General Information

The objective of the Farmer School of Business is to prepare young men and women of character and intellectual ability for positions in business, government, and other complex organizations. Upon graduation, their educational preparation is such that, with experience and growth, they should progress to positions of increasing administrative or executive responsibility.

The School offers associate’s (two-year), bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs. Undergraduate certificate programs are also available. Master’s degree programs are described in the Graduate Programs of Study section. Certificate and associate’s degree programs are described in the Hamilton and Middletown section.

Bachelor’s degree majors are offered in eight areas: accountancy, business-economics, finance, interdisciplinary business management, management and leadership, management information systems, marketing, and supply chain and operations management. The flexibility of each program allows a student to pursue areas of special interests and needs. Minors are available in arts management, business analytics, business legal studies, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, international business, management, management information systems, management of information technologies, marketing, risk management and insurance, and supply chain management.

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