The first accounting program in New England to receive separate national accreditation by the AACSB, the international association for management education. Accreditation is awarded on the basis of meeting or exceeding quality standards on curriculum, faculty, administration, degree requirements, library and computer facilities, financial resources, and intellectual climate.
The Department of Finance provides students with the knowledge and skills required in a wide range of finance-related fields such as: corporate or business finance, financial management in government and not-for-profit organizations, financial planning, investments, banking, insurance, real estate, public accounting, and health systems.
• Real Estate
• Healthcare Management
Managers in the twenty-first century continue to face an increasingly complex environment requiring the management of change and innovation in a globally competitive arena. In this context, the Management Department - by creating knowledge that significantly influences managerial ideas and practices - educates present and future leaders to strengthen Connecticut's businesses, the New England region, and our nation's global leadership.
Marketing is an exciting and dynamic field that focuses on linking producers and consumers in mutually beneficial exchanges. Without marketing and sales most other business functions would be unnecessary. Marketing majors learn to develop marketing strategies and implement marketing programs through the application of a wide range of concepts and analytical tools.
• Business Law
The Department of OPIM at the University of Connecticut is a combination of Operations Management and Management Information Systems. It offers concepts and models of operations research, including problem definition and modeling along with information systems topics including project management concepts, hardware and software technology.
• Management & Engineering for Manufacturing
• Management Information Systems