Moravian College - Economics and Business Department
Department Chair: Gary Kaskowitz
Professors: Eva Marikova Leeds, Santo D. Marabella, James Ravelle, James P. West
Associate Professors: Sonia Aziz, Gary Kaskowitz, Linda L. Ravelle, John D. Rossi III,
Barbara M. Vinciguerra
Assistant Professors: Katie P. Desiderio, Sabrina Terrizzi
The Economics and Business Department offers majors in economics, management, accounting, international management, and environmental policy and economics. In addition to preparing students for graduate work, these majors provide a background valuable in a wide range of careers in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations. Typical positions are in banking, certified public accounting, finance and investment, marketing, production, and human-resource management, as well as positions in federal, state, and local government, hospitals, social-service agencies, schools, and colleges.
The economics major provides a good background for careers in business and government, as well as a foundation for graduate work in business, economics, law, public administration, planning, and other professional disciplines. The management major provides a comprehensive background in the functional and environmental areas of business, including business administration, and serves as a foundation for graduate work in business and management. The accounting major helps to prepare students for careers in public accounting, private industry, and not-for-profit organizations. The international management major, offered in conjunction with the Foreign Languages Department, prepares students for careers in international business and administration. The environmental policy and economics major, offered through the Environmental Studies Program, provides students an opportunity to develop interdisciplinary approaches to environmental and social policy. The major prepares students for graduate study and for careers in business, private policy organizations, and government.