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Collection Development Guide: Finance and Economics: Program Purpose and Description

Program Mission

The mission of the department of Finance and Economics is to provide its students an opportunity to recognize the importance of the lifelong pursuit of truth, acceptance of individual responsibility, and contribution to the common good of society. Departmental programs seek to develop informed, critically thinking citizens who are skilled in their major discipline and capable of functioning in a highly complex, global society. Majors are prepared for various graduate school programs; teaching; service; technical analysis; and management positions found in corporate, financial and public institutions; and financial planning services.     

The Library will purchase material at the Instructional level (2), for the library’s collection in support of the following degreed programs:       

  • (MBA) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, THESIS OR NON-THESIS PROGRAM       
  • MBA Emphasis in Latin American Business       
  • MBA Emphasis in International Business       
  • MBA Emphasis in Engineering and Technology       
  • MBA Emphasis in Healthcare Administration     
  • (BA) BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS     
  • (BBA) BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS OR FINANCE     

The department will also purchase Economics and Finance related material in support of the Latin American Business Certification Program at the Instructional level (2), and will purchase material at the Research level (3) for the library in support of the Finance and Economics dept. faculty research.

Business Librarian