Information for Employers

You can connect with Rady's highly-qualified and diverse accounting and business minor students through UC San Diego's Career Services Center. Visit their website to post a job, attend an event, conduct an information session, and meet with candidates through on-campus interviews.

Post a Job or Internship

Port Triton is the centralized online job listing portal accessed by over 20,000 active UC San Diego students and alumni users. Post full and part time jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities for free.

For additional visibility, you can send event, internship or job information to undergrad@rady.ucsd.edu. We will share the opportunity directly with our students via our social media pages and e-mail.

Our Students

Rady offers undergraduate minors in business and accounting. The two minors are the most popular on campus, and draw students from a wide range of majors.

Accounting Students

Accounting minors take 7 classes including Financial and Managerial Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, and Advanced Accounting, and have the option to take 2 additional electives. The minor prepares students for positions with accounting functions in commercial, non-profit and governmental organizations. For many students, the accounting minor is the first step in the path to becoming a CPA. Find full information about the minor on our website.

  • 80% of accounting minors major in Economics or Management Science
  • Remaining 20% major in Social Sciences and Arts, or Hard Sciences and Engineering

Business Students

Business students take 5 core classes including Ethics, Marketing, Enterprise Finance and Global Business Strategy, plus two electives of their choice, for a total of 7 classes. Students can choose to take their two electives within the same category and receive a “mini-concentration” in one of 5 categories: Entrepreneurship, Finance, Marketing, Organizational Behavior, or Operations. Find full information about the minor on our website.

  • 44% of business minors major in Economics or Management Science
  • 41% major in Social Sciences, Humanities and Art
  • 15% major in Hard Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering

For information about UC San Diego's overall student demographics, please view the 2011-2012 Student Profile Report.