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Business and Finance Career Pathways

Develop your creative thinking and sharpen your skills for a career in business, where innovations and disruptions occur rapidly on a global scale.

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Career Options

With a degree in business or finance, you’ll find career opportunities in industries from banking to health care to marketing and beyond.

  • Accountant
  • Business Owner
  • Event Manager
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Research Analyst
  • Sports Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager

Discover Business and Finance Majors and Minors

Pursue your interests with a customizable program that sets you up for success.

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Coursework Highlights

Find courses that give you the knowledge and skills to stand out from the pack.

  • Big Data Analytics
  • Blockchain Management
  • Brand Management
  • Cybersecurity
  • Ethics of Advocacy
  • International Financial Management
  • Social Media for the Music Business
  • Sport Data Analysis
Ryan Benz G’11, entrepreneur, developer and restaurateur.

I would not have been qualified nor would I have had the opportunity to take my first job in real estate right out of school without my degree from Syracuse University.

—Ryan Benz G’11, entrepreneur, developer and restaurateur

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Clubs and Organizations

Learning happens inside and outside the classroom. Explore clubs and make connections to build your resume and your network.

  • Blackstone LaunchPad at Syracuse University Libraries
  • Entrepreneurship Club
  • Investment Club
  • National Association of Black Accountants
  • Pulp Marketing Club
  • Real Estate Club
  • Sport Media and Marketing Club
  • Sustainable Enterprise Partnership

Syracuse does a great job of creating an ecosystem where students of all backgrounds can learn what entrepreneurship means to them. It often involves social entrepreneurship—finding solutions to social or environmental challenges.

Dayanna Torres ’06, G’09, director at Blackstone Charitable Foundation

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