Through small classes that emphasize the practical application of business concepts and principles, you will be well prepared to enter a business environment – increasing your job opportunities and earning potential.
If using numbers to predict a company’s future excites you, then you may be an accountant in the making. | Explore Accounting
Business leaders are expected to have a broad range of expertise. Providing a solid foundation in accounting, economics, finance, and law, with a business administration degree you will be prepared for leadership opportunities in a dynamic global marketplace. | Explore Business Administration
If you have an analytical mind, consider a degree in economics. Our graduates work as foreign exchange traders and stockbrokers, financial consultants, and investment advisers. | Explore Economics
If you are good with numbers and have an aptitude for understanding economics and statistics, finance may be the career path for you. Financial analysts focus on details while keeping an eye on the big picture. | Explore Finance
If you are good with numbers and have an aptitude for understanding economics and statistics, finance may be the career path for you. Financial analysts focus on details while keeping an eye on the big picture. | Explore International Business
If you’re a born leader, consider a career in management. The management career track offers practical training, studying leadership, entrepreneurship, human resources, and more. | Explore Management
Marketing is among the most popular career tracks. The “people” side of doing business, marketing prepares you for careers in sales or advertising. | Explore Marketing
Do you have a love of management and sports? Why not combine both interests with a career track in Sport Management. | Explore Sport Management
Have an interest in Event Planning, Entrepreneurship, Ministerial Administration, or other unique career path? At FSC, you can work with your advisor to develop a course of study that fits your career goals.
The Office of Adult & Graduate Education offers working adults the opportunity to earn their undergraduate degrees in: