Undergraduate Business Programs

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Our real-world education prepares students to build careers and become transformational leaders in accounting, economics, finance, health care administration, management and marketing.

Compete in Tomorrow's Economy Today

An undergraduate degree from RIC's nationally accredited School of Business gives you the strong foundation needed to compete in tomorrow's economy today. Our programs combine rigorous theory with practical application and experiential learning, while prioritizing the understanding and use of technology throughout the curriculum. We prepare students to work at the cutting edge of a worldwide economy by focusing on developing their communication and team skills, as well as cultivating ethical and global perspectives.

10 Bachelor Degrees and 12 Minor Programs

RIC's School of Business offers many practical Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts programs, as well as several minor complementing programs:

Additionally, we have a pending National Security Agency (NSA) Designated Program in Cyber Defense: Computer Science B.A. with Cybersecurity Minor, that we hope to make available in the near future.

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Our Programs at a Glance

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Accounting B.S. and Minor

The B.S. in accounting prepares you for entry-level positions in the field of accounting, with great potential for upward mobility. If you’re studying accounting, in a major or minor program, you’re learning practical skills that employers need.

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Economics B.A. and Minor

If you are interested in the forces that drive the economy, RIC’s Economics B.A. or minor program is for you. Our graduates go on to work in investment banks, consulting firms, research and policy institutions, universities, corporations, multinational enterprises and government.

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Finance B.S. and Minor

Finance typically focuses on the study of prices, interest rates, money flows and the financial markets. Those with a degree in finance often find employment with commercial banks, insurance companies and other financial service providers - it's a dynamic and exciting field to be in.

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Health Care Administration B.S. and Minor

The Health Care Administration B.S. and minor are specifically targeted for those pursuing supervisory and entry-level management positions in the health-care industry and/or who are preparing for graduate education in health care.

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International Business Minor

The International Business minor creates an opportunity for students to not only choose an interdisciplinary business program, but also one that focuses on the global nature of business in the current age. 

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Management B.S. and Minor

For small, medium, or large business, good management is critical to success. RIC’s Management B.S. and minor are essential for anyone looking to start their own business or bring success to an existing one.

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Marketing B.S. and Minor

Businesses have to know how to get their new offerings to market and gain the attention of their target audience. RIC’s Marketing B.A. and minor program teach you just that.

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