Josh Leiling '07
> read testimonial
"You will discover your potential through hands-on experience as well as the many extracurricular activities that develop leadership skills."
At C-SC, students who major in business get a solid foundation in business principles, financial and legal issues, and business strategies before pursuing one of our 12-credit-hour specializations.
For details about the business major or business minor, see the C-SC Academic Catalog.
> Accountancy and Finance
Select 12 hours from cost management, risk management, real estate, investments, international corporate finance, or financial institutions and monetary policy.
> Corporate Leadership
Select 12 hours from legal issues, ethical decision making, fraud prevention, cost management, investments, organizational communication or other special topics.
Delve into consumer behavior, business innovation, advertising, sports marketing, graphic design, public relations, or multimedia uses in business.
> Management Information Systems
Learn about business programming, web programming, web development, intelligent systems, operations management or systems and networks.
> Organizational Management
Cap off your business courses by focusing deeper on legal issues, risk management, real estate, monetary policy, industrial psychology, operations management, advertising, management techniques or current economic trends.
Work with your advisor to tailor your specialization to achieve your unique career goals.
Students often combine a minor or a second major with business, such as psychology, sports management, criminal justice or math.
The average post-commencement job placement rate for C-SC graduates was a business degree is 96 percent. Careers pursued by recent graduates include:
Relationship manager, U.S. Bank
Assistant manager, Wells Fargo
Human resource specialist, Correctional Medical Services
Event planner, Chicago Mayor's Office
Market planning specialist, Roquette America
In addition to job shadowing and internships, students also learn through: