2020-2021 Online and Continuing Education Catalog 
    
    May 12, 2021  
2020-2021 Online and Continuing Education Catalog

Business Administration



The Business Administration program offers courses that will prepare students for a wide range of careers in for profit and not‐for‐profit organizations. The program emphasizes innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability and students learn to recognize opportunities, and create economic and social value. Students will learn analytical and creative approaches to management that focus on experiential education, leadership and teamwork. The blending of business and liberal arts courses provides a strong foundation that enables students to develop the critical thinking skills essential for success in a rapidly‐changing global economy.

The bachelor’s degree program may be completed in 4 years for students who carry a full course load of 30 credits per year.

The associate’s degree program may be completed in 2 years for students who carry a full course load of 30 credits per year.

Bachelor of Arts Learning Outcomes


Students who complete the program will be able to:

  • Students will apply language and principles of accounting, marketing, management and finance
  • Students will analyze decisions, using quantitative methods and information systems
  • Students will evaluate the legal, ethical and global environments
  • Students will develop effective decisions and actions for sustainable enterprise

Associate of Arts Degree Learning Outcomes


Students who complete the program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in a business setting. 
  • Describe the introductory concepts, basic theories and fundamental practices in the principal functional areas of business. 
  • Apply basic business principles to support sustainable

Programs

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    Courses

      Business Administration

      Please note: specific courses offered in any academic year are subject to changes depending on enrollment and academic needs.

       

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