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Connect with Rady’s highly qualified business, accounting, and entrepreneurship undergraduate students

You can connect with the Rady School's highly qualified and diverse students through UC San Diego's Career Center. To post a job, attend an event, conduct an information session, or meet with candidates through on-campus interviews, please visit their website.

Post a Job or Internship

UC San Diego Handshake is the centralized online job listing portal accessed by over 20,000 active UC San Diego students and alumni users. You can post full-time and part-time jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities for free.

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

Rady School Undergraduate Programs

Rady offers undergraduate minors in BusinessAccountingEntrepreneurship and Innovation, Technology Innovation and Supply Chain, Finance and Marketing. Our minors are the most popular on campus and draw students from a wide range of majors.


Accounting Students

Accounting minor students take seven core classes including Financial and Managerial Accounting, Auditing, Federal Taxation, and Intermediate and Advanced Accounting. The minor prepares students for positions with accounting firms in commercial, non-profit and governmental organizations. For many students, the accounting minor is the first step in the path to becoming a CPA.

  • 50% of accounting minor students major in Economics, Management Science, or Mathematics
  • 30% of accounting minor students major in International Studies – International Business
  • 20% of accounting minor students major in Social Sciences or other STEM fields

Business Students

Business minor students take six core classes including Ethics, Operations Management, Marketing, Enterprise Finance, and Global Business Strategy, plus one elective of their choice, for a total of seven classes.

Rady students supplement the following majors with a Business Minor. 

  • 40% Mathematics, Economics, and Engineering Majors
  • 24% Humanities and Fine Arts Majors
  • 19% Social Sciences Majors
  • 17% Natural Sciences Majors

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Students

Entrepreneurship & Innovation minor students have a strong understanding of business and entrepreneurship theory, practices, and applications. The E&I Minor appeals to creative and ambitious undergraduate students who envision launching and managing their own business or entering careers in innovation-driven fields. Students complete seven courses: two practicum courses (Innovation to Market A & B), three core courses (Marketing, Personal and Corporate Ethics, and New Venture Finance), and two elective courses from a list of innovation and entrepreneurship-focused courses.

This unique minor draws students from all different majors on campus.

  • 35% Social Sciences Majors
  • 24% Engineering and Technology Majors
  • 18% Mathematics and Economics Majors
  • 16% Natural Sciences Majors
  • 7% Arts and Humanities Majors

Finance Students

The Rady School’s Finance Minor will provide students with an educational experience that emphasizes the sound fundamental financial concepts necessary for success in the industry and for preparing them to begin a challenging and meaningful career upon graduation. The Finance Minor develops current knowledge that firms are seeking in areas like sustainable investing, financial modeling and forecasting, private equity and new venture finance, along with sound fundamentals of corporate finance, investment banking, and financial accounting.

Marketing Students

Rady’s Marketing Minor emphasizes both solid theoretical foundations and hands-on skill development, and builds on foundations laid in business analytics, computer science, economics, psychology and statistics. Every business, government and nonprofit enterprise involves some component of marketing.

Technology, Innovation and Supply Chain Students

Supply Chain minor students study globalization, technology, and changing customer expectations for large corporations. The increase in interest in this field pushes the supply chain profession to seek people who can pioneer advancements at the intersection of the supply chain with the Internet of Things, social media, the cloud, and data security. Students take five core classes including Business Analytics, Operations Management, Supply Chain Management and Strategic Cost Management, along with two elective classes from a list of supply chain and operation management-focused courses. 

For information about UC San Diego's overall student demographics, please view the Student Profile Reports.