Students majoring in Business can expect:
An approach to business education that addresses depth (through specialties such as accounting, marketing, management, and finance) as well as breadth (through a foundation anchored in the liberal arts).
A focus on putting the critical thinking skills developed through the liberal arts into action -- in the form of many experiential opportunities, such as internships, off-campus and study-abroad experiences, and others.
An exploration into entrepreneurial thinking in and out of the classroom -- through case analyses, simulations, business plan development, and even the actual launching of ventures.
For more details, please see our page on Required Courses for the Business major.
Omicron Delta Epsilon - This honorary organization recognizes scholastic attainment and outstanding achievements in economics.
Economics and Management Investment Club - Students manage an investment portfolio, buying and selling real stocks. Profits are used to fund a scholarship for E&M majors. Investment Club members take an annual trip to Chicago to meet Albion alumni working in finance.
Delta Sigma Pi - Albion's chapter of this co-ed business fraternity does volunteer work and provides networking opportunities.
The Career and Internship Center (CIC) is committed to assisting students plan for and move into their future. The staff is dedicated to helping students through the maze of information available, no matter which career path is chosen. The CIC staff works closely with faculty mentors and the College's institutes and centers to help students prepare for the next step.
We welcome your questions about economics and management study at Albion College. Please contact the Department of Economics and Management.