Our courses examine the myriad of social relations present in society—be they between men and women, racial and ethnic groups, rich and poor, organizations and their environment, or individuals and the law. Students are prepared to live and work in a global world. The Markets and Culture major, our interdisciplinary economic sociology major, emphasizes the social and cultural factors influencing global production, distribution and consumption in domestic and international markets and stresses organizational theory, economic sociology, accounting, business writing, statistics, foreign language, and data management. Students focus on the flow of money, goods, and people around the globe, as well as the importance of being aware and sensitive to cultural differences. Our program provides opportunities for advanced work with faculty in small settings while our location offers students a rich urban experience.