Build a foundation for success in the School of Business. Our programs span all major business disciplines as well as customized curricula for any career aspiration, from entrepreneurism to specialized industries such as health, music, or sports. All of our programs deliver practical business experience—like internships and team-based simulation projects—grounded in a rigorous liberal arts education.
Accounting and Information Systems
Our reputation as one of the best accounting programs in the nation reflects a strong curriculum taught by a faculty with wide-ranging expertise in specialized fields. Our majors land well-paid internships that often lead to entry-level jobs with Big 4 accounting firms, Fortune 500 companies, and financial institutions. A strong pathway to licensure secures TCNJ the #1 CPA pass rate in the state.
Top National Ranking
Strong curriculum standards and great graduation rates earn us the No. 23 nod from Accounting.com.
Direct Professional Insights
A semester-long colloquium connects accounting majors with professionals from Big 4 CPA firms and more.
ey audit lab
Audit like a professional—using tools from advanced software to real-time data—in our simulation lab.
Develop the analytical and communication skill set essential to success in economics and other business fields. Our curriculum integrates discussion-based classes with hands-on economic research and analysis. Choose from two bachelor’s degree programs—one emphasizing liberal arts study; one emphasizing economics and business training—that support a variety of graduate study and career goals.
Our average class size is just 25 students, and no economics classes are taught in large lecture halls.
Wide-ranging faculty expertise ensures our curriculum keeps pace with the continuous change in economics.
Students apply knowledge outside the classroom through internships, conferences, competitions, and more.
The finance program integrates a core business foundation with the specialized knowledge and applied skills of the finance professional. Classes are small, discussion based, and led by faculty experts who are master teachers. Our students learn finance by doing finance, from managing an actual portfolio to analyzing the same real-time global financial data used in the professional world.
student investment fund
Analyze stocks and make investment decisions using real money, managing a portfolio valued at $350,000.
financial learning center
Access real-time financial data, news, and markets just like professionals do, via a Bloomberg terminal.
J.P. Morgan, Johnson & Johnson, Goldman Sachs: Major firms in nearby NYC and Philly value our students.
Master the skills and knowledge of the effective manager, learning to motivate people and lead organizations to greater success. Specialized management course work is integrated with a strong core business curriculum, ensuring a foundation that is both deep and broad. Our graduates are prepared to develop and implement the right strategies for prosperity in a competitive global marketplace.
faculty Thought Leaders
Learn from scholars whose influential research and professional certifications attest to their expertise.
showcase Your Skills
Our students reach the top tiers of national competitions, with close guidance from faculty advisers.
Business Study abroad
Get insights on management trends in Germany, Spain, France, and more, for a few weeks to a full year.
Reach beyond traditional business spheres, connecting business study with other talents and interests. Students in the marketing major learn to apply their creativity to winning customers or advancing ideas. Students in the interdisciplinary business major design custom programs—drawing on courses within and beyond the business school—to support careers in any field, from art to public policy.
Close Faculty Mentorship
Small classes are the foundation for collaborative learning between students and their faculty mentors.
Tie Theory to Practice
Use professional tools and databases to produce real-world projects, from policy analyses to ad campaigns.
Internships Open Doors
CNBC, Marie Claire, Johnson & Johnson, PVH/Calvin Klein: Our students put top spots on their résumés.
A global marketplace means that all business professionals—whether or not they travel abroad—interact with customers, suppliers, and colleagues from other countries and cultures. Get ready for this new business reality by combining a business major with a program in international studies. Choose Global Business I or Global Business II; both options deliver business breadth and international depth.
Global Business I
Connect your business major to its global context by completing a minor in international studies.
Global Business II
Complete two majors—one in business and one in international studies—to strengthen your global portfolio.
Study Business Abroad
Show employers you value the global marketplace, traveling abroad for a few weeks or a full semester.
You’re sure about a business career, just not so sure about your major. Accounting? Finance? Management? It can be hard to choose! With our Undeclared Business program, incoming students can take up to two years to declare a major, ensuring they make the right choice for their personal interests and career goals. Even better, the program is designed to keep undeclared majors from losing time or credits.
Stay on track by completing the same first- and second-year course requirements as declared majors do.
Core Business Curriculum
Find your major by exploring our Common Body of Knowledge, a set of core courses from each business area.
Make every step the right step with the one-on-one guidance of our coordinator for undergraduate advising.