs and current applications of that theory.  It prepares graduates for entry-level positions in the profession and for graduate study.

Sub-Track Coordinator:
Jennifer Barr
Professor of Marketing
Office: G117
Phone: 609-652-4278
Email: Jennifer.Barr@Stockton.edu

 

B.A. in Business Studies

For those desiring a broader perspective and less specialization, the B.A. degree offers greater breadth in the liberal arts, while still providing the critical mass of business knowledge for entrepreneurs and entry level managers in business. 

Program Coordinator:
Marilyn Vito
Associate Professor
Office: G118
Phone: 609-652-4273
Email: Marilyn.Vito@Stockton.edu

 

Accelerated Dual-Degree Program for Stockton Business Majors

Complete your undergraduate degree and an MBA degree in about 5 years. 

Click here for a program overview and a possible suggested plan.

Click the link below and choose the “Business Administration SMART form” to enroll in the Dual-Degree Program

http://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/page.cfm?siteID=73&pageID=304

 

 


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