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Olivet College’s Business Department faculty will teach you to think both creatively and analytically – combining courses and activities related to the nature and operation of both for–profit and nonprofit organizations. Beyond the classroom, our faculty are committed to your success, working one-on-one to ensure you meet your personal career goals.

Each of our courses emphasizes a strategic management approach to decision making and problem solving. You won’t simply memorize jargon and facts; you will develop strong analytical and group project skills by working with case studies representing situations you may face on the job. This process ultimately prepares you to adapt to the rapidly changing business environment. In addition, you will work to demonstrate knowledge and applications of ethical business standards and commitment to diversity in the workplace throughout your time at Olivet College.

Questions? Reach out to our admissions team at 800-456-7189 or admissions@olivetcollege.edu.

Exciting Courses
  • Accounting
  • Business Law
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing
  • Sales Management
Business Professional Organizations and Clubs
  • Accounting Student Organization
  • Gamma Iota Sigma (for insurance and risk management and financial planning majors)
  • Marketing and Advertising Club
  • Phi Beta Lamda (honor society for business majors)
  • Sigma Zeta (honor society for math, science and computer science majors)
  • Accountant – $70,500
  • Actuary – $70,500
  • Business reporter – $43,490
  • Claims investigator – $65,670
  • College admissions representative – $36,718
  • Computer programmer – $84,260
  • Corporate attorney – $175,985
  • Financial adviser – $85,660
  • Health care administrator – $99,730
  • Insurance agent – $50,600
  • Management analyst – $83,610
  • Social media manager – $48,648
  • Software developer – $105.590
  • Underwriter – $69,380
  • Web Developer – $69,430

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, bls.gov and Indeed.com. Some occupations may require advanced degrees.


* Minor Only / ** Major or Minor

We get conscientious students who embrace the insurance and risk management industry and are excited about the opportunities they see ahead of them. Most of the industry workforce is very close to retirement or nearing that point. The need for insurance is growing more and more as the economy grows. If you go in and perform and hit the ground running, you have the opportunity to move up pretty quickly.

Tom Humphreys, CPCU, CLU, CHFC, CIC

Director of the Insurance and Risk Management Center