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The business and economic world changes quickly. Stay up to date on current events with these recommended resources at the library and beyond.

Podcasts

Top magazines and websites

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The Wall Street Journal

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print edition available in the library

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Financial Times

Website /

print edition available in the library

Bloomberg logo 

Website /

Subscription content to Bloomberg Businessweek

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The SMC undergraduate curriculum in Business Administration focuses on six primary concentrations. The summary below offers suggestions for starting points for research in those specialized areas. 

 

Finance Research in Finance is best covered by the resources on this general Business Administration research guide. In particular, the resources in Company InformationIndustry Information, and Investment Information sections provide quick and reliable data and analysis needed for valuation, price modeling, and more.
marketing Additional resources and research suggestions for marketing courses can be found at the guide for Marketing
Global Business Additional resources and research suggestions for global business courses can be found at the guide for Global Business
Entrepreneurship Research in Entrepreneurship is best covered by the resources on this general Business Administration research guide. In particular, the Business Articles and Case Studies sections will connect you to the literature you need explore entrepreneurship theories and examples, and the Industry Information section is invaluable for examining business environments and identifying opportunities. 
Business Analytics Business Analytics uses a lot of raw data. The resources suggested for data are in the Consumer and Statistical Information section of this general Business Administration research guide. You can also find statistical and graphical tools in the Citing and Writing section.
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Graduate Business education at SMC includes seven programs. The summary below offers suggestions for starting points for research in those specialized areas.

 

MBA Research for the courses and topics of the PMBA and EMBA programs are best covered by the resources on this general Business Administration research guide. In particular, the Business Articles and Case Studies sections will connect you to the scholarly and professional / trade literature you need explore theories and examples.
Global Business Additional resources and research suggestions for global business courses can be found at the guide for Global Business
Accounting The resources best for Accounting can be found on the research guide for Accounting
Business Analytics Business Analytics uses a lot of raw data. The resources suggested for data are in the Consumer and Statistical Information section of this general Business Administration research guide. You can also find statistical and graphical tools in the Citing and Writing section.
Finance Research in Finance is best covered by the resources on this general Business Administration research guide. In particular, the resources in Company Information, Industry Information, and Investment Information sections provide quick and reliable data and analysis needed for valuation, price modeling, and more.
Management Research for the courses and topics of the Management program is best covered by the resources on this general Business Administration research guide. In particular, the Business Articles and Case Studies sections will connect you to the scholarly and professional / trade literature you need explore theories and examples. For your global course and travel, see the Global Business page for additional resources. 
 

While most tools are digital, Saint Albert Hall, the campus' physical library, has a lot of features to assist in your studies

Of particular note,

  • Groups study rooms. Reserve a room for 2 or more people online up to 2 weeks in advance. The building has 6 rooms, all with media viewing equipment. Book your favorite rooms early. Use the link provided for more information
  • Silent study room. Located on the 1st floor, this room is restricted to individual, silent work. If you need to concentrate, this may be the place for you.
  • Graduate Commons. Located on the 3rd floor, this room is available on a drop-in basis for anyone enrolled in an SMC graduate or doctoral program. This mixed use room can be used for group work or presentation practice, or for quiet retreat individually (if not otherwise in use by groups). Present you SMC ID card at the Access Service desk to confirm your graduate enrollment status for the access code. 
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