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Majors

Each student in the Whitman School is required to complete one major field of study. Choosing your major is an important decision. To learn about a particular field that may interest you, take the initiative to research the opportunities available to you.

Accounting

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The major in accounting provides students with the academic training and experience needed to become professional accountants. Job opportunities include careers in public accounting, business and industry, not-for-profit organizations, and government.

Business Analytics

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The major in business analytics gives students the opportunity to become well versed in all facets and business applications of data and analytics.

Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises

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Whitman's nationally ranked entrepreneurship program is shaping 21st century managers to meet, head-on, the challenges and opportunities of rapidly growing local, regional, and global markets.

Finance

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A solid finance background is integral to decision making in all areas and levels of management. Finance majors can anticipate a dynamic and exciting discipline with a unique blend of theory and practical applications.

Management

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Courses in personnel and organizational behavior, along with strategic management and law, will prepare you to guide organizations and the people within them.

Marketing Management

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Our marketing graduates are prepared for broad and promising career options, including advertising and promotion, consulting, new product development, product and brand management, retailing and wholesaling.

Real Estate

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To excel in the increasingly competitive landscape of the real estate industry, you need an understanding of real estate fundamentals, and the ability to critically examine real estate financial information from diverse and conflicting sources in challenging commercial environments.

Retail Management

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Today's global marketplace demands skilled managers and leaders. The retail management program provides the basis of theoretical and practical knowledge that you need to succeed in a career as a buyer, store manager, apparel product developer, and sales and marketing representative.

Supply Chain Management

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Understanding supply chain management is an asset to any manager, and there is a strong demand for specialists who can comprehend and manage the entire procurement, manufacturing, and distribution chain. Building on long established strengths, the undergraduate major offers a solid grounding in this fast-evolving specialty.

Multiple Majors

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Each student in the Whitman School is required to complete one major field of study. But if you're interested in multiple majors, we've got you covered.