Business has been one of the most popular undergraduate degrees for years, and even the pandemic hasn’t changed that. Sure, we may all be working from home, but students with big ideas still dream of becoming entrepreneurs or startup scions, while those with a knack for crunching numbers still want to learn accounting or data analysis.
Since business schools collaborate closely with the working worlds they feed into, in some ways it’s been easier for them to adapt to the pandemic than it has for other academic programs. Cal State Fullerton’s College of Business and Economics is No. 9 on Money’s list of incubators for future business leaders. Students entering business school today can expect to be prepared for a world that’s more virtual, but also more globally connected than ever. Continue reading in Money.