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Business Administration

Business Administration

Prepare for your future through Erskine’s Business Administration major. You will gain a strong foundation of knowledge, skills, and ethics, along with hands-on application of business principles. You will also learn effective communication skills and develop confidence in organization, business writing, and presentation.

Graduates from our business program have gone on to careers in marketing, civil service, auditing, graphic design, event management, banking, and insurance. A business degree focuses on applying business concepts across industries, so you will be prepared for a wide range of careers.

Degree Details

You can choose between two concentrations within the Business Administration major: Business or Accounting. In addition to the major, the department offers minors in Business Administration and Health Care Management.

Your business classes will equip you for your career through studies in economics, management theory, social media and marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting, and business finance. You can also customize your degree path by focusing your studies on areas of business that interest you. If you decide to concentrate in accounting, you will take seven to nine courses to prepare for the CPA exam. A business degree will also be the foundation for graduate school if you wish to continue your education.

In addition to the major, the department offers minors in Business Administration and Health Care Management.

Jack Abraham

Assistant Professor of Business Administration
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Tracy McCurry

Assistant Professor of Business Administration
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Kara Harris McAlister

Instructor of Accounting
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