The Isenberg academic experience prepares our graduates to arrive in the job market with the skills and experience necessary to excel in their professions. There are seven majors within the Isenberg School of Management.
Accounting prepares students to perform a broad range of accounting, auditing, tax and consulting activities to steer employers and clients in a sound financial direction. Our nationally accredited program assures students a quality education.
Finance combines rigorous coursework with critical analysis of international financial institutions. Students take courses in corporate finance, investments, international finance, and financial modeling.
Hospitality & Tourism Management helps students translate their love of food, travel and people into management careers as experts and entrepreneurs in the restaurant, hotel and entertainment industry. The major builds skills management, marketing, and operations positions in the expanding hospitality industry.
Management equips students with the creative problem-solving skills necessary to deftly maneuver through any business scenario. Students leave the program versed in the principles of organization, analysis and dynamic leadership for strategically building and running effective, evolving businesses.
Marketing combines practical analysis and compelling storytelling to develop, promote, brand and sell everything from products to points-of-view. The major delves into both traditional and cutting-edge marketing and communications techniques, and spans different industries, from small local businesses to global corporations.
Operations & Information Management students receive a state-of-the-art education and experiential training that positions them for highly successful careers in two areas of corporate specialization, supply chain management and information systems, as well as powerful combinations of these two fields.
Sport Management, offered through the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management, employs a cutting-edge, experience-based curriculum that prepares students to be leaders in the spectator sport industry.