Stetson University's business administration is interdepartmental and covers a wide range of areas, including statistics, information technology, finance, management, accounting, business ethics, marketing business communication and strategic management.
Why Business Administration at Stetson University?
As the market grows and new technologies develop, the business world is in need of entrepreneurial-spirited newcomers who are ready to innovate and transform the field.
In our business administration program, students are provided with a broad range of experience-based academic opportunities designed to create a foundation for a successful career. They can further prepare generally for business, governmental activity, pre-law and graduate studies.
Not only will a business administration major prepare students for today's workforce, but our faculty provide the skills needed to anticipate change and design innovative approaches to emerging opportunities.
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"The biggest benefit for me attending Stetson was that sense of community, that sense of belonging, that sense of camaraderie. Stetson's small enough where you can definitely talk with your professors, and they know you on a first-name basis and develop a relationship."
Joshua Finkelstein '22 Business Administration
"The business administration program, and especially the faculty at Stetson, taught me a broad range of opportunities that set the foundation of my career. The skills I acquired allowed me the confidence to step in and immediately assist clients in their tax and estate planning."
Gage Kasbeer '17 Business Administration
By combining liberal arts education and experiential learning opportunities, Stetson’s business programs prepare students for the business world beyond the walls of the Lynn Business Center. According to published reports, there are more than 3 million job posting each year for candidates with a business degree, and there are nearly 30 career options. Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates job growth in business and financial operations is projected to be 8% through 2030.
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- Fred Augustine, PhD, Florida State University
- Jim Beasley, PhD, Tufts University
- Jon Carrick, PhD, University of Glasgow
- Randall Croom, PhD, University of Florida
- John Rasp, PhD, Florida State University
- Ram Subramanian, PhD, University of North Texas
- Betty Thorne, PhD, Indiana University
- John Tichenor, PhD, Florida State University
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