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Claudette Zolkowski
Sep 22, 2016

Discover advantages of business degree at Business Major and Minor Expo Nov. 9

Sep 22, 2016 by Claudette Zolkowski

All Oakland University students are invited to the Business Major and Minor Expo Weds., Nov. 9, from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Gold Rooms to explore the advantages of earning a major or minor in the field of business. Drop by the event to explore career opportunities in business, meet industry experts and make professional connections.


You’ll also get a chance to talk with business school staff about how a degree from Oakland University’s business school  provides students with a foundation for professional success after graduation through its ACHIEVE program, a free series of professional development courses available only to OU business students. Refreshments will also be available.


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A strong business understanding serves graduates well, whether they are completing a major or a minor. The knowledge gained from business classes at OU can be applied to any industry.


The Federal Bureau of Labor and Statistics predicts double digit growth percentages across most business fields through 2022. Business degrees are the number one degree employers are seeking. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers 2016 Job Outlook report seven business majors are among the top ten bachelor’s degrees in highest demand by employers: accounting, finance, economics, logistics/supply chain management, management, marketing, and management information systems.


At Oakland University’s AACSB-International accredited business school, students find programs that integrate theory, research and experience to form a unique combination of solid academic preparation and practical skills necessary to succeed professionally.


Find out more about business majors or minors that can help you prepare for success at the Business Major & Minor Expo, November 9, in the Oakland Center.