Have you ever wondered what types of careers you can pursue with a Business Administration or Economics degree? Do you have a career in mind but don’t know which path to choose to set you up for success? Still trying to decide which option is right for you? Let one of our knowledgeable College of Business & Economics professors help you find the answers to these questions. The Undergraduate Mentoring Program will provide participants with a dedicated mentor in their chosen option to provide guidance, career advice, and other useful tips to help set students up for success after graduating from Cal State East Bay. Mentees will have the opportunity to get expert advice from College of Business & Economics instructors who have first-hand experience in the world of Business and Economics.
To get started, complete the interest form online. Once we receive your request you will be paired with a faculty mentor as soon as possible.
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A concentration is a group of courses designed to provide specialized knowledge within a bachelor's degree program. Business Administration majors are required to declare a concentration. After declaring a concentration, it is important to begin taking courses as soon as possible. Concentration offerings are dependent upon the number of students in that concentration and are typically offered during the fall or spring semesters.
Use the career sheets below to explore jobs and skills respective to each concentration.
If you are still unsure about which major or concentration to declare, we recommend: