What Can I Do…?
A common question when choosing a major is “what can I do with it?” Here to help you are some examples of what our students have done with their majors, based on real data provided by our graduates in their post-graduate surveys.
If you enjoy both problem solving and have strong people skills, an RMI degree can create excellent opportunities for creative work, professional recognition, financial reward, and public service.
The real estate major at Robinson College of Business offers a broad-based curriculum that provides a balance between theory and practice. Our programs emphasize the following major components of real estate: appraisal, corporate real estate, development, finance, investments, and market analysis.
Marketing is the process through which the needs and wants of individual and organizational customers are satisfied through providing goods and services. The BBA program in the Department of Marketing gives students an understanding of basic problems and functions in Marketing, and also allows students to develop in-depth exposure to specialized areas, according to their interests.
Students in Managerial Sciences develop strong communication and team building skills while working with state of the art information technology.
Interpersonal, communication and professional skills are vitally important in the hospitality industry. The development of such skills is incorporated into the Hospitality degree program through course content, hospitality business visitations, real-life team projects in a culturally diverse learning environment, contact with industry leaders as guest lecturers and industry work experience.
The Finance Department is committed to the professional advancement and success of its students. We offer one of the most diverse selections of course offerings ranging from corporate asset management to international banking to financial derivatives.
Solving strategic business problems by designing computer-based information systems can be an exciting and rewarding career.
If you enjoy both problem solving and have strong people skills, an actuarial science degree can create excellent opportunities for creative work, professional recognition, financial reward, and public service.
Accountants today are expected to participate extensively in the general area of business management.