Many companies now extend their reach across national and international borders, and the growing need for effective management and problem-solving skills that can easily cross borders is one that our department works to address with all of its classes. Strengthen your knowledge of business concepts and their application and practice your leadership skills with the International Business Administration major; apply economics to financial and non-financial institutions and markets with the International Finance major; learn the basics of small business management with the Entrepreneurship major; develop the fundamentals of managing local or global organizations both private and non-profit with the Management major; devote yourself to understanding business situations and designing information systems solutions with the Management Information Systems major; or explore the role of consumer relations and the impact of market dynamics with the Marketing major. No matter what you choose, our programs will help you thrive in today’s globalized business and financial environment.

Faculty

  • Suzanne Bodevin

    Assistant Professor

  • Diane Bonneau

    Professor, Department Chair

  • Albert Cath

    Lecturer

  • Robert Earhart

    Associate Professor, Program Director Master of Science of International Management

  • Fred Einbinder

    Associate Professor

  • Gail Hamilton

    Assistant Professor

  • Neil Kearney

    Senior Lecturer

  • Stephane Malo

    Associate Professor

  • Evelyn Odonkor

    Assistant Professor

  • Rene Ryman

    Assistant Professor

  • Meaghan Scott

    Lecturer

  • James Noel Ward

    Assistant Professor

  • Kate-yue Zhang

    Assistant Professor