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Where Are You Going ? We hope your answer is "to the AACSB-accredited business school at SUNY Oneonta." The School of Economics and Business traces its beginning to 1970 as an Economics Department that began to offer a business program. Three academic majors are offered: Business Economics, Professional Accounting, and Economics. The Professional Accounting major is a 150-hour program registered with the New York State Education Department as meeting CPA curriculum requirements. Today the School houses two academic departments: the Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting and the Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems.

The School of Economics and Business is recognized for the excellence of its undergraduate business, accounting, and economics programs among those offered by public and private four-year comprehensive colleges in New York State and the region. Many of the most successful alumni of SUNY Oneonta graduated with a major from the School of Business and Economics. From corporate executives to accounting practitioners to economic forecasters to not-for-profit managers to academicians and even an astronaut (Ronald Garan), they attest to the caliber of their academic preparation and provide a conduit to current students for internships and career placement.

Get to where you want to go by choosing programs designed for students to acquire the general knowledge that will prepare them for positions in the fields of business, economics, or accounting, or for graduate study. Become part of the learning environment of small classes, accessible faculty, teamwork, and simulations in technology-enhanced classrooms. The School faculty is highly qualified and ready to apply its blend of academic credentials and professional background to a transformational college experience. Get started by perusing this website or contacting the School of Economics and Business.

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  • Students Present Investment Report to College Foundation Board
    Thu, 17 Apr 2014
    Students in portfolio management class (FINC 333) presented their investment research report in front of the Board of the SUNY Oneonta College Foundation on April 17,2014. Students provided both qualitative and quantitative analysis and made investment recommendations. Students are: Aldana Angelica Coleman Michael DeMarco Cristina Malik Naraiman Rehm Trevor Christopher Rollo Ariel Rosero Daniel Worden

  • Hua Zhong Presents at MWDSI 2014 Annual Conference in Chicago
    Wed, 16 Apr 2014
    Hua Zhong, Associate Professor of Management in the School of Economics & Business presented a research paper at the Middle West Decision Sciences Institute (MWDSI) 2014 Annual Conference held in Chicago, IL from April 11-13, 2014. His paper, titled “On the Integrated Production and Distribution Problem with Vessel Assignment and Time Window”, studies a problem [...]

  • Student Athletes Inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma
    Thu, 10 Apr 2014
    Four students from the School of Economics and Business were included in this year’s class of Chi Alpha Sigma, a national honor society recognizing student athletes. Inductees must have achieved junior or senior standing with at least a 3.4 GPA while completing at least two years as a varsity athlete in an NCAA intercollegiate sport. [...]

  • BETA GAMMA SIGMA: Top Business Students Invited to Join International Honor Society
    Tue, 08 Apr 2014
    Only the best business students in the world, and the professionals who earned the distinction of “the Best in Business” during their academic careers, can claim membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. The SUNY Oneonta Chapter congratulates the 24 students who have earned and accepted invitations in fall 2013 and spring 2014 semesters. They join an [...]

  • SEB Students Participate in Student Research & Creative Activity Day
    Thu, 03 Apr 2014
    Several students from the School of Economics and Business participated in the 2014 SRCA Day, which took place on March 26 in Hunt Union. Full summaries of all student projects as well as information on the keynote speaker, Chuck Bogosta ’80, can be found in the official program: Angelica Aldana The Effects of Immigration [...]

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