Prospective Students

 
 
 

Admissions Data:

 

 

2009     

2010  

2011   

2012 

2013

High School Average

Accounting  

 

90.4

89.8 

91.0 

91.0 

91.8

Business Economics 

 

89.8 

90.5

90.1 

90.5 

90.6

Economics  

 

-

88.6 

90.9   

90.7

90.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Average SAT scores

Accounting  

 

1133

1102   

1120 

1137  

1154

Business Economics 

 

1125 

1111

1111

1135

1122

Economics  

 

-

1120

1124

1181

1148

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Undergraduate Degrees Awarded and Headcount Enrollment:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Degrees Awarded 

Headcount Enrollment

 

2012-13 

Fall 2013

Accounting  

11

165

Business Economics 

84

479

Economics  

4

22

 

 

 

TOTAL 

99

666

 

 

 

The Fall 2013 survey of alumni shows that 61% were employed in their first job within three months of graduation, and 71% were employed within six months.  83% reported their first job was related to their undergraduate major. The table below indicates the alumni distribution of employment by functional field.

Initial Employment by Field

 

Accounting     

27%

 

 

Finance

15%

 

 

General Management  

3%

 

 

Human Resources 

6%

 

 

Information Systems 

6%

 

 

Marketing   

3%

 

 

Operations/Production Management

15%

 

 

Sales

6%

 

 

Other        

18%

 


Current Employment Income:

The Fall 2013 survey of alumni shows their current salary:   

 

Less than $25,000

 

16%  

 

$45,000<50,000 

 

3%

 

$25,000<30,000 

 

13% 

 

$50,000<55,000  

 

6%

 

$30,000<35,000

 

19% 

 

$55,000<60,000

 

3%

 

$35,000<40,000 

 

6%

 

$60,000<65,000

 

0%

 

$40,000<45,000 

 

9%

 

$65,000<70,000 

 

6%

 

 

 

 

 

$> $75,000   

 

19%

Graduate Studies Data:
26% of alumni pursued graduate studies.  For example, alumni reported pursuing graduate degrees at these universities:  Columbia University, Fordham University, Binghamton University, Union University, Brooklyn College, Clarkson University, Buffalo University, Utica College, St. Thomas Aquinas, and St. John’s University.

 

 

 

Facilities

The School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta has state-of-the-art resources and facilities available to our students. The School maintains a financial markets laboratory classroom which is equipped with computers and real-time stock and news tickers.

Lab

The School has also recently acquired two Bloomberg terminals through a StAR grant from the College. These terminals put up-to-the-minute economic and financial data at students’ fingertips. Not only are these terminals available to students to¬† conduct cutting-edge research in their classes, but students additionally have the option of becoming “Bloomberg-Certified”, which will make them even more competitive in an increasingly demanding work force.

Computer

 

Testimonials

More to come.