David C. YenA new day is dawning at SUNY Oneonta!

As many of you who are familiar with our history may be aware, in the recent past there was a Department of Economics and Business on our campus that became the Division of Economics and Business about a decade and a half ago.  Now we are proud to say that we have been elevated to the status of being a School of Economics and Business (SEB).  We are also among the less than 5% of the world's educational institutions to have established accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  This is one of the most prestigious indicators of academic excellence that can be achieved by any college or university.

In rising to this level of excellence, we have established the fact that we have a faculty who are highly respected within their particular fields and offering a range of traditional but extremely desirable courses with opportunities for each student to receive individualized support and attention.  Extracurricular student organizations of distinction present additional opportunities for all students to be involved with faculty members in the School of Economics and Business.

The School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta will continue to grow along its path of excellence.  Along with strengthening our core subjects, we will offer new courses and programs as opportunities allow. We would be happy to discuss our current status and our hopes for the future with any and all of you.  The future looks bright indeed for the new School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta!

I invite you to browse this website and investigate the many choices for undergraduate and graduate study within SEB, the many options for exciting and quality learning as well as student-faculty engagement. Our faculty and staff join me in inviting you to explore your future in the School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta. Feel free to contact me about your interest in our programs.

David C. Yen
Dean and Professor
School of Economics and Business
226 Netzer Administration Bldg.
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, NY 13820
607-436-3458 (office)
607-436-2543 (fax)
David.Yen@oneonta.edu

Mission

The School of Economics and Business enables undergraduate students to exercise their intellectual capacity, acquire disciplinary knowledge and analytical skills, value diversity in people and ideas, and develop ethical decision making abilities.

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Diversity

The School of Economics and Business has addressed diversity and cross-cultural topics throughout the curriculum for many years.

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David C. YenA new day is dawning at SUNY Oneonta!

As many of you who are familiar with our history may be aware, in the recent past there was a Department of Economics and Business on our campus that became the Division of Economics and Business about a decade and a half ago.  Now we are proud to say that we have been elevated to the status of being a School of Economics and Business (SEB).  We are also among the less than 5% of the world's educational institutions to have established accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  This is one of the most prestigious indicators of academic excellence that can be achieved by any college or university.

In rising to this level of excellence, we have established the fact that we have a faculty who are highly respected within their particular fields and offering a range of traditional but extremely desirable courses with opportunities for each student to receive individualized support and attention.  Extracurricular student organizations of distinction present additional opportunities for all students to be involved with faculty members in the School of Economics and Business.

The School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta will continue to grow along its path of excellence.  Along with strengthening our core subjects, we will offer new courses and programs as opportunities allow. We would be happy to discuss our current status and our hopes for the future with any and all of you.  The future looks bright indeed for the new School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta!

I invite you to browse this website and investigate the many choices for undergraduate and graduate study within SEB, the many options for exciting and quality learning as well as student-faculty engagement. Our faculty and staff join me in inviting you to explore your future in the School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta. Feel free to contact me about your interest in our programs.

David C. Yen
Dean and Professor
School of Economics and Business
226 Netzer Administration Bldg.
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, NY 13820
607-436-3458 (office)
607-436-2543 (fax)
David.Yen@oneonta.edu

Mission

The School of Economics and Business enables undergraduate students to exercise their intellectual capacity, acquire disciplinary knowledge and analytical skills, value diversity in people and ideas, and develop ethical decision making abilities.

Read More

Diversity

The School of Economics and Business has addressed diversity and cross-cultural topics throughout the curriculum for many years.

Read More

FROM THE DEAN

From the Dean

David C. YenA new day is dawning at SUNY Oneonta!

As many of you who are familiar with our history may be aware, in the recent past there was a Department of Economics and Business on our campus that became the Division of Economics and Business about a decade and a half ago.  Now we are proud to say that we have been elevated to the status of being a School of Economics and Business (SEB).  We are also among the less than 5% of the world's educational institutions to have established accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  This is one of the most prestigious indicators of academic excellence that can be achieved by any college or university.

In rising to this level of excellence, we have established the fact that we have a faculty who are highly respected within their particular fields and offering a range of traditional but extremely desirable courses with opportunities for each student to receive individualized support and attention.  Extracurricular student organizations of distinction present additional opportunities for all students to be involved with faculty members in the School of Economics and Business.

The School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta will continue to grow along its path of excellence.  Along with strengthening our core subjects, we will offer new courses and programs as opportunities allow. We would be happy to discuss our current status and our hopes for the future with any and all of you.  The future looks bright indeed for the new School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta!

I invite you to browse this website and investigate the many choices for undergraduate and graduate study within SEB, the many options for exciting and quality learning as well as student-faculty engagement. Our faculty and staff join me in inviting you to explore your future in the School of Economics and Business at SUNY Oneonta. Feel free to contact me about your interest in our programs.

David C. Yen
Dean and Professor
School of Economics and Business
226 Netzer Administration Bldg.
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, NY 13820
607-436-3458 (office)
607-436-2543 (fax)
David.Yen@oneonta.edu

Mission

The School of Economics and Business enables undergraduate students to exercise their intellectual capacity, acquire disciplinary knowledge and analytical skills, value diversity in people and ideas, and develop ethical decision making abilities.

Read More

Diversity

The School of Economics and Business has addressed diversity and cross-cultural topics throughout the curriculum for many years.

Read More

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