173 current students majoring in Business in the Liberal Arts
#2 most popular major among students
These faculty positions could be in any academic discipline such as economics, performance and communication arts, psychology, statistics, history, or English. Hiring additional tenure-track faculty would allow current faculty to develop additional courses in BUSLA, including:
Renovations to existing Mandeville Auditorium in Hepburn Hall to create a technologically advanced learning space offering all St. Lawrence students and faculty greater access to digital resources relevant to their disciplines.
A video conferencing space that allows faculty to bring professionals into the classroom. This is a naming opportunity for a donor.
Create additional courses devoted to business-related topics.
Endow multiple student experiential learning opportunities focused on BUSLA.
To support current and future technology needs, including to support the cost of Bloomberg terminals and training software.
Four St. Lawrence University students were selected for eBay’s new Finance and Analytics internship program in Summer 2017—an impressive showing given that hundreds of college students from across the country applied.Read More
Nearly four years after its implementation, the business and the liberal arts program–or BUSLA, as it is frequently referred to on campus–has become one of the most popular majors on campus, allowing St. Lawrence University students to capitalize on the benefits of a liberal arts education while honing their business acumen.Read More
By combining the liberal arts and business, new courses at St. Lawrence further integrate student interests and learning.Read More
In August, the New York State Education Department approved the business in the liberal arts major at St. Lawrence, allowing students to begin working toward the degree this fall semester.Read More