business

Why Specialized Accreditation Matters To You: Part I

Just as you are evaluated for admission to colleges, many academic programs at colleges are themselves subject to scrutiny and approval!  There are a variety of national accreditation boards empowered to perform a peer review of specialized academic programs to ensure that the educational experience meets specified quality levels and ...

Career Corner: A Grand Slam in Accounting

Growing up, Jackie Rottmann knew she wanted to pursue a career in accounting. Jackie’s dad is an accountant, and she felt it was in her blood to be an accountant too. In high school, she took a variety of business classes, including accounting, business law, pre-calculus, and statistics, to gain ...

How To Study Business at Cornell?

Cornell University offers three strong options for undergraduate business education: the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management (AEM) with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), the Industrial Labor Relations School (ILR), and the School of Hotel Administration. Businessweek recently ranked AEM as the third best undergraduate business ...

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