John Johnsen
Acting Provost

(315) 792-3122


Graduates will:

• understand the basic concepts of business, management, and marketing, and the related disciplines of accounting, business law, economics, and finance;

• be able to apply these concepts to solve business problems and pursue business goals;

• have sufficient foundational knowledge of business and economics and related disciplines to establish themselves in careers in business or pursue graduate study in business or economics;

• have specialized expertise in the areas of human resources management, marketing, or risk management and insurance, as determined by the concentration selected;

• have effective oral and written communications skills;

• have effective skills in quantitative analysis and in the use of business-related computer programs;

• have effective skills in working with and leading teams;

• have an understanding of the functional areas of business and their interrelationship, of business strategy and planning, and of the position of business in the larger world;

• be conversant with issues of ethics and social responsibility as applied to business and economics.