Admissions Data:

High School Average
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Accounting 91.0 91.8 91.3 90.4 90.9
Business Economics 90.5 90.6 90.4 90.4 90.2
Economics 90.7 90.3 91.2 91.6 90.1

 

Average SAT scores
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Accounting 1137 1154 1128 1121 1117
Business Economics 1135 1122 1114 1103 1097
Economics 1181 1148 1168 1174 1139

 

Undergraduate Degrees Awarded and Headcount Enrollment:
  2015-16 Degrees Awarded  Fall 2016 Headcount Enrollment
Accounting 25 182
Business Economics 141 596
Economics 7 29
TOTAL  173 807

 

The Fall 2016 survey of alumni shows that 82.1% were employed in their first job within three months of graduation, and 10.7% were employed within three to six months.  85.7% reported their first job was related to their undergraduate major. The table below indicates the alumni distribution of employment by functional field.

 
Initial Employment by Field:
Accounting 25%
Finance 21%
General Management 4%
Human Resources 7%
Information Systems 0%
Marketing 4%
Operations/Production Management 11%
Sales 7%
Other 21%


Graduate Studies Data:

28.6% of alumni pursued graduate studies.  For example, alumni reported pursuing graduate degrees at these universities:  Columbia University, Fordham University, Binghamton University, Union University, Brooklyn College, Clarkson University, Buffalo University, Utica College, St. Rose, and St. John’s University.

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Admissions Data:

High School Average
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Accounting 91.0 91.8 91.3 90.4 90.9
Business Economics 90.5 90.6 90.4 90.4 90.2
Economics 90.7 90.3 91.2 91.6 90.1

 

Average SAT scores
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Accounting 1137 1154 1128 1121 1117
Business Economics 1135 1122 1114 1103 1097
Economics 1181 1148 1168 1174 1139

 

Undergraduate Degrees Awarded and Headcount Enrollment:
  2015-16 Degrees Awarded  Fall 2016 Headcount Enrollment
Accounting 25 182
Business Economics 141 596
Economics 7 29
TOTAL  173 807

 

The Fall 2016 survey of alumni shows that 82.1% were employed in their first job within three months of graduation, and 10.7% were employed within three to six months.  85.7% reported their first job was related to their undergraduate major. The table below indicates the alumni distribution of employment by functional field.

 
Initial Employment by Field:
Accounting 25%
Finance 21%
General Management 4%
Human Resources 7%
Information Systems 0%
Marketing 4%
Operations/Production Management 11%
Sales 7%
Other 21%


Graduate Studies Data:

28.6% of alumni pursued graduate studies.  For example, alumni reported pursuing graduate degrees at these universities:  Columbia University, Fordham University, Binghamton University, Union University, Brooklyn College, Clarkson University, Buffalo University, Utica College, St. Rose, and St. John’s University.

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Admissions Data:

High School Average
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Accounting 91.0 91.8 91.3 90.4 90.9
Business Economics 90.5 90.6 90.4 90.4 90.2
Economics 90.7 90.3 91.2 91.6 90.1

 

Average SAT scores
  2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Accounting 1137 1154 1128 1121 1117
Business Economics 1135 1122 1114 1103 1097
Economics 1181 1148 1168 1174 1139

 

Undergraduate Degrees Awarded and Headcount Enrollment:
  2015-16 Degrees Awarded  Fall 2016 Headcount Enrollment
Accounting 25 182
Business Economics 141 596
Economics 7 29
TOTAL  173 807

 

The Fall 2016 survey of alumni shows that 82.1% were employed in their first job within three months of graduation, and 10.7% were employed within three to six months.  85.7% reported their first job was related to their undergraduate major. The table below indicates the alumni distribution of employment by functional field.

 
Initial Employment by Field:
Accounting 25%
Finance 21%
General Management 4%
Human Resources 7%
Information Systems 0%
Marketing 4%
Operations/Production Management 11%
Sales 7%
Other 21%


Graduate Studies Data:

28.6% of alumni pursued graduate studies.  For example, alumni reported pursuing graduate degrees at these universities:  Columbia University, Fordham University, Binghamton University, Union University, Brooklyn College, Clarkson University, Buffalo University, Utica College, St. Rose, and St. John’s University.

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