2014-2015 Catalog > Undergraduate Studies > Undergraduate Departments and Programs of Study > Economics and Business Administration Department
Professor: Anita Jose (M.B.A. director)
Associate Professor: Sang W. Kim (chair)
Assistant Professors: Michael Coon, David Gurzick, Erin Hinchey, Tianning Li, Jerrold Van Winter, Glenn Weaver
Instructor: Jackie Nicholson
The Department of Economics and Business Administration offers two bachelor of arts degrees, economics and business administration, plus the master of business administration.
The department offers courses and programs of study that are concerned with people in various social and organizational contexts.
Majors in economics and business administration have pursued graduate study in economics and business administration and have entered careers in business, as well as social and governmental agencies. While there are required courses in both undergraduate B.A. majors, there is flexibility in selecting elective courses. Students select concentrations of courses that focus on specific education and career interests, and may even pursue a double major when it serves their career needs.
The graduate program in business administration is designed to increase career mobility and to improve management skills for those in, or seeking to enter, management positions.
The economics and business administration faculty represent a variety of backgrounds including economic theory, economic development, environmental economics, international economics, econometrics, finance, accounting, public administration, marketing, international business, personnel, organization theory and strategic management.
Undergraduate Departments and Programs of Study
Through an integration of the liberal arts and the professions, Hood College provides an education that empowers students to use their hearts, minds and hands to meet personal, professional and global challenges and to lead purposeful lives of responsibility, leadership, service and civic engagement.
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