Management courses provide students with a knowledge of the administrative concepts necessaryfor a career in the modern Business world. Courses in this area teach the elements of themanagerial process of Business organizations and the behavior of the people within them.
In addition to required courses in Business, Accounting, and Economics, the student has theopportunity to freely choose courses in the social sciences, physical sciences, and humanities.
Class of 2005Major: Finance
Angela Coppa knew she wanted an accounting career in New York City. She also knew it would take dedication and work to achieve her dreams.
After graduating from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2005 with a degree in finance, Coppa spent a year and a half doing technical accounting for PricewaterhouseCoopers in New Jersey, then transferred to PwC's New York City office...
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