The highly-regarded undergraduate programs at the Peter T. Paul College prepare students for careers in Business, Economics, and Hospitality Management. In addition to the information provided here, the Undergraduate Programs Office is the center for academic advising for Business School majors.
BS in Business Administration
In the Bachelor of Science Program in Business Administration, students develop an impressive portfolio of marketable skills—as generalists who want broad exposure to management, or as budding entrepreneurs, marketers, systems analysts, or accountants.
- Entrepreneurial Studies
- Information Systems Management
- International Business & Economics
BA in Economics
The Bachelor of Arts in Economics degree program is designed to offer students maximum flexibility in designing a program of study. Students may choose their electives or an option in one of the following areas:
BS in Economics
The Bachelor of Science Program in Economics differs from the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in that it requires more quantitative and data analysis courses but does not require a foreign language. It provides more structure and direction than the BA degree and is professionally focused.
BS in Hospitality Management
In the Bachelor of Science Program in Hospitality Management Program students develop the same portfolio of business skills as do students in the BS in Business Administration Program. They then build on those skills to round out their knowledge in specific areas related to the hospitality industry.