Bob Evans Farms Hall
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The Emerson E. Evans School of business is a student-centered, business school dedicated to opening learning opportunities for students in leadership, collaboration, and business management. To successfully meet the challenges of the global market place, students develop partnerships with business owners and leaders to explore business operations and opportunities.
Bachelor of Arts or Science – Minor in Financial Economics
Minor in Financial Economics - Advising Sheet
• Develop the student’s thought processes...to think clearly, reason logically, arrive at one’s own conclusions through one’s own observations, interpret data, analyze situations, evaluate evidence, discover principles, resolve problems, read rapidly with understanding, do research, stimulate his/her creative powers, to express one’s ideas orally and in writing.
• Develop good problem solving technique...the ability to think critically, evaluate evidence, apply principles of the Scientific Method, and solve problems.
• Form the students with ethical and social responsibility values and leadership qualities conducive to success...basic honesty, individual responsibility, reliability, self-discipline, perseverance, interpersonal cooperation, social awareness, and a spirit of hard work, sacrifice and dedication to spiritual values, country, community, family, and neighbor.
• Develop the student’s research & communication skills through written reports & papers, oral presentations, and class discussion so that the student will some day be able to sell his ideas to superiors, peers, and subordinates in reports and presentations in business meetings, conferences, and training sessions.
• Develop competent managers and leaders for governmental, non-profit, and business organizations to effectively serve society by productively satisfying its needs.
• Inculcate an understanding of how each Business area is affected by the global economy.
• The graduating student will be able to demonstrate core business proficiencies in the areas of accounting, economics, management, finance, marketing, international business, and information technology.
The Bob Evans Farms Hall was built in 2001 and is the home of the Emerson E. Evans School of Business. A distinctive tower creates a central sky light in the center of the building which houses three computer labs, faculty offices, a student lounge area, large and small meeting rooms, as well as class rooms.
The Emerson E. Evans School of Business is accredited through the International Assembly of Colleges in Business Education (IACBE).