Business Professions

Undergraduate Programs

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Accountancy

The B.S. in Accounting is a four-year degree program that prepares students to enter the workforce or to enroll in our M.S. in Accounting program. Students explore all aspects of the practice of accounting including Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Accounting Information Systems, Taxation, and Auditing. Graduates possess a solid foundation for taking the Certified Public Accountants exam (CPA).

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Business Information and Technology

BIT grads work in local and global positions within the fields of information technology management, data analytics, and cybersecurity. They specialize in technology innovation, electronic commerce, systems development and testing, database management, and the management of information systems in organizations.

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Real Estate

Real estate degrees prepare students to become professionals within the ever-changing real estate industry. Students study mortgage banking, real investment advising, and real estate development. You'll also learn all about real estate finance, law, market analysis, sales and leasing, and asset and portfolio management, in addition to staying up to date with new laws and codes.

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Professional Real Estate Certificate

The Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate (FIR) at the University of Memphis offers a Professional Real Estate Certificate through the Fogelman College of Business & Economics. This online certificate is designed for students who want to obtain training in real estate without obtaining an undergraduate degree in real estate, but are seeking careers in real estate and related industries.

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Business Finance

This degree paves the way for a career in many areas like commercial banking, financial planning, investment banking, money managing, insurance, and real estate. Financial accounting is separate from general accounting since it serves the decision makers outside of the organization, such as banks, government agencies, stockholders, and suppliers.

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Management

Business management is the process of developing the strategies, plans, procedures,and policies that guide a business on both a day-to- day and long-term basis. It involves coordinating human and leadership resources to achieve organizational objectives. The ability to think critically, solve complex problems, and exhibit a willingness to work independently are important factors in determining success in business management. The Fogelman College also offers a minor in entrepreneurship and a concentration in human resource management.

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Marketing Management

Marketing Management majors study the practical application of marketing concepts, including the development and promotion of goods and services, pricing strategies, and distribution of products. Students also learn about marketing research and consumer behavior, which both drive marketing decisions.

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Sport and Leisure Management

Sports, athletics, recreation, and fitness industries are constantly changing. SLM grads typically choose careers in marketing, sports management, facility and event operations, personal training, health and wellness, sport marketing, and ticket sales.

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Graduate Programs

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Master of Business Administration

Named a "Top 25 Online MBA" by the Princeton Review, this MBA is designed for ambitious professionals whose demanding schedule and/or geographic location makes it difficult to attend classes in-person.

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Master of Science in Sport Commerce

Focus on the business side on the sport industry. Students study marketing strategies, organizing and administering sport events, managing sport facilities, understanding legal and ethical issues in sport, and more.

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