The College of Professional and Global Education (PaGE) offers the following degree and non-credit professional development programs that can lead to a career in business, finance, or the law.
Business and finance careers involve working with people, solving complex problems, and innovating. Often these careers include fast-paced environments, opportunities for upward mobility, and expectations of staff to exceed goals and perform at a high level. Examples of career pathways include (but are not limited to) management, finance, operations, supply chain, human resources, business information technology, marketing, events, accounting, international business, investment banking, and consulting. People who pursue careers in business and finance have strong analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills.
Law careers provide services to the public while often working for the public’s best interest in mind. Examples of career pathways include (but are not limited to) lawyers, legal assistants, paralegals, public policy, international development, researchers, engineers, finance and budgeting, managers, activists, community organizers, analysts, politics, advocacy, and local, statewide, tribal or federal administrators. People who pursue careers in law, government, or policy have skills in writing, public speaking, coalition building, interpersonal and intercultural communication, conflict resolution, outreach, systems-thinking, analysis, and problem-solving.