In an information- and data-driven world, our dedicated faculty work closely with each student to help them be effective thinkers and communicators.
Our students develop the skills and talents they need to make complex decisions in the worlds of business and public policy and to grow into leaders.
A curriculum that is grounded in thinking broadly and in applying deeply prepares our students to enter a variety of careers and professions. A sample of the occupations our graduates now hold includes research analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank, law student at Northwestern, financial analyst at Lockheed-Martin, bond trader at Wells Fargo, and human resources consultant at PPL. Some of our current students start new businesses through U-Imagine! The Center for Integrative and Entrepreneurial Studies.
The Ursinus Business and Economics (BE) department offers a major in Applied Economics as well as minors in Economics, Finance and Accounting, and Management Studies. As an Ursinus BE student, you will grow by performing independent research, studying abroad, working as an intern, and leading campus organizations. From your first course through your senior project, you will analyze data and write reports, memos, and research papers. Presentations to peers, faculty, and business professionals are a basic staple of our courses. As you learn the foundations of the business disciplines and experience the business and policy world first hand, you will prepare for the challenges of a complex world.
March 26th, 2019
Mar26, 20197:00pmOlin Auditorium
Nadine Strossen was the first woman to lead the American Civil Liberties Union, from 1991 to 2008. A professor of constitutional law at New York Law School, she is the author of Hate: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship. Jeremy Waldron is the author of The Harm in Hate Speech and is a university professor at NYU School of Law.
March 28th, 2019
Mar28, 20197:00pmOlin AuditoriumEdgardo Miranda-Rodríguez will talk about his acclaimed graphic novel La Borinqueña in relation to the socio-political and economic histories of Puerto Rico and the current post-Hurricane María situation.