- Relevant qualifications recognized by the institution.
Students will learn the fundamentals of business planning, technology, interpersonal skills/communication, critical thinking, and execution with a strong foundation in liberal arts. SUNY Adirondack blends practical business experiences with theory and teaches students how to apply these concepts in actual business situations through case studies, interactive sessions and internships.
Students will also take specialized courses in economics, law, ethics, and financial/managerial accounting. Please note: Those students not intending to transfer should consider either the Accounting or Management, Marketing & Entrepreneurship degree programs.