Undergraduate Programs

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The Brock School of Business Offers majors in accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, management, and marketing, each leading to a bachelor of science in business administration (B.S.B.A.) degree. Any of the above majors may be combined with the concentration in social entrepreneurship. For University Fellows students pursuing a major in business, the Brock Scholars major is available to those who meet the selection criteria. For students whose primary focus is not business, a bachelor of arts (B.A.) in economics is also available.

The business school also offers a special joint degree, leading to a B.S.B.A. in accounting initially, but ultimately to a master of accountancy.

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Minors are offered in economics, general business, marketing, and social entrepreneurship and non-profit management.
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Concentrations are offered in social entrepreneurship and sports marketing.
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Enrolled Students

Helpful information for current students.
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Professional Development

The Brock School of Business Professional Development Course is a series of activities and events scheduled throughout the academic year that focuses on building career skills.
About the Professional Development course
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Brock Scholars

The Brock Scholars Program is an imaginative, demanding, and competitive program of study designed for University Fellows who desire to major in business.
About the Program