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California State University, Channel Islands
Business B.S.

The Business and Economics Program has a liberal arts and Interdisciplinary focus. It is built on the three Cs: critical thinking, cooperation (working with others), and communication (oral and written English). Students learn the fundamental principles of accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management, and marketing as applied in a variety of organizational settings. A distinguishing aspect of the Business and Economics Program is the requirement to take courses developed in conjunction with disciplines outside the traditional business curriculum. Examples include courses with Chemistry, Economics, English, Fine Arts, History and Performing Arts. In addition, a Capstone Course will provide students with the opportunity to integrate their knowledge through a Global Strategy Simulation exercise. To provide an integrative and cross disciplinary experience in a relevant business area, students are required to select one of five options: Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Business, Management, and Marketing. All options draw on upper division courses from accounting, economics, management, and marketing to offer an in-depth perspective into two critical areas of business. We anticipate enhancing the curriculum with additional choices as the program grows.

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