Few professions could offer more challenging — and more rewarding — tasks than devising a plan to market a $200 million aircraft or creating a strategic plan for a regional airport.
The David B. O'Maley College of Business offers two undergraduate degree programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with three majors
- Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration with two majors
Graduates are prepared for careers working for airlines in network planning, pricing and inventory analysis, and revenue management. Graduates from our master programs may also work for consulting firms, bank and financial institutions, aircraft manufacturers, and government entities.
Submissions from 2019
Rethinking Consumer Protection: Escaping Death by Regulation, Thomas L. Tacker
Submissions from 2014
The Effect on Stockholder Wealth of Product Recalls and Government Action: The Case of Toyota's Accelerator Pedal Recall, Jayendra Gokhale, Raymond M. Brooks, and Victor J. Tremblay
The Effect on Stockholder’s Wealth on Critical Systems Failure and Remedy: The Boeing 787 Case, Jayendra Gokhale, Sunder Raghavan, and Victor J. Tremblay
Valuation Bias and Profit Opportunities in Financial Markets, Jayendra Gokhale, Elizabeth Schroeder, and Victor J. Tremblay
Submissions from 2013
Inward FDI in the United States and its Policy Context, Lucyna G. Kornecki Ph.D.
Submissions from 2012
Competition and Price Wars in the U.S. Brewing Industry, Jayendra Gokhale and Victor J. Tremblay
State Based Determinants of Inward FDI Flow in the US Economy, Lucyna Kornecki and E. M. Ekanayake