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Majors and Minors

WHAT'S YOUR MAJOR?

You'll be asked that question at family gatherings, parties, and internship interviews, so here is a quick overview and links to the academic departments that organize and administer your classes in the business school.

Majors & Minors

An influential presence in Silicon Valley, it's one of only five AACSB-accredited accounting programs in California.

Offered in both the School of Business and the College of Arts and Sciences, this major opens doors to versatile careers.

Designed for students wishing to design their own major in Business with a multidisciplinary perspective.

Drawing on knowledge from economics, psychology, sociology, and finance, marketing majors work in advertising, sales, market research, and much more.

Minors

The links below will take you to the academic department that administers each minor program. Faculty and staff in those departments can answer your questions about the minor as well.

Jointly offered by Accounting and ISA, the A&IS major prepares students to utilize technology solutions in accounting.

Finance opens all kinds of doors and will prepare you for success in making and managing financial decisions. 

Enabling students to take a holistic view of organizations is the goal of the Management major.

Using computer information systems and analytical decision-making models, skills gained in the MIS major are essential to the conduct of business.

4+1 is a program designed to provide SCU undergraduates an opportunity to complete a master’s degree in as little as 10 months. 

During their senior year, students will enroll in 4-6 graduate level units per quarter. If students pass their classes with grades of B or better, they will be eligible to fastrack their Master’s degree the following year, shaving up to 2 quarters* off the typical full-time program.

*Depending on the program.