L&S Business & Entrepreneurship

L&S students and alumni have the knowledge and skills to be successful in business careers. In fact, many employers seek out liberal arts students to meet the unique needs of their organization. Meet with Derek Zimmerman to discuss how your L&S degree could translate into a career in consulting, finance, human resources, sales, marketing, actuarial science, and more!

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Think you might be interested in a career in L&S Badgers in Business and Entrepreneurship?

Make an appointment with Derek to talk about job and internship opportunities, get networking tips, prepare for conversations with employers, review your application materials, negotiate a job offer, and more.

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Check out these courses

FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS

Prerequisites: Sophomore Standing

Better understand the role business plays in society. Learn the key fundamentals of accounting, finance, and business law.

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS

Prerequisites: Sophomore Standing (Not open to business majors)

Introduces non-business students to basic concepts and practices in business. This course is a basic overview of management, marketing, strategy, entrepreneurship, ethics, supply chain, and international business.

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

Prerequisites:  Satisfied Quantitative Reasoning (QR) A requirement. Not open to students with credit for ECON 111

Economic problems of individuals, firms, and industries with an emphasis on value, price, and distribution of income.