Isenberg finance majors master the latest analytical and decision making skills in investing, borrowing, managing capital, and optimizing returns. They pursue curricular specialties in alternative investments, corporate finance, financial analysis, and financial risk management.
Hospitality & Tourism Management is a multi-disciplinary field of study that prepares students with the expertise, commitment, and skills for management, marketing, and operations positions in the expanding industry of hospitality.
The fundamental objective of any firm is to market its products or services profitably. Students of marketing seek to understand how to sell a product or point-of-view by tapping into society’s best narratives. They’re also practical analyzers who rely on data to tell them what’s trending.
The study of sport management consists of three major segments: theoretical perspectives of sociology and history of sport, foundations of business and management, and the application of management theory to the specifics of the sports industry. These areas include sport marketing and public relations, sport law, sport economics, financial and business operations for sport organizations, the management of events, media relations, broadcasting, and collegiate athletics.
Operations and Information Management is for problem-solvers who love to learn about how business processes can be better managed and enhanced for greater efficiency. The department faculty teach the courses that comprise the BBA in Operations & Information Management, courses in our MBA programs and the PhD track in Management Science.