Business Administration and Accounting (BAAC) Department Overview
The Department of Business Administration and Accounting prepares students for employment in a range of for profit and not-for-profit settings from Wall Street to Main Street or for graduate study. Our innovative team based classroom experiences, off-campus study options, and internship opportunities provide sophisticated learning opportunities in the business sub-fields of organizational behavior, marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, accounting, and strategy among others. Further, our curriculum explicitly incorporates entrepreneurship and innovation and draws upon the liberal arts tradition to build strong skills in writing, oral presentation, critical reasoning, and cultural awareness that collectively nurture an innovative entrepreneurial spirit and enhance success over a lifetime.
Why business majors need a liberal arts education…
Exciting Student Outcomes
Hartwick BAAC majors and minors successfully link the classroom to the world both before and after graduation. Internships in the U.S. and abroad pave the way for personally and professionally gratifying graduate study and employment.
Sam Clark ’16
Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology
Juiz de Flora, Brazil
Brandy Dijette-Pierce ’16
Amanda Robinson ’16
SUNY Politechnic Institute
Cody DiBernardis ’15
Ernst & Young,
Glenn Gavin ’16
Fust, Charles, Chambers LLP
Addison Muller ’16
The Department of Business and Accounting offers three majors (Business Administration, CPA Accounting, General Accounting) and three minors (Business, Finance, Accounting). Considering one of these? See what it takes.
Business, Accounting, Finance Majors and Minors
Accounting, Business Administration and Finance Courses
Courses in the Business Administration and Accounting Department focus on experiential learning, teamwork, and real world application.
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Hartwick Business, Accounting and Finance students have opportunities to engage in real world experiences throughout their course of study, whether it be a short term marketing project with cutting edge global companies as part of the Social Media and Marketing course, an on campus project with the first of its kind Hartwick College Center for Craft Food and Beverage, a year-long cooperative course experience in brand launch and management with alumnus Doug Stone, a summer placement with a cutting edge start-up or venture capital firms in San Francisco as part of the Simon-Baker Fellowship Program, or an internship with a prestigious Wall Street firm. These experiences pave the way for graduate study or employment in the U.S. or abroad.
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Business Administration and Accounting faculty bring technical expertise, real world experience, and a passion for teaching and learning to the classroom and beyond.
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