We offer a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics/Accounting, an Accounting Minor, and a Master in Professional Accounting.
Available programs include Management Information Systems (MIS), which centers around information and computer systems; Operations Management (OPS), which helps oversee business practices and improves them; and Manufacturing Supply Chain Management (MSCM), making production processes more efficient and more productive.
Economics is the study of the allocation of scarce resources over competing and alternative uses. The Department of Economics at Western offers the opportunity to focus your study in economics or to combine it with a number of complementary subjects.
Finance and Marketing are two of several focuses in the Business Administration major. These two distinct concentrations make up the Department of Finance and Marketing in Western's College of Business and Economics. While our department is home to two academic disciplines, each with its own faculty, we share the goal of providing a rigorous educational experience for our students that we hope will serve them well as professionals in many types of organizations or while pursuing further education.
The Department of Management offers concentrations in Management, International Business, and General Business, a major in Business & Sustainability as well as a Business Administration Minor and an International Business Minor. We also offer students the opportunity to learn about small business and new ventures through our Entrepreneurial Studies courses.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program is a rigorous, integrated graduate business program designed to prepare students for responsible leadership positions in private, public, and not-for-profit organizations, as well as in entrepreneurial ventures. The Western MBA is a high quality general business program that develops organizational leaders who integrate strong managerial skills with a solid foundation in the core business functions within a global context.