Become the business professional you know you can be.

Lerner offers in-demand majors that are among some of the most popular programs at UD. Hands-on opportunities and innovative programs prepare you for a rewarding career in the ever-changing global marketplace. All of our programs feature the excellent instruction and personal involvement of our award-winning, published and tenured faculty.


Students studying in Lerner Atrium
Gain the skills you need to tell the financial stories of businesses by recording, analyzing and communicating financial information.

The business analytics major teaches you about the theories and methods of analyzing large volumes of data.

The business undeclared major helps you focus your interests and build a base of business knowledge in preparation for choosing your major(s) and minor(s).

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The economics education major, offered by Lerner and the College of Arts and Sciences, prepares you to teach economics to secondary school students.

Place yourself at the juncture of social science, business and social policy. Economics helps explain the behavior of individuals, groups and organizations.

Entrepreneurship students meeting with industry representatives.
Learn to launch a startup, foster innovation in an established company or develop sustainable solutions to important societal problems.

With a career in finance, you’ll help make the best decisions about raising and using resources under risk, whether you work for a bank or other financial intermediary, a consulting firm, a public or private corporation, a governmental organization or a not-for-profit.

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As many employees are now tasked with managing their own money both before and after retirement, a growing number of families and retirees need financial planners to help them to make important financial decisions.

The global enterprise management (GEM) major is your opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills and aptitudes you need to succeed in the new global business environment.

UD HRIM Students
The hospitality industry is one of the world’s largest employers, offering outstanding employment options around the globe, whether you’re interested in hotel, food service, event management or other hospitality operations.

As a hospitality industry management (HSIM) student, you will learn the skills you need to help make excellent and informed decisions within the hospitality industry.

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The international business studies (IBS) major is designed to prepare you to live and conduct business effectively around the world.

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The management major will help you become a business leader who works with others to effectively create and implement ideas.

An MIS student speaking with a professor.
As a management information systems (MIS) major, you will learn to use information technology to solve business problems and find creative competitive advantages.

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As a marketing major, you will learn to identify wants and needs among diverse groups of people, select target markets and develop strategies for new and existing products.

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As an operations management major, you’ll learn about the processes that companies use to transform resources into goods and services.

A sport management student.
As a sport management major, you’ll take courses that are specific to the sport management discipline, as well as essential business courses that will help you to develop quantitative analysis skills and an understanding of essential business concepts.