The College offers the Bachelor of Business Administration degree, with majors in accounting or general business. The general business degree offers specializations in Finance, General Management, Health Care Management, Economics, and Marketing. The college provides a personalized student education through small class sizes and interaction with faculty. Most classes have caps at 40 students at the lower division level and in the upper division core. Upper division elective course enrollments have caps at 25 students. Students’ academic advisers are their professors allowing them to develop close relationships with their advisers. Mandatory office hours provide many opportunities for one-on-one conversations related to courses, academic programs, and future career goals. Our graduates say this environment is one of the best qualities of a UH Hilo business education. Students may participate in experiential learning through internships, individual research with faculty mentors, and class projects that provide for the application of business principles. An internship may be with an organization on the island of Hawai'i, within the state, on the mainland, or in another country. Community-based class projects provide students with service opportunities combined with experiential learning. The capstone course in business administration helps students integrate the functional knowledge acquired in the core business classes through team-based analysis and decision-making in challenging management case studies.