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.
- Philip Sirianni Publishes Research Article
Thu, 06 Mar 2014
Dr. Philip Sirianni (Department of Economics, Finance, and Accounting) has published a new article in the peer-reviewed journal Contemporary Economic Policy titled “Do Actions Speak As Loud As Words? Commitments to ‘Going Green’ on Campus”. The article, co-authored with Dr. Michael O’Hara (Colgate University), examines the emissions of signatories to the American College and University [...]
- SUNY Oneonta Among 25 Best Value Colleges
Wed, 05 Mar 2014
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has named SUNY Oneonta to its 2014 list of “25 Best College Values Under $30,000 a Year.” The 2014 rankings, released March 3, recognize four-year schools across the country that deliver academic quality and affordability. SUNY Oneonta sits at No. 19 on the list. “This is good news not just for [...]
- Barbara Durkin Participates in Workshop on Risk Management in Law Practices
Sun, 02 Mar 2014
Barbara J. Durkin, Assistant Professor of Management, attended the New York State Bar Association annual meeting in New York on January 29-31, 2014. As a member of its Committee on Law Practice Management, she contributed to the workshop, “Risk Management 360 – Is Your Practice at Risk?” She discussed management’s roles and responsibilities in law [...]
- Izabella Lokshina & Wade Thomas Publish Research Paper in International Journal
Wed, 26 Feb 2014
Dr. Izabella Lokshina, Professor of MIS and chair of MMI published a research paper co-authored by Dr. Wade Thomas, Professor of Economics and Interim Associate Provost entitled “Analysis of Design Requirements for Electronic Tags from a Business Perspective” in the International Journal of Mobile Network Design and Innovation, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp.119–128. The International Journal of Mobile Network Design and [...]
- Jessica Silsbe Attends BGS Student Leadership Forum
Wed, 26 Feb 2014
Jessica Silsbe (Class of 2014) is a member of the SUNY Oneonta Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma and was selected by the officers to be the first member to represent the Chapter at the Student Leadership Forum which was held February 6-9 in San Antonio, Texas. The Forum brings together student members from colleges and [...]