The McCormick Division of Business
Southern Vermont College offers the following degrees and minors in The McCormick Division of Business:
- Business Administration/Management (Bachelor of Science)
- Business Administration/Sports Management (Bachelor of Science)
- Entrepreneurship and Management (Build the Sustainable Enterprise) (Bachelor of Science)
Minors: Students in The McCormick Division of Business may elect to pursue a minor in a variety of different areas such as Communication, Environmental Studies or Public Relations. This decision will require careful planning with the advisor. A student may not minor in the same discipline in which he or she majors.
The Southern Vermont College McCormick Division of Business offers bachelor's degree programs that will provide students with the skills and competencies to face the current challenges and opportunities of a dynamic and globalized business world. The Southern Vermont College McCormick Division of Business fosters a dynamic, learning environment where students will integrate business skills and technologies with an entrepreneurial spirit. This learning environment will stimulate the students' intellectual curiosity, build their critical-thinking skills, encourage ethical behavior and develop leadership ability. The Business program provides a strong overview of general business fundamentals as well as individual professional tracks in Management, Sports Management and Entrepreneurship.
The curriculum for each major in The McCormick Division of Business provides students with a combination of general core educational courses in the liberal arts and career-launching business courses. The McCormick Division of Business prepares students with the following competencies: oral and written communication skills, reading, writing, information literacy, critical thinking and creative thinking, ethical decision-making and global citizenship.
BUILD THE sustainable ENTERPRISE
The Build the Sustainable Enterprise program presents students with the opportunity to create, plan, implement and manage a real business in the real world, guided by business leaders as mentors and putting into practice the principles learned in the classroom. The enterprises will be able to draw upon a $100,000 venture fund, and each year the best plan earns a $1,500 award from the Bennington County Industrial Corporation. >Learn more
Career Opportunities and Graduate Study
Depending on their major and minor fields of study, students are prepared to enter career fields such as business administration and business management. Students are also prepared for graduate study in many business degree programs. Graduates of Southern Vermont College are eligible for acceptance into an MBA program at Graduate College of Union University, Clarkson University and Sage Graduate School.
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