On behalf of my colleagues in the Management and Business Department, it is my great pleasure to congratulate our graduating majors and minors in the class of 2021.
You have our particular gratitude for your hard work and perseverance over the last three semesters. Few classes have been challenged in the way you’ve been challenged, and so we hope that your graduation will be all the sweeter.
Best, David Cohen
Department of Management and Business
Our program is unique in that we provide a first-rate management and business curriculum in conjunction with Skidmore’s quintessential liberal arts tradition. Thus, our majors and minors enjoy the richness of a broad-based, traditional liberal arts education while also being immersed deeply in the functional areas of business such as accounting, marketing, finance, and organizational behavior. We can think of no better educational combination to prepare students for the complex, multidisciplinary challenges facing our societies today. So please explore our site to gain a better sense of who we are and what we are about, and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Zankel Chair in Management for Liberal Arts Students, participated on a panel analyzing current job market trends and offering advice to recent graduates entering the job market. READ More
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