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Bachelor of Science in

Business Administration Degree

Program Description

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration prepares students for entry-level management positions in business, industry and non-profit organizations. The program provides the foundational background for students seeking to acquire a high-level of knowledge from a broad base of business concepts to create solutions to contemporary business problems. Students will acquire the critical knowledge and skills needed to integrate management, marketing, accounting, and finance concepts to develop strategies to improve short-, medium-, and long-term organizational performance.

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Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program, students will have acquired the knowledge and skills to:

  • Analyze the external and internal influences on business institutions and practices
    Identify and analyze legal and/or ethical issues that arise in business practices and institutions.
  • Identify the structures in business organizations that can be managed for productivity.
  • Differentiate the roles and tasks of business leaders and professionals in business, industry, and non-profit organizations.
  • Use technology and other resources to remain current in the student’s chosen business field.
  • Demonstrate effective written communication skills in a business environment. Enter a graduate level program without further academic preparation.
  • Make effective business decisions using analytical and critical thinking skills

Program Plan for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree

BUS 110Business Fundamentals3
MGT 214Principles of Management3
BUS 254Ethical Decision Making in Business3
BUS 220Principles of Marketing3
ACC 201Principles of Accounting II3
BUS 240Managing Perf/Dev Teams3
ECON 315Principles of Microeconomics3
BUS 350Quantitative Methods3
MGT 424Leadership in Organizations3
MGT 464Organizational Behavior3
FIN 444Finance for Managers3
MGT 474Fundamentals of Project Management3
 CORE TOTAL60
ENG 160English Composition I3
COM 100Introduction to Communications3
MAT 130Concepts of Fundamental Math3
ENG 170English Composition II3
COM 420Managerial Communications3
CMP 101Introduction to Computers3
ACC 200Principles of Accounting I3
ECON 310Principles of Macroeconomics3
BUS 330Human Resource Management3
MGT 440Operations Management3
BUS 499Senior Capstone3
 GENERAL ED TOTAL33
BUS 205Business Research & Communications3
BUS 315Business Information Systems3
BUS 434Internet Marketing3
BUS 395International Business3
BUS 484Entrepreneurship3
ACC 220Financial Accounting3
ACC 225Managerial Accounting3
ACC 300Intermediate Accounting I3
ACC 301Intermediate Accounting II3
ACC 302Intermediate Accounting III3
ACC 320Cost Accounting I3
ACC 321Cost Accounting II3
ACC 400Auditing I3
ACC 401Auditing II3
ACC 415Advanced Accounting3
ACC 480Forensic Accounting I3
ACC 481Forensic Accounting II3
FIN 245Personal Finance3
FIN 460Federal Taxation I3
FIN 461Federal Taxation II3
MGT 315Customer Relations Management3
MGT 494Strategic Management3
 ELECTIVE HOURS27
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