The most popular undergraduate major at Saint Mary's College is Business.
Built upon the Lasallian, Catholic and Liberal Arts traditions of Saint Mary's College, the School of Economics and Business Administration strives to develop business and community leaders with global and responsible perspectives. We prepare our graduates to be professionally skilled, culturally aware, socially responsible and ethically principled. As teachers, scholars and mentors, we offer students a rigorous, innovative and diverse learning experience by leveraging on our practice-relevant, pedagogical and discipline-based research.
Our programs prepare students for challenging and interesting careers, in the context of the fine liberal arts education provided to all students at Saint Mary’s College of California. Essential to both professional and liberal education are strong interpersonal capabilities, including oral and written communications, and the confidence and ability to address both technical and human dimensions of organizational life. In keeping with the College’s Catholic and Lasallian Christian Brother’s heritage, integrity and ethical consciousness are emphasized.
The School of Economics and Business Administration offers distinguished undergraduate degree programs in Accounting, Economics and Business Administration. The School confers the following degrees: the Bachelor of Science in Accounting, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and the choice of a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Economics. Our Business Administration majors have an opportunity to choose a concentration in any of the following areas: Marketing, Finance, Global Business and Entrepreneurship. In addition, Business Administration majors can also choose an interdisciplinary concentration called Digital Media.
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