Through AJU’s Business major, all three sectors of the global economy are addressed: for-profit, nonprofit and government. All instructors are practitioners. Classes are reality based with significant hands-on experiences. Core skills and knowledge areas include law, accounting, statistics, economic theory, organizational behavior, management, and human relations.
Our classes are infused with the discussion of ethics. We compel our students to confront a wide range of moral matters that occur in business and expose them to assess their own personal value systems.
To succeed in this major a student must demonstrate significant problem solving skills, how to articulate their analysis and solutions orally and in writing, in a concise and well supported way.
The use of these problem solving skill-sets in combination with the subject based skills equip students to face a wide range of work related, as well as personally related issues that form a strong foundation for academic and professional success in life.
To find out more, please contact department chair:
DEPARTMENT CHAIR & ADVISOR
David Groshoff, J.D., M.B.A., Ed.M.
Phone // 310-476-9777 x206
Email // firstname.lastname@example.org