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Degrees and programs

Students applying to the Gabelli School of Business for fall 2014 and beyond can study at Fordham’s primary Rose Hill campus in the Bronx, or at its midtown Manhattan campus at Lincoln Center. Program offerings vary by campus, as noted below.

MAJORS
Students choose a major in their junior year. These represent your main academic focus and require approximately 15 courses.

Rose Hill:
Accounting Information Systems
Applied Accounting and Finance
Business Administration (paired with a primary concentration)
Finance
Information Systems
Marketing
Public Accountancy (150 credits)
Public Accounting (120 credits)

Lincoln Center:
Global Business (paired with a primary concentration)

PRIMARY CONCENTRATIONS
If your major is business administration at Rose Hill, or global business at Lincoln Center, you will add depth in a field of your choice through a primary concentration, which requires three to four courses. Certain students may pursue more than one of these.

Rose Hill:
Accounting
Business Economics
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Information Systems
Management
Marketing

Lincoln Center:
Digital Media and Technology
Global Finance and Business Economics
Management, with a Focus on Health Care
Marketing, with a Focus on Consumer Insight

SECONDARY CONCENTRATIONS
No matter what your chosen major, you can add a secondary concentration as an overlay. It’s an additional layer of specificity that sets your business degree apart. These are open to students on both campuses, with one exception noted below, due to the Lincoln Center B.S. degree itself being in Global Business.

Accounting
Alternative Investments
Communications and Media Management
Finance
Information Systems
International Business (Rose Hill only)
Management
Marketing
Sports Business
Value Investing

MINORS
Click here for a full list of minors, which can be done in either a business discipline or any liberal arts subject that Fordham offers.

 


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