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TitleTypes of Jobs You Can Get With An Entrepreneurship Degree
Urlhttps://www.americanexpress.com/en-us/business/trends-and-insights/articles/8-jobs-you-can-get-with-an-entrepreneurship-degree/
DescriptionLearn how you can use your business entrepreneurship degree to get a job. Here is a list of jobs where your entrepreneurship degree can be useful
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BodyTypes of Jobs You Can Get With An Entrepreneurship DegreeMike MichalowiczAuthor, Profit FirstSummary. If you're not ready to start your own business, fret not. You can use your business entrepreneurship degree to get a job. Read on to find a list of jobs where your entrepreneurship degree can be useful.So, you studied entrepreneurship and got the major. Congratulations! But maybe you don’t want to start your own company after all, or at least not quite yet. Don’t fret. All that studying and training you spent on learning about entrepreneurship is not wasted. You may just be surprised at how many options you really have out there. There are many other options and very few limitations. Rather than simply focusing on the “entrepreneurial” aspect of your degree, consider all that you learned to get that degree. Most likely there were courses that covered creativity, innovation, ethics, marketing, finance and a wide variety of other topics. Focus on those skills and concepts and see where you can use them in the Fortune 50 job world. This is only a small snapshot of what you can do with an entrepreneurial degree. All of these places will help you gain valuable insight and hands-on experience that can either be used to further your career working for someone else, or help you become a more effective leader, should you decide to go out on your own. 1. Mid-level Management for an Entrepreneurship Degree Holder. At big companies, the C-level folks develop ideas, the ground force does the work and mid-level management converts the idea into execution. Graduates with entrepreneurial degrees are well-suited for this opportunity. 2. Business Consultant. The Fortune 500 is ripe with business consultants. They need people who can go to a client site, identify problems and fix them. That is what an entrepreneur does, and that is why this job is perfect for you. You have the training to help identify things that others may not pick up on and the training to know how to fix them. 3. Sales. Someone who works in sales or runs the department needs to know how businesses run. They need to know how to represent a company, manage accounts and follow up on leads.  4. Research and Development. To work in R&D, you need to understand business concepts, procedures and practices. With all of the training and education someone has received learning about entrepreneurship, they are well prepared for this type of position. 5. Not-for-Profit Fundraiser. Being able to raise funds requires understanding the importance of business and networking relationships. It is a great place for someone with this type of degree because you will have experience in studying advanced concepts that can be used to your advantage on the job. 6. Teacher. Now here me out on this one. I am not suggesting that you go teach entrepreneurship. I suggest you teach a core competency (e.g., math, history, literature, etc.), but teach students the entrepreneurial side. Teach them the benefits of math to business, history to innovation, and literature to persuasive advertising. 7. Recruiter. Having had courses that cover operations management, leadership and a variety of others, you most likely have a keen sense of what type of person is needed to fulfill a position. Companies who use recruiters rely upon someone being not just people savvy, but having an in-depth business sense as well. 8. Business Reporter. If you can write articles, or pick up a quick class to learn it, you are in a prime position to take the lead on covering a local business beat. You will understand the field and concepts and can use your knowledge to make the business section that much more interesting and telling. A version of this article was originally published on May 26, 2011.Want to Dig Deeper?LeadershipBuilding Your Team
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TitleBusiness - SNHU
Urlhttps://degrees.snhu.edu/subjects/business
DescriptionAt Southern New Hampshire University, we believe there are no limits on what you can do, what you can be, or what you can achieve. This is a University that goes the extra mile - so you can too
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TitleCollege of Business | CSU
Urlhttps://www.charlestonsouthern.edu/academics/college-of-business/
DescriptionThe College of Business is committed to preparing students to be responsible and successful business leaders. Become market-ready leaders with hands-on learning experiences through internship and consultancy opportunities
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BodyCollege of Business HOME > Academics > College of Business Contact. David Palmer. Dean of the College of [email protected] CSU Admissions. Hunter CenterP843-863-7050 [email protected] Connect with us. Welcome! The College of Business is committed to preparing students to be responsible and successful business leaders who reflect the university’s dedication to academic excellence and Christian principles. Both our undergraduate and graduate students receive a high quality business education that will enhance their career prospects and job performance. Looking for a university and department committed to Christ, community and commerce? Look no further than Charleston Southern University. Students at Charleston Southern University receive excellent teaching, professorial mentoring and experiential learning. Become market-ready leaders with hands-on learning experiences through internship and consultancy opportunities. Located in one of the fastest growing areas of the United States, Charleston is a prime spot for internships, service projects, interaction with local executives at large corporations and small nonprofits, and just a short drive to historic downtown Charleston and beautiful beaches. In 2019, the College of Business launched the Center for Personal Financial Management. Learn more about it here. Our mission? To honor God by preparing individuals for success in life through programs that integrate best business practices and timeless biblical principles. Apply NowRequest Info The College of Business consists of eight undergraduate degree programs. BBA AccountingBBA EntrepreneurshipBBA Financial ManagementBBA Global Marketplace EngagementBBA Human Resource ManagementBBA ManagementBBA MarketingBBA Supply Chain Management The College of Business consists of three graduate degree programs, with many emphases. Master of Business Administration (flexible and 10-month accelerated options)Master of Arts in Organizational LeadershipMaster of Science in Human Resource Management Charleston Southern University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE: Master of Business AdministrationMaster of Arts in Organizational LeadershipBachelor of Business Administration Public Disclosure of Student AchievementMember Status Get Plugged In! InternshipsThe internship program allows students to get supervised work experience and the opportunity to apply what they have learned in the classroom to the business world. Internships allow students to earn academic credit and explore career choices. Internship experiences add to students’ resumes and can often lead to employment after graduation. Because of CSU’s location, students have access to internships in a broad array of industries, companies, and nonprofit organizations. Honor SocietySigma Beta Delta is an international honor society recognizing scholarship and achievement in business and promoting personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service. The Business School invites qualified juniors, seniors and second year MBA students to become members. Sigma Beta Delta is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Center for Personal Financial ManagementLearn more on important topics such as the biblical view of money, stewardship, budgeting, debt management, investing, charitable giving and wealth management. The Center provides a four-pronged approach to meeting the needs of our campus: Freshman seminar modules and Buc$ense Personal financial management courses Peer-to-peer counseling for students Financial literacy promotion at churches and schools by CSU students LEARN MORE Board of AdvisorsRichard R. Tinervin Chair of BOA Principal, Tinervin Advisors Charleston, SC Jon W. Bechtel Private Enterprise Nashville, TN Harry Carter, PhD Provost Emeritus, Georgia Southern University Professor Emeritus, The Citadel Raleigh, NC Herbert L. Drayton, III President and CEO, Vertical Holdings, LLC Charleston, SC Troy Hall, PhD Chief Strategy Officer, South Carolina Federal Credit Union Charleston, SC Elizabeth Hogue, Esq. Attorney Summerville, SC Laura M. Knotts Co-founder, LaunchPath Innovation Charleston, SC Roger S. Nielsen President, Abbey Color Philadelphia, PA ScholarshipsFor undergraduate scholarship opportunities, click here. For graduate scholarship opportunities, click here. ResourcesHis Way at Work Global CEO, Christ Patton – 4/8/21 CSU Chapel with Peter Freissle – 3/24/21 College of Business News. New Miss CSU crowned for first time in 2 yearsNew Miss CSU crowned for first time in 2 years. After a night of sparkle, song and science experiments on Saturday, a new Miss Charleston …READ MORE: New Miss CSU crowned for first time in 2 yearsFirst accelerated MBA cohort crosses finish lineFirst accelerated MBA cohort crosses finish line. In 10 short months, six students in Charleston Southern University’s Accelerated MBA pro…READ MORE: First accelerated MBA cohort crosses finish lineBusiness students support nonprofit, fight human traffickingBusiness students support nonprofit, fight human trafficking. Business students completed a semester-long project bringing awareness to a Latin American…READ MORE: Business students support nonprofit, fight human trafficking View the newsroom See the Calendar
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TitleOnline Business Degree Programs | Capella University
Urlhttps://www.capella.edu/lp/businessnav/
DescriptionInvest in your future with an online business degree program certificate that is flexible enough to fit your busy life
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H1With FlexPath, you can earn a bachelor’s in business in 18 months and under $18,000 or your MBA in 14 months and under $14,000.*
H2Available business programs
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BodyWith FlexPath, you can earn a bachelor’s in business in 18 months and under $18,000 or your MBA in 14 months and under $14,000.* With FlexPath, you can earn a bachelor’s in business in 18 months and under $18,000 or your MBA in 14 months and under $14,000.* *Based on fastest 25% of students. Your program length and cost will vary by transfer credits, the per-session cost, and how quickly you complete courses. Books, supplies, and other fees apply. Request program information Degree Bachelor's Certificate Doctoral Master's Learn more Close x Submitting your information,this may take a few seconds... × Start your journey with Capella Jumpstart. In order to enroll in Capella University, students need to meet a standard set of admissions requirements*. With Capella Jumpstart, we’ve created another pathway to qualifying for admission to Capella. You’re just a few steps away from building some of the basic qualifications required to be admitted to a Capella University bachelor’s program. With Capella Jumpstart, you’ll have the opportunity to enroll in two online, college-level courses–on us at our affiliate, Sophia. Once successfully completed, you can apply for admission to Capella and your Sophia courses will be eligible to transfer into a Capella bachelor’s program, saving you on tuition costs. Start Now *Capella University students must hold either a high school diploma or equivalent, and 1) be at least 24 years old, 2) be an active member or veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or 3) earned at least 24 quarter credits of prior college-level coursework. Click for more information. Available business programs. No GMAT or GRE required. Doctoral Master's Bachelor's Certificate Choose your area of study Doctoral Master's Bachelor's Certificate Doctoral. DBA - Doctor of Business Administration This program includes online coursework experiences. Specializations General Management* Organizational Leadership and Development* Strategy and Innovation* *FlexPath available Request Information PhD in Business Management This program includes online coursework and in-person experiences. Specializations General Business Management Accounting Human Resource Management Information Technology Management Leadership Project Management Strategy and Innovation Request Information Master's. Master of Business Administration This program includes online coursework. No GMAT or GRE required Specializations MBA, Self-Designed* MBA, Health Care Management* MBA, Human Resource Management* MBA, Project Management* *FlexPath available The FlexPath option for the project management specializations is not accredited by PMI-GAC. Request Information Master's in Human Resource Management This program includes online coursework. Specializations MS General Human Resource Management* MS Human Resource Management Health Care* *FlexPath available Request Information Bachelor's. BS in Business This program includes online coursework experiences. Specializations BS in Business, Accounting* BS in Business, Accounting CPA BS in Business, Business Administration* BS in Business, Finance BS in Business, Health Care Management* BS in Business, Human Resource Management* BS in Business, Management and Leadership* BS in Business, Marketing BS in Business, Project Management* *FlexPath available The FlexPath option for the project management specializations is not accredited by PMI-GAC. Request Information Certificate. Certificates in Business These certificates include online coursework. Choose one of the following certificate options: Undergraduate Certificate in Business, Accounting Graduate Certificate in Business, Human Resource Management *FlexPath available Request Information Accreditations & recognitions . Capella University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Choose the learning format that’s right for you . Each of us thrives in different environments, which is why we offer quality online learning formats that are flexible, affordable, and supportive. All of our programs are available in the GuidedPath format, while select programs are also available in our self-paced option, FlexPath. Follow our lead. We’ll set the weekly coursework schedule; you meet the deadlines. Pay per course. The familiar way to pay for your tuition with price varying by courseload or term, pay for what you take. Interactive setting. Online discussions with faculty and classmates, plus regular check-ins with your academic coach. Self-paced. Set your own deadlines, move through courses at your own speed. Control your cost. Take one or two core courses at a time and complete as many as you want in 12 weeks for one flat fee.* 1:1 engagement. Get learning support from tutors, detailed feedback from faculty, and personalized planning from coaches. *Books, supplies, and other fees apply. Military Tuition Assistance (TA) is not available for FlexPath. Smart financing Capella Progress Rewards are scholarships for eligible new students, including $15K for a BS in Business, $2.5K for an MBA or $20K for a PhD in Business Management. The best part is, they aren’t need-based and never have to be repaid. Eligibility rules and exclusions apply. Connect with us for details.  “Achieving my MBA really gives me the confidence to fully participate in the work that I do every day.” Suzanne Taddei MBA FlexPath Actual Capella graduate who agreed to appear in Capella promotional materials. Get the support you need . Faculty & staff . Enrollment counselors Academic coaches Financial aid advisor Scholar-practitioner faculty Academic assistance . Tech support 24/7 Capella library Career center Learning and study strategy tools Financial resources . Assistance creating a financial plan Employer and association discounts Financial aid information Scholarships details 92% 92% of alumni are satisfied with their Capella education. Alumni Outcomes Survey 2020-2021 Back close x Close Close×
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TitleWhat You Need to Know About Becoming a Business ...
Urlhttps://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/business-commerce-major-overview
DescriptionBusiness majors will study economics, accounting, management, marketing, finance, ethics and communications. ... Students in a business major learn fundamental business knowledge in accounting, international business, finance, marketing, project management, economics and more.
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TitleBusiness Degree Guide: 10 Types of Business Majors and the Differences Between Them | Indeed.com
Urlhttps://www.indeed.com/career-advice/finding-a-job/types-of-business-majors
DescriptionLearn about the different types of business majors in high demand including national average salary, degree information and career opportunities for each major
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BodyBusiness Degree Guide: 10 Types of Business Majors and the Differences Between ThemBy Indeed Editorial TeamDecember 8, 2021TwitterLinkedInFacebookEmailCopy to ClipboardShow TranscriptRelated video: 5 Best Interview Tips for College StudentsIn this video, we share the interview tips that all college students should know—including how to leverage all of your experience so you stand out to employers.A business degree can be beneficial in nearly every industry and open the door to several career paths upon graduation. Choosing the right business major concentration can be vital to preparing you for success in the career you want, whether your passion is finance or entrepreneurship. Business degrees are offered across every level of post-secondary education—from certificate programs up to the doctoral level. In this article, we discuss the differences between 10 business majors so you can make an informed decision about your own education. Related: The Highest-Paying Business MajorsHow to choose a business major. There are several factors to consider when choosing a business major, including:Interests: Your personal interests are important when choosing a major because you will have to invest a significant amount of time in courses related to the major topic you choose. If you are naturally interested in the information you are learning it will be easier to stay motivated while pursuing your degree and you will likely perform better in your courses.Skills and strengths: Besides your interests, think about the skills that are naturally a strength for you or that you have already developed through previous educational and work experience. Certain skills help you succeed in different majors. For example, someone who has naturally strong mathematical skills may consider a major like accounting or finance.Salary: Some majors lead to careers with higher average salaries than others. Think about the lifestyle you want to have and the salary you will need to earn to enjoy that lifestyle when choosing your major. Career: The type of career you want to pursue after you earn your degree is a major factor in determining the right major for you. You should think about the career paths and job titles you are most interested in and then research the majors preferred by employers for those specific roles.Work-life balance: Maintaining a healthy work-life balance that makes you happy is important. Certain careers, such as positions in upper-level management, may require you to devote more time to your work than what other careers require. You should consider how much time you are comfortable dedicating to achieving your career goals and how that fits into creating a healthy work-life balance when you are choosing a major.Related: The Best Business Degrees for Your Field10 types of business majors. Pursuing a specialized business degree can provide both a solid business foundation and a career-focused curriculum within a specific discipline. Here is a list of some of the top types of business majors:AccountingMarketingSalesFinanceInternational businessHuman resourcesHealth services administrationManagement information systemsBusiness administration and managementMaster of Business Administration1. Accounting. National average salary: $43,054 – $68,369 per year Degree information: Accounting majors learn how to track, analyze and manage financial statements, prepare financial documents and manage business operations. Besides your degree, you can prepare to take the certified public account licensure exam. Typical coursework for this program includes accounting, accounting information systems, business law, auditing, cost accounting and tax accounting. Career opportunities: People who major in accounting may have job titles like:AccountantTax internFinancial analystRelated: 16 Accounting Jobs That Pay Well2. Marketing. National average salary: $42,449 – $92,970 per year Degree information: Marketing majors learn about product promotion, product pricing, brand awareness, consumer research and how to target consumer behavior through advertising. Typical coursework for this program includes advertising and promotion, marketing communications, international marketing, marketing management, professional selling and sales management, consumer behavior, marketing research and marketing strategy. Career opportunities: People who major in marketing may have job titles like:Marketing specialistMarketing communications managerMedia directorAccounts assistantCopywriterSocial media specialistRelated: 15 Marketing Jobs That Pay Well3. Sales. National average salary: $41,071 – $141,533 per year Degree information: Sales majors learn how to sell products and services to both consumers and businesses. Typical coursework for this program includes topics like business economics, entrepreneurship and sales skills. Career opportunities: People who major in sales may have job titles like:Regional sales managerAccount executiveAccount managerVice president of salesRetail sales associateRelated: 15 Sales Jobs That Pay Well4. Finance. National average salary: $68,369 – $105,151 per year Degree information: Finance majors learn the basics of finance including accounting, economics, project management, business principles and how to use this information to help companies and individuals plan for the future. Finance majors learn about investments and how to make long-term plans. Typical coursework for this program includes accounting and statistics for financial analysis, financial markets and institutions, investments, analysis of financial statements, financial management and international finance. Career opportunities: People who major in finance may have job titles like:Financial analystInvestment analystPrivate equity associateRelated: Your Guide to Careers in Finance5. International business. National average salary: $12.74 – $27.01 per hour Degree information: International business majors learn about emerging financial markets, global banking, cultural behaviors, international business management and international monetary policy. International business majors are beneficial to individuals seeking to join a global company upon graduation. Typical coursework for this program includes business ethics, derivatives and financial markets, foreign language, global logistics, intercultural communication, international finance, international marketing and international operations. Career opportunities: People who major in international business may have job titles like:Supply chain analystOperations associateLogistics specialistCompliance officerBusiness development manager6. Human resources. National average salary: $41,803 – $73,268 per year Degree information: Human resources majors learn how to recruit and retain skilled talent, interviewing skills, state and federal workplace regulations and how to train and motivate employees. Typical coursework for this program includes compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, legal issues in employment, organizational behavior, performance management, staffing, statistics and training and development. Career opportunities: People who major in human resources may have job titles like:Human resources generalistHuman resources associateHuman resources specialistHuman resources managerStudent advisorRelated: 12 Human Resources Jobs That Pay Well7. Health services administration. National average salary: $17.68 – $25.14 per hour Degree information: Health services administration majors learn all aspects of managing and overseeing health care facilities like hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes, and long-term care and the services they provide. Typical coursework for this program includes accounting, health care administration, health care law, health care policy, anatomy and physiology, health care ethics, health care finance, long-term care and aging, economics of health care, epidemiology, human resources management and statistics. Career opportunities: People who major in health services administration may have job titles like:Behavioral health professionalPublic health nurseService administratorAdministrative CoordinatorClinical specialistRelated: 12 Healthcare Jobs That Pay Well8. Management information systems. National average salary: $38,537 – $121,212 per year Degree information: Management information systems majors study technology and learn how information systems can be used in business. Typical coursework for this program includes database design, ecommerce, emerging technologies, financial information systems, managing information systems, networks and telecommunication, programming for systems development, project management and practice and systems analysis and design. Career opportunities: People who major in management information systems may have job titles like:Data analystDatabase administratorInternal auditorInformation technology internInformation technology specialistRisk manager9. Business administration and management. National average salary: $53,510 – $102,537 per year Degree information: Business administration and management majors learn the fundamentals of business, how businesses operate, how to analyze a businesses’ strengths and weaknesses, how to create organizational strategies and how companies plan and implement industry changes. Typical coursework for this program includes operations management, financial management, management information systems, accounting, business statistics, business ethics and law, business policy and strategy, economics, human resources management, international management and marketing. Career opportunities: People who major in business management and administration may have job titles like:General managerSenior IT analystDeputy directorAssociate professorEmployee relations manager10. Master of Business Administration. National average salary: $51,038 – $68,231 per year Degree information: A Master of Business Administration is recognized as one of the most prestigious business degrees available. After earning a bachelor's degree, individuals pursuing an MBA learn advanced business fundamentals, management principals, business organization, economics, and business law and ethics. Typical coursework for this program includes accounting, finance, applied statistics, business communication, business law, business ethics, managerial economics, management, entrepreneurship and marketing. Career opportunities: People who earn their MBA may have job titles like:Research analystBusiness analystProject managerC-level managers (chief financial officers and chief executive officers)Related Articles. 40 High-Paying Jobs in Omaha, Nebraska. 27 High-Paying Jobs in Raleigh, North Carolina (With Job Duties). How To Manage an Engineering Team (With Steps and Tips).
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Title20 Best Business Majors for the Future | University of the Potomac
Urlhttps://potomac.edu/best-business-majors/
DescriptionDiscover the best business majors, including required skills, job descriptions, salary information, and job search tips
DateDec 13, 2021
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H120 Best Business Degrees to Get [2022 Guide]
H21. Project Management
2. Entrepreneurship
3. E-Commerce
4. Marketing
5. Finance
6. International Business
7. Business Administration
8. Accounting
9. Human Resources Management
10. Management Analysts
11. Business Management
12. Logistics
13. Investments and Securities
14. Industrial Production Management
15. Data analysis
16. Management Information Systems
17. Statistics
18. Economics
19. Health Administration
20. Supply Chain Management
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H2WithAnchors1. Project Management
2. Entrepreneurship
3. E-Commerce
4. Marketing
5. Finance
6. International Business
7. Business Administration
8. Accounting
9. Human Resources Management
10. Management Analysts
11. Business Management
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14. Industrial Production Management
15. Data analysis
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Body20 Best Business Degrees to Get [2022 Guide] Written by Potomac IT [email protected] ARTICLE TABLE OF CONTENTS ShareWhen we rank the best business majors, we usually do so depending on different factors. The perspective of the reader, in pursuit of a career, is subjective, and he or she may value different things regarding a future they want to build. The best business degrees usually stand out because of the high demand, hence – high salaries and growth opportunities. This is why we pulled together a group of business major superlatives, gathered from the Bureau of Labor Statistics along with the data regarding the projected growth foreseen for these careers until 2026. Interested in a career in Business Administration? Fill out the form and get all the detailed information you need regarding your chosen program. Since businesses have become increasingly international, organizations are looking to recent graduates to embrace this globalization and capitalize on their expanding reach. Apparently, 23% of all degrees earned are business-related. Read below to find out which types of business degrees and salaries rule our list of best business majors: 1. Project Management. ARTICLE TABLE OF CONTENTS Average Salary: $98,228 Projected growth: 12.85% Courses to take: Micro and Macroeconomics Operations Management Supply Chain Management The success of a project varies on its manager. A project manager delivers the project and plans ahead its objectives. Whereas companies are always initiating projects to increase revenue, minimize cost, and increase the economy. For this, a career in project management is demanding as good project managers are the most sought professionals of this industry. Most specifically, as a project manager, you will be involved in: The supervision of projects Conception, Planning, Budgeting, Procuring materials and talent, Managing personnel, Communicating internally and externally, Ensuring quality and Completing the project on time and within budget. A major in project management is worthwhile if you like to manage workflows, costs, supplies, and employees. This degree will teach you how to plan and complete different-sized projects. You can work as a program manager, project manager, or business analyst in healthcare, manufacturing, education, online services, or other industries after earning your degree. Salary and job outlook. The average salary of project managers in the United States is $81,666 per year, according to Indeed.com. However, the pay can vary widely depending on the job position, location, and years of experience. Furthermore, those trained in this discipline have a pretty promising career outlook. It is estimated that an additional 22 million jobs will be added to the sector by 2027, representing an estimated 33% growth rate for this industry. 2. Entrepreneurship. Average Salary: $158,560 Projected growth: 9.58% Courses to take: Capital Management Global Business Product Development According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were about 9.6 million self-employed workers in 2016—and BLS projects this number to increase to 10.3 million by 2026. One in every four millennials reports wanting to own a business of their own or work as an entrepreneur. So if you’re asking yourself what business major should I choose to have a secure future, then entrepreneurship just might be the answer. A major in this field equip people with the necessary skills to lead business operations and provides them with insights on key decision-making processes in a business. With a background in marketing, finance, public relations, and human resources, you have a unique, competitive advantage over your peers. Note that the demand for the entrepreneurship degree is not only because people want to be their own bosses. It’s also because companies have realized that they need employees with an entrepreneurial mindset, who know how to grow a business and keep nourishing it. It gives you the necessary knowledge and skills to start and run businesses, manage them effectively, or even buy existing ones, and it teaches you how to reduce the risk that is inherent in any business venture. Many entrepreneurship majors advance to establish careers as sales managers with very high median salaries. Salary and job outlook. The average salary of an entrepreneurship professional is $75,473 per year, according to Indeed.com, though earnings vary by company and level of responsibility. According to the CareerExplorer.com, this career should provide moderate employment opportunities for the foreseeable future. 3. E-Commerce. Average Salary: $127,870 Projected growth: 8.75% Courses to take: Analysis of information & E-systems Data Mining Emerging Information Technologies The main reason why globalization has become the new market situation is because of the rise of electronic businesses. E-commerce is changing the way traditional firms operate and structure their organizations. It provides business people the opportunity to connect with their partners or customers halfway around the world, by constantly shifting the principles of electronic retailing. A business degree program in e-commerce combines economic principles with software applications to help you use the Internet to create business opportunities. You may find yourself working within an online existing business or as an entrepreneur for your own e-marketing venture. Your job roles can include: market research, product buying decisions, and Web design or maintenance, so it might not be the easiest business major to choose. Though, it will definitely be rewarding in the long term considering that technology is here to stay! Those who major in e-commerce are trained for the complexities of business and management information systems. They will get extensive knowledge about how online selling services work and ways in which they can be utilized to sell a product or service. Furthermore, they will acquire skills such as planning, management, marketing, and so on. Salary and job outlook. There are many e-commerce positions available, including e-commerce specialists, e-commerce managers, entrepreneurs, internet markets, application designers, and many others with estimated earnings of nearly $64,542 annually, according to Indeed.com. BLS projects that employment in this industry will continue to rise, reaching almost 450,000 jobs by 2026. 4. Marketing. Average Salary: $112,800 Projected growth: 12.82% Courses to take: Sales Management Public Relations Market research A company’s strategy to connect to its customers may make or break the company’s success. This relationship defines whether the consumer will trust your product and buy it. That is why the demand for advertising, market research, public relations, community involvement is outstanding. Marketing is not only about selling things; it is a responsible position that requires an understanding of the product that you want to sell, the audience you want to attract, as well as the company that offers that product or service. A business marketing major will allow you to explore a great variety of methodologies that help businesses sell their products. This program teaches you about economics, finances, business administration, public relations, human resources, and statistics. Further, you will learn the importance of creating organizational culture and management within a company. Salary and job outlook. These professionals have the most career options open, and it is a position that pays well over $140,000 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Plus, about 31,100 openings for this position are expected each year, BLS reports. Marketing careers have some of the highest rates of job growth on our list. You can even focus on broader perspectives and study the global marketplace if you want to aim for international marketing. Nevertheless, if you already have some sense of creativity, combined with critical thinking, then this may be the easiest business major for you. All the things you learn along the way will feel natural. 5. Finance. Finance affects pretty much every field of business, as companies use financial information to make strategic plans that boost profitability. A finance major will teach you: Measurement and management of financial risk Asset pricing Building financial models Portfolio management Presenting financial information This degree opens many career paths for you; you can work as a financial analyst, economist, funds manager, investment banker, financial advisor, and the list goes on. Salary and job outlook. The median annual wage for business and financial occupations was $72,250 in May of 2020, which was higher than the average for all occupations, according to BLS. And the employment in business and financial fields is expected to grow 8 percent over the next decade. Average Salary: $99,330 Projected growth: 11.5% Courses to take: Business Law Project M Management Corporate Finance Graduates with a degree in Finance are invaluable to any business venture. They are the go-to professionals for all matters related to government policy, international relations, and important business decisions. With a major in Finance, you can tick all the boxes of employment expectations: High salary, high rate of employment, and high projected number of jobs for the upcoming decade. Three times the usage of ‘high’ indicates that a career in Finance can take you places. Besides, nowadays, you can manage multiple companies and their businesses even remotely. They won’t mind as long as you get the job done and help them manage their money properly. Salary and job outlook. The median annual wage for business and financial occupations was $72,250 in May of 2020, which was higher than the average for all occupations, according to BLS. And the employment in business and financial fields is expected to grow 8 percent over the next decade. 6. International Business. Average Salary: $73,580 Projected Growth: 7.9% Courses to take: Global Banking Emerging Markets Global Outsourcing Strategy If you are interested in how businesses operate globally, an international business major could be the right option to pursue, and the average annual wage is more than enough to motivate you. This degree provides you with all the necessary knowledge and skills related to how businesses work, and how you can contribute to their international success. The whole emphasis of International Business relies on cross-cultural collaboration. So a simple heads up, you’re expected to know or learn foreign languages and be proficient in business ethics & international markets. Through this major, you will be equipped with the right set of skills to run a business on a global scale. You may have also heard the term international trade or commerce. They all apply to commercial transactions that take place between governments and businesses from different countries. You will find yourself working as a logistician, management analyst, or business development specialist. And most certainly, you will find yourself traveling a lot! Salary and job outlook. The graduate students can find a job at a plethora of positions, and earn over $72.000 per year, according to Payscale.com. And the employment rate for these professionals is projected to grow by 8 percent, according to BLS. 7. Business Administration. Average Salary: $62,900-$137,020 Projected Growth: 8.75 Courses to take: Operations Management Human Resources Business Strategy Business administrators are the people who keep businesses on track. These professionals operate small businesses or major corporations, and they analyze a business’s strengths and weaknesses, figure out the best ways to make a profit, and steer companies through difficult situations. An MBA degree will provide you with many transferable skills and is versatile enough to appeal to a range of different employees in the world of business and Finance. Through business administration/management, you will be equipped with a general doing business mindset, that covers multiple industries and programs. With all its diversity and usefulness, Business Administration ranks fifth in NACE’s list on the top 10 degrees in demand. Though courses may vary by program, of course, students typically are expected to enroll and study these subjects: operations management, financial management, management information systems, accounting, business statistics, business ethics and law, business policy and strategy, economics, human resources management, international management, and marketing. Salary and job outlook. The national average salary for business administrators and managers is $98,890 per year, according to the BLS. And the employment of administrators and managers is projected to grow 9%. 8. Accounting. Average salary: $92,910 Projected growth: 11.5% Courses to take: Financial Reporting Managerial Accounting Business Law The highest number of industries are employing graduates of this major. According to NACE, 60.6% of employee respondents that were surveyed said that they are in a constant hunt for accountants. A Bachelor of Science in Accounting will prepare you for various wealthy careers in the corporate world. You will be expected to have a fundamental understanding of accounting concepts and principles, such as tax law, legal documents, or other business operations. Coursework includes the general finance courses, with some exceptions and more profound focus on accountability. As an accountant, you will have a number of responsibilities, such as keeping financial records, auditing statements for discrepancies,submitting tax forms, processing payroll checks, and preparing financial reports. So, if you like helping different organizations manage their finances and solve business challenges, this major may just be the right one for you. Salary and job outlook. According to the BLS, the 2020 average annual salary for accountants and auditors is $75,560. They also project a 7 percent growth rate over the next ten years for these occupations. 9. Human Resources Management. Average Salary: $83,048 Projected growth: 7.7% Courses to take: General business administration and management Labor and industrial relations Office management Psychology Human resources management deals with current and future challenges around employment and the forces shaping workspaces and company’s performance. As a human resources management student, you will learn about labour laws and industrial relations policies, analyzing current issues in work and employment, managing diversity, solving problems in the area of human resource management, as well as negotiating. The high employee turnover rate of nowadays is making corporates appreciate Human Resource Managers the most. Finding an adequate approach to keep training, developing employees, and building the capacity of new hires is an asset. Of course, administering benefits and ensuring employees health, safety, and overall well-being adds up to the long requirements from an HR. But the reward of a major in this industry and to this career as a whole is definitely fulfilling. Salary and job outlook. According to the BLS, the average annual wage for human resources managers was $121,220 in May 2020. The employment of human resources managers is expected to grow 9% from 2020 to 2030, about as fast as the average for all occupations. 10. Management Analysts. Average Salary: $82,450 Projected growth: 14.77% Courses to take: Ethics & leadership Financial analysis Global markets Also known as consultants, management analysts are in demand because of their input into improving an organization’s efficiency. Managerial skills are constantly on the need, and these consultants advise upper management on how to enhance their company’s performance. They do this by solving their organizational problems, evaluating new market expansion programs, or simply adapting to different operation strategies. Some of the most important skills that this major helps you develop are: Strong analytical skills Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) Strong interpersonal skills Great problem-solving skills Good time management skills Salary and job outlook. The national average salary estimate for a management analyst was $87,660 per year. This equates to an hourly salary of $42.14. And the employment of these professionals is expected to grow 14% from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average growth rate for all occupations, BLS reports. 11. Business Management. Courses to take: Business law Entrepreneurship Supply-side marketing Researching and writing reports international business Finance Management information systems Human resource management Business management is a great choice for students who are interested in administration, managing teams, and leading businesses or organizations. This degree prepares you for leadership by offering a broad foundation in business basics. By earning a business management degree, you will develop a well-rounded set of professional skills in various fields such as accounting, budgeting, marketing, planning, hiring, and leadership. Salary and job outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, management careers offer high salaries and strong expected demand. On average, professionals with a bachelor’s in business management earn about  $66,000 per year, according to PayScale. However, salaries vary widely depending on the location, industry, and job title. 12. Logistics. Courses to take: Logistics management Statics Global logistics and transportation management Microeconomics and macroeconomics A degree in logistics prepares students for a career planning the transport and distribution of products for sale. A logistics degree allows you to learn logistics management, statistics, micro and macroeconomics, transportation management, accounting principles, analysis logistics systems, logistics management, and so on. Logistics degree graduates usually advance to a manager, logistics planner, and field director positions. And their salary and job prospect is pretty satisfactory too. Salary and Job Outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, logistics make about $76,270 per year or $36.67 per hour. And their employment is expected to grow by 30 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations. More than 24,000 job openings are projected each year over the decade. Many of these openings will result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or retire, BLS reports. 13. Investments and Securities. Courses to take: Economics Finance Financial modeling Management Risk management Some of the topics that you will encounter during your bachelor’s degree in investments and securities degree include investment planning, hedge funds, financial reporting and policy, and so on. If you are interested in the financial market and want to pursue a fast-paced career, this degree is the right one for you. Students who earn a bachelor’s in investments and securities often work as investment consultants, strategy investment managers, and financial service sales agents. Salary and job outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, these professionals make about $64,770 per year or $31.14 per hour. And the employment of securities, commodities and financial services sales agents is expected to grow 4 percent from 2020 to 2030. 14. Industrial Production Management. Courses to take: Data analytics Macro and microeconomics Statistics Accounting Finance Management Industrial production mainly focuses on manufacturing products. These professionals create and maintain efficient operations and ensure a safe working environment that meets strict regulations. A degree in industrial production teaches courses such as supply management and procurement, manufacturing control and planning, and logistics management. Industrial production managers also work with suppliers and managers from other departments to improve the quality of the product and determine and fix any defects. Salary and job outlook. The average salary for industrial production managers is $108,790 per year or $52.30 per hour. Furthermore, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics foresees a 5 percent growth in employment for these professionals. 15. Data analysis. Courses to take: Business analytics Bioinformatics Statistics Corporate data analysts are responsible for collecting and organizing large datasets from different sources and then interpreting these data to give meaningful business insights that will help companies identify trends and better serve their clients or enter new markets. The demand for these professionals has never been greater; the world is drowning in data, and graduates working in this field are valuable for businesses who are eager to use this data to increase their sales and profit. Salary and job outlook. The average wage for operations and research analysts, including data analysts, is $86,200 per year or $41.44 per hour.  BLS also reports that the employment of operations and research analysts (including data analysts) is expected to grow 25% from 2020 to 2030, which is a lot faster than the average for all occupations. 16. Management Information Systems. Courses to take: Project management Human resources management Network principles Information security System design This may be one of the most in-demand business majors and it is closely related to computer science. Computer and information systems managers, often called IT managers, plan, coordinate, and direct computer-related activities in a company. Some of the duties of these professionals include: Analyzing the company’s needs and recommending upgrades Ensuring the security of a company’s network and electronic documents Assessing the costs and benefits of new projects and justifying funding Planning and directing the work of other IT professionals and specialists Salary and job outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, these professionals make about $151,150 per year or $72.67 per hour. And the employment of computer and information systems managers is expected to grow 11 percent from 2020 to 2030, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. 17. Statistics. Courses to take: Calculus Probability Statistics Algebra A statistics degree opens up all kinds of doors. This degree teaches you to collect, organize, analyze and interpret numbered data sets, skills which are in high demand across various industries. Students who choose this major usually build careers in a number of fields such as marketing, banking, finance, economy, and so on. In a data-driven world, knowing how to translate data into meaningful insights is a valuable skill that organizations and companies demand. But is statistics the right choice for you? If you are a skilled mathematician who is passionate about analyzing data and solving problems, this major will probably suit you. Salary and job outlook. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, mathematicians and statisticians earn $93,290 per year or $44.85 per hour. And the employment of these experts is expected to grow 33 percent from 2020 to 2030, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. 18. Economics. Courses to take: Business economics Micro and macroeconomics Econometrics Mathematics An economics major will prepare students for demanding, wide-range roles in various areas such as business, government, nonprofits, education, law, banking, and more. Economics majors students learn how economic systems work and change in different circumstances. A major in economics will help you develop a combination of skills and insights that employers are demanding more every day, such as data analysis, mathematics, reasoning and critical thinking, general business operations and trends, writing and communication, and more. Salary and job outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, economists earn $108,350 per year or $52.09 per hour. Furthermore, the employment of these professionals is projected to grow by 13%, which is a much faster growth rate than the average for all occupations. 19. Health Administration. Courses to take: Healthcare quality management and assessments Statistics and research in healthcare Managing healthcare human resources Systems in long-term care A major in health administration prepares health professionals for critical roles in the healthcare industry. This degree teaches students how to manage organizational units and deliver healthcare services effectively. Studying health administration prepares you for administration, management, and planning positions. The duties of health administrators mostly include planning, managing, monitoring, and coordinating healthcare delivery systems These professionals usually work in hospitals and other similar facilities. Salary and job outlook. Healthcare administrators fall under the category of medical and health services managers. And according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average wage for these professionals is $104,280 per year or $50.13  per hour. Additionally, BLS projects a tremendous growth rate (32%) in employment for the next decade. 20. Supply Chain Management. Courses to take: Managing global supply chains Purchasing and supply management Revenue management If you are good at what you do, a major in supply chain management (SCM) can get you far. An SCM encompasses the design and planning of supply chain activities, along with the execution, control, and monitoring to help businesses build a competitive infrastructure and create net value. Students of a sales program learn the theoretical knowledge of supply chain management and how to apply this knowledge to real-world issues in order to improve the company’s performance and help them build a competitive infrastructure and create net value. Salary and job outlook. Supply chain management is one of the top paying career paths out there. According to Salary.com, the average supply chain manager wage is $112,351 as of November 29, 2021. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. The employment of supply chain management professionals is expected to grow by 30% from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all professions (US Bureau of Labor Statistics). Frequently Asked Questions. What Business Degree Is in High Demand? The top business degrees in demand at the moment are Project Management, Entrepreneurship, E-Commerce, Marketing, Finance. Which Business Major Makes the Most Money? The highest paying business careers relate to the majors of Entrepreneurship, E-commerce, Marketing, and Finance, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. What is the Hardest Business Major? The difficulty of a business major depends on a number of factors including natural talents, chosen courses, and school. However, one of the hardest business majors is thought to be Accounting. Do Business Majors Make More than Engineers? While this depends on the experience and position, the median salary of business and financial operations occupations is lower ($68,350) than engineers’ ($91,010). However, if you earn your MBA, common business professions will pay you considerably more. E.g. a financial manager with an MBA is paid $110,000 per year. What Are the Easiest Business Majors? Determining the easiest business majors depends on what you deem as difficult. If you want a degree with less math, go for a BABA (BA in Business Administration); if you want a degree with no creativity requirements, go for Economics and Finance majors. Are Business Degrees Worth It? While each decision is subject to personal interests, business majors currently dominate the list of top majors in demand, and this isn’t changing anytime soon. So, yes, they are worth it. Originally published December 13, 2021 9:37 am, updated January 7, 2022 Topics: Business Degree More from Business Degree . 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BodyMajor in Business at Wake Forest UniversityIn today’s fiercely competitive marketplace, you need more than just a degree. Employers are looking for students that can stand out from the crowd and contribute from day one. You’ll gain that competitive edge at the Wake Forest University School of Business. As an undergraduate business school student, you’ll be exposed to a world of opportunity that will give you the chance to develop the skills and experience that employers are seeking. With classes and activities in the inspiring new Farrell Hall, you’ll benefit from team-based learning, professional development, hands-on experience, leadership opportunities and study abroad programs. You’ll also receive personal attention and access to some of the best business minds in the country–our faculty and alumni. You will leave the School of Business armed with the practical experience and the business acumen to set you apart from the competition.The Wake Forest University School of Business offers a Bachelor of Science degree program for undergraduates.Accountancy – Prepares students for careers in accounting and consulting firms, investment banks, and other institutions. Provides a foundation for the Master of Science in Accountancy degree if accepted into the MSA program during junior year.Business and Enterprise Management (BEM) – Preserves a general business curriculum while allowing students to gain greater depth in a number of specialty areas. Emphasizes development of strong leadership and critical thinking skills, enabling students to pursue management careers in a wide range of fields.Finance – Prepares students for careers in financial services, including investment and commercial banking and financial consulting.Mathematical Business – Prepares students for careers that require advanced quantitative approaches to solving business problems. This major is offered in conjunction with the Department of Mathematics.Rankings.   Undergrad Program Leadership. Dr. Kenny Herbst Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Program, Board of Visitors Fellow in Marketing, Associate Professor of Marketing214 Farrell Hall Phone: 336.758.4215 Email: [email protected]“Our Wake Forest Undergraduate Business Program is among the nation’s best in multiple rankings. Our faculty are passionate and dedicated educators who deliver tremendous learning experiences and a rigorous curriculum. Our terrific staff take great pride in advising our students as they navigate their path to success. Our courses are market-focused. Via teaching cases and including business executives in our classrooms, we help our students hit the ground running on Day One of their job. We listen to the market and to what hiring managers want our students to understand and to be able to do. Beyond creating a classroom that prepares students to feel confident and ready to tackle business challenges, we also want our students to be successful over their entire careers. To that end, our pedagogy instills in our students a desire to become impactful, honorable, professional, and global business leaders.” Emily Allen Assistant Director, Undergraduate Integrative Student ServicesPhone: 336.758.2518 Email: [email protected]  Troy Burnett Associate Director, Undergraduate Integrative Student ServicesPhone: 336.758.2620 Email: [email protected]  Whitney Milhouse Associate Director, Undergraduate Integrative Student ServicesPhone: 336.758.2939 Email: [email protected]  Sarah Squatriglia Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Integrative Student ServicesPhone: 336.758.2672 Email: [email protected]  Seth Youngblood Associate Director, Undergraduate Integrative Student ServicesPhone: 336.758.2633 Email: [email protected] HomeUndergraduate ProgramsUndergraduate ProgramsAccountancyBusiness & Enterprise ManagementFinanceMathematical BusinessInterdisciplinary MinorsApplication ProcessProgram Brochure (Download)Contact Undergraduate AdmissionsVisit CampusAcademic Calendar Send Me Info Apply Now Email Us 336-758-5422 Quantcast [//pixel.quantserve.com/pixel/p-Lkq_kW9ac0-ST.gif?labels=_fp.event.Default]
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TitleThe Basics of Business Majors – College Board Blog
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BodyThe Basics of Business Majors College Board March 2, 2018 A degree in one of the many available business majors can offer limitless opportunities. You’ll be prepared to work in a variety of settings in business, government, nonprofit organizations and more. Whatever your interests, a major in one of the following areas will give you the knowledge and skills to work in a setting or industry that is right for you. Accounting. Accounting is more than just bookkeeping — it’s learning how to report the financial activities of a business or an individual and discovering how to make sense of the numbers. Accountants learn the language of money, and they often translate that knowledge to provide their business partners or clients with valuable information. Though you can work in this field with a bachelor’s degree, to become a certified public accountant, you’ll have to pass a specialized test. And most states require extra college credits before you can take the test. Read more... Finance. Finance majors also interpret financial data. They often use their skills to help companies, nonprofits or individuals plan for the future. Whether they’re creating budgets or planning investments, those in finance need strong math skills. If you want to work in this field as a stockbroker, you’ll need to get some professional experience and pass specialized tests. Read more... Business Management and Administration. Business managers, administrators and owners are the people who keep businesses on track. Whether they’re operating a small business or a major corporation, the same skills apply. Students majoring in this area will learn to do tasks such as the following: Analyze a business’s strengths and weaknesses Figure out the best way to make a profit Steer companies through difficult situations Read more... Marketing. Having a good product doesn't guarantee a successful business. Marketing can make the difference between a company’s success or failure. Marketing professionals figure out things like the following: How to price products Where to sell goods How to advertise and promote products The right marketing plan ensures that businesspeople make the most profit from their products. And it helps consumers find what they want at the price they need. Read more... Sales. Sales and distribution is related to marketing, but the two areas have differences. Sales programs cover topics like these: Selling skills Entrepreneurship Business economics Two-year colleges often offer associate degrees in sales. Read more... International Business. A business practice that works well in one country can be disastrous in another. For example, when KFC expanded into China, the company accidentally translated its “finger lickin’ good” slogan to “Eat your fingers off.” It was a problem KFC could have avoided. Whether a company is trying to sell products overseas or producing them there, international business knowledge is essential. If you major in this area, you’ll explore questions of how to do business across borders. Read more... The Road to an MBA. After earning a bachelor’s degree, some students choose to obtain a master’s degree in business administration, or MBA. An undergraduate major in an area of business can be good preparation for the MBA and may allow you to complete the program quickly. But any major can help you develop the skills you’ll need in business school. You just need to make sure you meet the requirements for the MBA programs you’re interested in. These requirements may include computer skills and calculus. To get into an MBA program, you’ll need to pass the GMAT, a business-school admission test. Some business schools stress having work experience and will only consider applicants who have worked full- time. More Information. You can learn more about these majors and other business majors on this website. Here's a sampling of the majors covered: Accounting Finance Business Administration and Management Marketing International Business Business Communications Real Estate Human Resources Management   Majors Tag Related Posts. 2 Min Read College Planning 5 Ways to Tour Colleges at Home . 2 Min Read 3 Min Read College Planning Tips for Making a College Decision During Coronavirus . 3 Min Read
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TitleMajors | Bryan School of Business and Economics
Urlhttps://bryan.uncg.edu/programs/undergraduate/major/
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BodyMajors HomeAll ProgramsUndergraduate ProgramsMajors Accounting. On Campus   •   Major As an accounting major, you can expect to be challenged and graduate ready to either begin an entry-level accounting career or apply to a graduate program to continue your studies in accounting or a related field.   Business Administration. On Campus   •   Major The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will provide you an excellent opportunity to build a foundation of business knowledge that applies across organizations of any size or scope.   Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies. On Campus   •   Major The Bachelor of Science in Consumer, Apparel, and Retail studies degree is available in three concentrations: apparel design, retailing and consumer studies, and global apparel and related industry studies.   Economics. On Campus   •   Major Our Bachelor’s in Economics program provides students with an understanding of economic principles, concepts, and institutions and the ability to analyze a wide variety of business and public policy issues.   Entrepreneurship. On Campus   •   Major Students will learn how to start or grow a business, and to be creative and innovative in any organization. Students will have an opportunity to interview for, and possibly obtain a scholarship for, an internship in entrepreneurship.   Finance. On Campus   •   Major This major develops a student’s understanding of the theory, organization, and operation of the financial system from both a market and a managerial viewpoint. Students are expected to develop the analytical abilities and problem-solving skills needed to identify business problems and opportunities.   Hospitality and Tourism Management. On Campus   •   Major You’ll develop the skills to think innovatively and entrepreneurially, and to communicate effectively. You’ll also increase your global awareness through international experience, and engage in sustainability-focused tourism and hospitality courses, work experience, and community projects.   Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. Online   •   Major This 60-hour online program is designed to prepare students for an academic career at a major college or university. Students will receive both a broad overview of all areas of business, while also customizing their area of focus on strategy, international business, or organizational behavior.   International Business. On Campus   •   Major In an increasingly global world, understanding the global aspects of business is of utmost importance. International business majors learn how to analyze the international environment, understand different cultures, and conduct business across countries.   Marketing. On Campus   •   Major Marketing and sales represent the revenue generating arm of a firm that determines its success and sustainability. Having such a direct effect on the success of an organization can be very satisfying and rewarding.  
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Title5 Reasons Why a Business Degree is the Right Choice
Urlhttps://www.walshcollege.edu/blog/5-reasons-why-business-degree-major
DescriptionA business degree is a great opportunity to gain marketable skills, advance your career, protect you during a recession, and provide a foundation for a master's degree or doctoral degree
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TitleBusiness Degree Program North Carolina | Business Major
Urlhttps://catawba.edu/academics/programs/undergraduate/business-administration/
DescriptionRecognized with the 2017-2018 Colleges of Distinction for Business, Catawba College offers a business degree in the field of Business Administration. The business major has 8 concentration options to choose from and is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
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BodyBUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. B.S. Degree in Business AdministrationMinor in Business Administration Home > Academics > Majors, Minors & Programs > Undergraduate > Business Administration Apply Visit Request Info Explore this Section FacultyCareer OptionsNewsFacilitiesContact UsOverviewStudent ResourcesStudent Profiles FacultyCareer OptionsNewsFacilitiesContact UsOverviewStudent ResourcesStudent Profiles Read MoreView Brochure Business Degree – Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration with Eight Concentrations. Prepare to succeed in a career in the world of business. Careers and futures in the business world have never been brighter and earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Catawba College is a key way you can prepare to shine in that world. Our mission is to prepare our business degree students for workplace success, whether in a small organization or large corporation, through a strong curriculum based on experiential learning, industry and job relevancy, and curriculum relevance. We place an emphasis on emerging growth sectors and technologies that are driving the global economy. Additionally, the Ketner School of Business at Catawba College offers new and transfer day students the opportunity to be considered for a Business scholarship.  Small classes, inspiring and informed faculty, up-to-date technology resources, and an excellent network of regional experiential learning and internship opportunities are just a few of the reasons that U.S. News ranks Catawba College #4 among the Best Regional Colleges in the South. Colleges of Distinction also cites Catawba College and its Business programs as noteworthy for demonstrating the distinctions of Engaged Students, Great Teaching, a Vibrant Community, and Successful Outcomes. Catawba’s Business degree program is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) which means that the courses we teach, the way we teach them, and the resources we provide to students in Catawba’s Ketner School of Business adhere to business world best practices. It also means that our faculty are constantly assessing and improving their teaching styles and their curricula to stay in sync with the latest trends and cycles in business. Students who pursue the B.S. Business Administration major at Catawba must choose from one of these eight concentrations: Accounting Concentration Communication Concentration Economics Concentration Entrepreneurship Concentration General Management Concentration Information Systems Concentration International Business Concentration Marketing Concentration   Minor in Business Administration (for majors in non-business disciplines only). Catawba offers a minor in Business Administration. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS. The Business Administration Bachelor of Science degree program at Catawba College offers the choice of eight concentrations: Accounting, Communication, General Management, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Information Systems, International Business, and Marketing.  All students pursuing business-related degrees in the Ketner School of Business are required to complete an internship, and any opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience, even through service learning, is encouraged. Business degree students also benefit from a strong mentorship program established by the Ketner School of Business faculty with Catawba Business alumni and supportive regional business partners. A variety of programs and professional enrichment activities are provided over the course of the year and organized through the normal function of upper administration – including guest and honorary lectures, social events, business mixers, and organized visits with alumni. Additionally, all business program faculty provide continuous individualized advising with a strictly controlled system of registration, all designed to help business program majors complete their degree programs expeditiously. Business Scholarships. New and transfer, full-time day students seeking to major in one of Catawba’s Business Degree programs may be eligible for a Business Scholarship. Applications are available online: Apply for this Scholarship Internships in Business. It is through internships at various corporations, companies and non-profit organizations that Catawba College business majors gain professional skills and beef up their resumes. Recently, Catawba business undergraduates have completed successful internships at Rowan Helping Ministries, KMPG, Philip Morris International in Poland, B/E Aerospace, and Staples. Business majors are eligible to apply for the Ketner School of Business Internship Fund to receive up to a $1,000 stipend to cover expenses while they complete an unpaid summer internship. View Recent Internships & Forms Study Abroad in Business. Travel components of recent business courses have taken Catawba College students to Japan to explore business culture and the culture of music, and to Israel to explore entrepreneurial culture and mindset. Catawba College students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business have also arranged their own semester abroad experiences to Cambodia and Panama. Business majors may also apply to receive a Ketner School of Business Travel Award to assist with costs associated with a study abroad experience, if the experience will significantly enhance a student’s educational objectives. Study abroad scholarship amounts vary based on applications received and merit. Undergraduate Research in Business. Catawba College students pursuing a business degree program regularly make research presentations regarding varied aspects of business at the state, regional and national conferences of Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL). These FBLA-PBL presentation events are challenging and require research, a written synopsis and oral presentation in front of many judges, but Catawba business majors typically are among the top-place finishers.  Business majors also compete in events at FBLA-PBL conferences that test their business knowledge and skills. Related Bachelor Degree Programs. Accounting Computer Science Digital Media Production Economics and Finance Environment & Sustainability Integrated Marketing Communication Mathematics Mathematical Finance Politics Psychology Outcomes BUSINESS DEGREE JOBS. Business Administration majors from Catawba College are shaping the business world in the following positions: CPA Financial Advisor Software Support Analyst Web Developer Search Engine Optimization Specialist Human Resource Manager Banker Small Business Owner   GRADUATE SCHOOLS. Graduate schools enrolling Catawba College Business majors: UNC-Charlotte N.C. State University UNC-Chapel Hill   "I traveled 5,000 miles to get an education from the Ketner School of Business and I have never regretted that. A tailored curriculum, together with classes made of individual and group work, perfectly prepare one for graduate school and for professional life. "The amazing accounting program, which I have been concentrating on, allowed me to get my first-choice internship and be accepted into every graduate school I applied. Thank you KSOB!" Rafal Baran '16Business Graduate (Accounting); International Student; Member of the Men's Swimming Team; Member of the Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF), DAS, International Club, and Business Honor Society Business Facilities. Entrepreneurship Lab(CEED) DigitalMedia Lab PARTICIPATE. Prepare for your foray into the business world by developing leadership skills through joining the Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda organization, the world’s largest collegiate business career student organization; the Business Honor Society; the American Marketing Association; the International Club; or Catawba’s own Student Managed Investment Fund. Business Administration Faculty Dr. Eric R. Hake Dr. Eric R. Hake is Professor of Economics and Dean of the Ketner School of Business. He teaches Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory, and Economics History. He serves as secretary to The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE), an international organization of economists and other social scientists devoted to analysis of economics as evolving, socially constructed and politically governed systems. AFEE publishes the Journal of Economic Issues (JEI). Dr. Stephen Hiatt Dr. Stephen Hiatt is a Professor of Business teaches classes in Management, Marketing, and Information Systems at Catawba. His employment history includes opening stores for a new business start-up in Mesa, Arizona that involved training managers and designing operating procedures, and work as a health & beauty aids buyer for Associated Grocers of Arizona.  A U.S. Air Force veteran, he has taught at Arizona State and Golden Gate University, among others. Karen Gaskill, MS, CPA, CGMA Assistant Professor of Accounting Karen Gaskill Yan S. Gibson, CPA, MMPA Assistant Professor of Accounting Yan S. Gibson, CPA, MMPA Dr. James “Jamie” W. Slate Dr. James “Jamie” W. Slate, Associate Professor of Economics, teaches Microeconomics. His research interests include economic history and business economics, with a particular interest in North Carolina's economic history. He is a member of the the Academy of Economics and Finance, the American Economic Association, and the Association For Evolutionary Economics. Dr. Pamela Thompson Dr. Pamela Thompson, Associate Professor of Information Systems, teaches Applications Programming, Networks and Telecommunications, and Website Design. She serves as a systems designer and consultant.  She serves as faculty advisor for Catawba’s Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) and delights in the success of Catawba’s business majors who compete at state, regional and national conferences of this organization. Dr. Jennifer Yurchisin Dr. Jennifer Yurchisin, Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing   Dr. Josh Smicker Assistant Professor and Chair of Communication Dr. Josh Smicker’s academic research investigates the use of digital media technologies—including video games, virtual reality, and mobile applications — to justify and expand a move towards the self-management of trauma.  His work connects the ways digital technologies are presented as enabling “post-traumatic growth” to changing representations of trauma in film and television, and to shifts in more general discourses of trauma, crisis, and “resilience.”  Dr. Scott Morton Assistant Professor of Communication Dr. Scott Morton is trained as a media historian, has experience in film and video production. His research interests include 20th century propaganda and the history of broadcast radio in the United States. His expertise includes creative writing, sound design, photography, and videography. He has professional experience with public relations, advertising, and computer-based technical support.  Curriculum Required Courses for B.S. in Business Administration Required Courses for B.S. in Business Administration ACC 1901, 1902 Principles of Accounting I,II 6 ECON 1901, 1902 Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics 6 ECON 2101 Business and Economic Statistics                     OR MGT 1902 Business Data Analytics 3 FIN 2535 Managerial Finance 3 IS 2501 Management Information Systems 3 MGT 2453 or 2454 Business Law I or II 3 MGT 2501 Principles of Management 3 MGT 2563 Operations Management 3 MGT 2566 Business Ethics 3 MGT 3990 Strategic Management 3 MGT 4401 Experiential Business Learning 3 MKT 2501 Principles of Marketing 3 Areas of Concentration - Selected from: • Accounting • Communication• Economics • Entrepreneurship• General Management • Information Systems • International Business• Marketing 18   Total: 60 Areas of Concentration. Hours ACCOUNTING CONCENTRATION             ACC 2501, 2502, Intermediate Accounting I, II             ACC 2701 Managerial-Cost Accounting             ACC 2801 Accounting Info Systems & Controls             ACC 3521 Taxation Accounting             ACC 3701 Auditing Total: 63333 18 COMMUNICATION CONCENTRATION     CA 1101 Public Speaking CA 1110 Introduction to Mass Media CA 2255 Writing for Media CA 3260 Media Law and Ethics Electives in Communications Total: 33336 18 ECONOMICS CONCENTRATION               ECON 2401 Comparative Economic Systems               ECON 2901 Money & Banking               ECON 3401 Environmental Economics               ECON 3901 International Economics Electives in Business at 2000 level or above Total: 33336 18 ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONCENTRATION ENT 2501 Introduction to Entrepreneurship ENT 2510 Entrepreneurial Leadership ENT 3501 Financing New Business Ventures ENT 3510 Creativity and Innovation Electives in Entrepreneurship at 2000 level or above  ENT2512 Entrepreneurial Marketing ENT2513 New Product Development for Entrepreneurs ENT2530 Digital Playbook for Entrepreneurs ENT2540 Social Entrepreneurship ENT3529 Psychology of Business Total: 33336   18 GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION               MGT 2562 Human Resource Management               MGT 2564 Motivation and Leadership               MGT 2565 Organizational Behavior               MGT 2902 International Business Electives in Business at 2000 level or above Total: 33336 18 INFORMATION SYSTEMS CONCENTRATION               IS 2505 Application Program Development IS 2550 Object-Oriented Design and Programming OR IS 2528 Advanced Application Program Development IS 3510 Introduction to Databases IS 3512 Computer Networking and Security IS 3514 Web Technologies and Electronic Commerce IS 3502 Information Systems Planning and Design IS elective 2000 level or above Total: 3333333 18 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CONCENTRATION ECON 2401 Comparative Economic Systems MGT 2902 International Business OR ECON 3901 International EconomicsMGT 2001 International Travel CourseForeign Language through Intermediate 2 and additional 3000 level Foreign Language courseElectives, three additional hours in Foreign Language, Business, or other approved course relevant to international focus Total: 33363 18 MARKETING CONCENTRATION MKT 2502 Consumer Behavior               MKT 2503 Advertising               MKT 3120 Sales Management               MKT 3502 Marketing Research               MKT 3990 Strategic Marketing               Electives in Business at 2000 level or above Total:  333333 18 Required Courses for Minor Required Courses for Minor ACC 1901, 1902 Principles of Accounting I 3 ECON 1901 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 FIN 2535 Managerial Finance 3 MGT 2501 Principles of Management 3 MKT 2501 Principles of Marketing 3 Elective in Business at 2000 level or above 3   Total: 18 Course Descriptions Course Descriptions Accounting Courses. 1901 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (3 hours)A study of the accounting principles with emphasis on the use and analysis of financial information for decisionmaking purposes. 1902 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (3 hours)A continuation of the study of accounting principles from a user's perspective with an introduction to the internal information needs of management. Prerequisite: ACC 1901. 2501 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (3 hours)An introduction to the basic accounting process and a study of the theory and valuation of working capital accounts. Prerequisite: ACC 1902 or junior standing.2502 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (3 hours)A study of the theory and valuation of non-current assets, long-term liabilities, and stockholder's equity. Prerequisite: ACC 2501.2701 MANAGERIAL-COST ACCOUNTING  (3 hours)A study of cost concepts emphasizing job order and process costing, standard costing, direct costing, operating budgets and differential analysis. Prerequisite: ACC 1901.2801 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND CONTROLS (3 hours)A study of manual and computerized information systems, emphasizing design and organization of a system; information flows; accounting, financial and management controls. Prerequisite: ACC 1901. 3521 TAXATION ACCOUNTING (3 hours)A study of the concepts of federal income tax laws and their applications to individual taxpayers and business entities. Prerequisite: ACC 1902. 3601 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING (3 hours)A study of the accounting issues and reporting requirements relating to partnerships, consolidations, foreign currency, and not-for-profit entities.3701 AUDITING (3 hours)Fundamentals of auditing procedures and objectives with emphasis on audit reports, internal control, working papers, examination of auditing records, impact of computers on auditing procedures and professional ethics. Prerequisite: ACC 2501 and Junior standing.4401 INTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTING (1-6 hours)An application of theory and methods of specific areas of accounting in a supervised field experience. Prerequisite: permission of Instructor. Economics Courses. 1901 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS  (3 hours)A study in the foundations of economic analysis, national income accounting, economic growth, and the public sector, with emphasis on macroeconomics. 1902 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (3 hours)A study of markets, the price systems and allocation of resources, distribution of income, international economy, and perspectives on economic change, with emphasis on microeconomics. 2000 TOPICS IN ECONOMICS (3 hours)An investigaion of a selected topic of major importance in the field of economics. 2101 BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS (3 hours)A study of statistical techniques in business and economics, including collection and presentation of business and economic data, measures of control tendencies, dispersion, index numbers, probability, sampling distributions and test of hypotheses. Prerequisite: completion of the Mathematics General Education Requirement (MATH 1132 is highly recommended). 2105 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (3 hours)A survey of third world regions and countries, their economic growth and development. (Offered only in Evening and Graduate Studies) Prerequisite: ECON 1903E. 2401 COMPARATIVE ECONOMICS SYSTEMS (3 hours)A study of contemporary economic systems, including capitalism, socialism, and mixed economies. Theoretical foundations of capitalism and socialism are considered, as are actual institutions found in contemporary economies. 2901 MONEY & BANKING (3 hours)A survey of the monetary and banking systems of the United States, to include problems of money and prices, organization and functioning of commercial banking and the Federal Reserve System, monetary standards, monetary policy, and credit control. Prerequisite: ECON 1901 & 1902. 3101 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY (3 hours)A study of the theories of determination, fluctuation, and distribution of national income, with emphasis on employment, money supply, interest rates, price level, and public policy. Prerequisite: ECON 1901 & 1902. 3201 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY (3 hours)Astudy of the theory of firms, to include choice and demand, production and supply, perfect and imperfect competition, and pricing the factors of production. Prerequisites: ECON 1901 & 1902. 3401 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS (3 hours)An examination of decision-making approaches to environmental resources with emphasis placed on the welfare analysis technique utilized in economics. The topic is presented in light of the economic theories of public goods, market failures, externalities, and economic value. Cost-benefit analysis is incorporated into the study as are alternative methods for valuing environmental resources and human welfare. Prerequisite: ECON 1902. 3901 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS (3 hours)A comprehensive analysis of the forces determining international trade, finance, and commercial policy. Prerequisite: ECON 1901 & 1902. 4101 SEMINAR IN ECONOMICS (1-3 hours)A course designed to afford the student with a minor or a concentration in Economics an opportunity to study an area that is not fully covered in a standard economics course. This is a seminar-style course that requires independent reading, presentations, and open class discussion. Prerequisites: ECON 1901 & 1902 and permissions of Instructor. 4301 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ECONOMICS (1-3 hours)A self-directed study following a contractual plan initiated by the student and accepted by the staff. Prerequisites: ECON 1901 & 1902. Entrepreneurship Courses. ENT 2501 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP  (3 hours)A study in the foundations of entrepreneurship that can be applied to an individual venture, partnership, small business, or (as in intrapreneurship) a large organization.  This course will develop the key elements around creating a business including idea generation, market analysis, business plan development, financing, learning and building an organization. ENT 2510 ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP (3 hours)This course covers the theory and application of leadership principles and theories for entrepreneurship.  This course exposes the student to the challenges, objectives and skills required to be a leader in an entrepreneurial or intrapreneurial capacity.  Key topics include power, vision, ethical decision-making, teams, and the role followers play in a leader's success.  Prerequisite:  ENT 2501 ENT 2512 ENTREPRENEURIAL MARKETING (3 hours)Entrepreneurial marketing focuses on the four key marketing drivers for building a business, using the traditional "4P's" marketing framework.  This course emphasizes and develops the elements of a product, place, promotion, and price that are most important for entrepreneurial ventures. ENT 2513 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FOR ENTREPRENEURS (3 hours)This course will focus on proven constructs, frameworks and approaches for new product development, including insight, analyzing marketing opportunities, segmentation and positioning, concept development, product/service design, testing evaluation and refinement, and launch. ENT 2530 DIGITAL PLAYBOOK (3 hours)This course develops the key digital technology elements associated with many entrepreneurial start-ups.  Students learn the fundamental aspects of each element to allow for effective project management. ENT 2540 SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3 hours)This course focuses on the use of entrepreneurial methods for the resolution of social problems, evaluating a range for profit and non-profit ventures to achieve an identified social good.  The course will frame the concept and context of what "social good" and "social change" is, using a range of real world situations and examples. ENT 3501 FINANCING NEW BUSINESS VENTURES (3 hours)This course studies the financing of small and medium size businesses from the perspective of the entrepreneur and investor.  Students will gain an understanding of the unique financial decisions entrepreneurs are faced with compared to other legal forms of business.  Topics include but are not limited to funding and managing finance, valuation, cash flow, private equity options, and recognizable value.  Pre-requisites: ENT 2501 and FIN 2535. ENT 3510 CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION (3 hours)This is a course designed to challenge the student's creative and innovative abilities.  This course explores methods and practices drawn from the arts, sciences, and social sciences that are used by innovative and creative individuals to develop initiatives and solve complex managerial or organizational problems. ENT 3529 PSYCHOLOGY OF BUSINESS (3 hours)Industrial & Organizational (I/O) Psychology is one of the most important fields of study that bridges the business/psychology topics as it pertains to the workplace.  In this course we will examine theories, strategies, foundations and effects of I/O psychology.  Topics will include, but not be limited to: organizational climate, group problem solving, conflict resolution, and motivation. Prerequisites:  ENT2501 or PSYC1110 or MGT2501 or permission of instructor. Finance Courses. 1137 PERSONAL FINANCE (3 hours)A study of the personal financial problems of the individual, including budgeting, savings plans, insurance, home buying, taxes, mutual funds, investments, and estate planning. 2535 MANAGERIAL FINANCE (3 hours)A study of financial management for business firms to include financing and investing decisions. Prerequisite: ACC 1902. 3201 FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SECURITIES ANALYSIS (3 hours)A comprehensive analysis of financial statements and securities from an investor's perspective. Prerequisite: FIN 2535. 3402 CAPITAL MARKETS (3 hours)A comprehensive study of financial markets and institutions including the organization and structure of markets, government and corporate securities, and derivative securities. Prerequisite: FIN 2535. 3536 INVESTMENTS (3 hours)A study of security valuation and portfolio management including the measurement of return and risk, investigation of security markets, asset valuation, and portfolio construction. Prerequisite: FIN 2535. Information Systems Courses. 1503 INTRODUCTION TO DATA AND PROGRAMMING STRUCTURES (3 hours)A study of specific data structures (including arrays, records, stacks, queues, and trees) incorporated into ADTs used in creating IS applications, so students will gain an understanding of defining and measuring events that produce both simple and complex data, and principles, concepts and practices of successful, structured software development. 2300 PRODUCTIVITY WITH IS TECHNOLOGY(3 hours)A practical study of effective and efficient use of packaged software with emphasis on productivity concepts and how to achieve them through functions and features in computer software. IS 2501 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3 hours)A comparison of various sources and uses of information and their interaction: merging of data processing, word processing, and communications for optimal management decision making. 2505 APPLICATION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT(3 hours)A study of the design, programming, testing and implementation of information system applications using structured and object-oriented design principles. Programming logic is covered. Same as CS 2505. 2512 HARDWARE AND SYSTEMS SOFTWARE (3 hours)Acomparison of various sources and uses of information and their A study of hardware/software technology, including tradeoffs in computer architecture for effective use in a business environment, installation and configuration of system architecture for single, central and networked computing systems, as well as single and multiuser operating systems. Same as CS 2512. 2528 ADVANCED APPLICATIONS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT(3 hours)A study of advanced principles of structured and object-oriented programming designed to build an interactive and user-friendly business information system, with a focus on advanced use of a programming language for project development and implementation. Prerequisite: IS 2505. 2550 OBJECT-ORIENTED DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING(4 hours) A study of object-oriented application development, covering object-oriented analysis, design, and programming using a specific object-oriented language(s) for application development. Mobile application and web development topics are included. Prerequisite: IS 2505. Same as CS 2550. 3502 INFORMATION SYSTEMS PLANNING(3 hours)Development of a systematic plan for determining a company’s technology needs; the planning cycle, available hardware and software, acquisition considerations, and the selection and implementation of the system. Project management topics are included. Prerequisite: IS 2501. 3510 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES (3 hours)This course covers database design, development and the use of database management systems for applications. Data mining and data warehousing topics are introduced. Same as CS 3510. 3512 COMPUTER NETWORKING AND SECURITY (3 hours)Fundamental principles of networking, including such topics as network analysis, design, implementation, security and management. Prerequisite: IS 2501 OR IS 2505 OR IS 3510 OR MATH 2602. Same as CS 3512. 3514 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE(3 hours)A study of web technologies including cloud computing, social media, web site development, and search engine optimization for ecommerce and other applications. Students learn to use development tools and languages for web development. Prerequisites: IS 2501 OR CA 2901 OR IS 2505. 4101 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SEMINAR(1-3 hours)Reading, discussion, and projects on a topic in Information Systems selected by the department. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior Standing. Same as CS 4101. 4201 PRACTICUM IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS(1-6 hours)An application of theory and methods of specific areas of information systems in a supervised field experience. Prerequisite: permission of Instructor. 4301 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS(1-4 hours)Self-directed study following a contractual plan initiated by the student and accepted by the instructor. Prerequisite: permission of Department Chair. Management Courses. 1901 COMPARATIVE BUSINESS CULTURES (3 hours)An examination of social and business customs in selected regions of the world. (Offered only in Evening and Graduate Studies.)1902 Business Data Analytics (3 hours)Descriptive and inferential calculations, hypothesis testing, model building, decision trees, forecasting, correlation, simulation, ANOVA, and linear regression. 2000 TOPICS IN BUSINESS (1-3 hours)An investigation of a selected topic of major importance in the field of business. 2001 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL COURSE (3 hours)This course involves international travel and study and is a required component of the International Business Concentration of the Bachelor of Science Business Administration Degree. 2451 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS (3 hours)A study of various aspects of policy making, restraints of trade, anti-trust policies, price discrimination, legalized agreement, restrictions of competition, and general influence of government on business. 2453 BUSINESS LAW I (3 hours)An introduction to the legal system as it applies to commercial transactions and a study of the substantive law of contracts. 2454 BUSINESS LAW II (3 hours)A study of the substantive law of agency, negotiable instruments, property, and business entities. 2501 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (3 hours)An examination of major concepts, theories and practices in business management, with emphasis on planning, decision-making, basic organizational structures, motivation and leadership styles. 2562 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (3 hours)An examination of major concepts, theories and practices in personnel management, with emphasis on job evaluation, selection and placement, employee development, employee relationships and industrial relations. Prerequisite: MGT 2501. 2563 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (3 hours)An introduction to the concepts involved in managing the operations and production function. Course will include quantitative approaches to topics such as scheduling. Prerequisites: MGT 1902 or ECON 2101, MGT 2501. 2564 MOTIVATION AND LEADERSHIP (3 hours)A study of the theories of motivation and leadership in relation to management processes. Prerequisite: MGT 2501. 2565 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (3 hours)A study of managerial consequences of behavioral concepts such as motivation, communication, leadership, organizational structure, and decision-making, to provide the framework needed for the understanding, prediction and control of human behavior in organizations. Prerequisite: MGT 2501. 2566 BUSINESS ETHICS (3 hours)A consideration of the major ethical theories that guide human and business behavior. Topics will include ethical issues in advertising, product safety, pursuit of profits, employee rights, treatment of workers, effects on the environment, use of natural resources, and multinational operations. Prerequisite: MGT 2501 or permission of Instructor. 2601 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (3 hours)A study of the nature of and problems of individual, interpersonal, and organizational communications in business. Techniques from oral presentation, the writing process, and technology will be developed. (Offered only in Evening and Graduate Studies.) 2602 MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS (3 hours)An examination of the methods and strategies for successfully managing the growth and transitional stages of an existing small business. Prerequisite: MGT 2501. 2902 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (3 hours)An introduction to international business with special emphasis on the environmental and cultural issues facing global organizations. Prerequisite: MGT 2501. 3990 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (3 hours)An integrative capstone course examining the setting of strategic objectives, developing corporate strategies, and translating objectives and strategies into current operational plans. Prerequisites: MKT 2501, FIN 2535, MGT 2501, Senior Standing. 4201 SEMINAR (3 hours)Reading, discussion, independent research and written reports on a topic selected by the department. Prerequisite: permission of Instructor. 4301 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (1-3 hours)Self-directed study following a contractual plan initiated by the student and accepted by the staff. Prerequisite: permission of Chair. 4401 EXPERIENTIAL BUSINESS LEARNING (1-6 hours)A reality-based, outside-of-the-classroom experience, under the supervision of a faculty member. This experience may include practicum, internship, service learning, study abroad, computer simulation, or other similar approved experience. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Same as CA 4401 and CS 4401. Marketing Courses. 2501 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (3 hours)A study of the marketing environment; marketing, planning and information; market segmentation; buyer behavior; strategies for product distribution, promotion, and pricing; societal issues, service, nonprofit and international marketing. Online only. 2502 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR (3 hours)A study of factors that influence the decision to purchase a product or service to include both the consumer and industrial sectors. Prerequisite: MKT 2501. 2503 ADVERTISING (3 hours)A study of advertising issues in both traditional and electronic environments, to include policy formulation, promotional activities, agency selection, and analysis. Prerequisites: MKT 2502. 3120 SALES MANAGEMENT (3 hours)A study of sales management issues in both traditional and electronic environments, to include planning and implementing sales strategies; developing and leading the sales organization; budgeting and statistical analysis. Prerequisites: MGT 1902. 3502 MARKETING RESEARCH (3 hours)A study of techniques and methodologies of market research, including case method and/or computer simulation. Prerequisite: MGT 1902. 3990 STRATEGIC MARKETING (3 hours)An integrative capstone course examining strategic and operational marketing issues in both traditional and electronic environments. Computer simulations and gaming models are utilized to translate strategies into current operational plans. Prerequisite: MKT 3502. Apply. Visit. Request Info.
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TitleMajoring in Business: What to Expect as a Business Major | AIU
Urlhttps://www.aiuniv.edu/degrees/business/articles/majoring-in-business
DescriptionThinking of majoring in business? Here are some things to consider, including job outlooks, business degree specializations, and potential career paths
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H2Is a Business Degree Right for You?
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Sales Managers
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BodyMajoring in Business: What to Expect as a Business Major A degree may open the door to a variety of opportunities and diverse career paths. The degree programs offered at AIU will not necessarily lead to the featured careers. This collection of articles is intended to help inform and guide you through the process of determining which level of degree and types of certifications align with your desired career path. Pursuing a business degree may help open up a range of career paths and job opportunities. In fact, business degrees accounted for over 19% of all bachelor degrees awarded in 2014 – 2015, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.1 One reason students may choose a business major is the relative versatility the degree can offer, potentially preparing graduates for a variety of positions in a number of careers. While the broadness and flexibility of a business degree are often seen as a positive, it may also make it difficult to know exactly what to expect from a degree program. So what does majoring in business entail? What are your options as a business major? And what kinds of career paths can a business degree help make available? Is a Business Degree Right for You? If you're wondering whether business is a good major for you, you may first want to think about what skills and experience you hope to get out of your degree program. Generally, business degrees are designed to help students prepare for a wide range of positions and industries by introducing them to the fundamental aspects of business knowledge in accounting, finance, international business, marketing, human resources, operations and project management. Students in a business program may spend time learning how companies of all types function, as well as how a business operates within local and global economies. Because the skills and knowledge studied during a business degree program are intended to be applied to a number of different industries and types of companies, courses may cover everything from business management theories to marketing or even financial management. Core business courses may include: Principles of Accounting Introduction to Business Legal and Ethical Environment of Business Principles of Marketing In addition to getting broad exposure to many different aspects of working in business administration, a business degree program may provide opportunities through an institution’s career services department. For example, career services resources at AIU offer help with job search strategies, interview preparation, resume writing, and transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce. Networking and building future professional relationships through alumni services can also be a valuable part of a business major's experience after earning a degree. Different Areas of Study Within a Business Degree . Business degrees are commonly offered at three levels. An Associate of Arts in Business Administration typically takes the least time to complete and can help students develop the basic skills and knowledge upon which to build when pursuing a bachelor's degree. An associate’s degree may be an excellent choice for those looking for an introduction to key business concepts and some standard skills including critical thinking and communication that are essential for a modern business professional. Students may also choose a specialization corresponding to the particular aspect of business or role within a company they hope to pursue upon entering the job market. BBA specializations may include: Forensic Accounting Accounting Entrepreneurship Fashion Marketing Finance Healthcare Management Human Resource Management Management Marketing Operations Management Project Management Le Cordon Bleu Hospitality Management Technology Management Those looking to pursue upper-level management or executive positions can choose to build on their bachelor's degree (and sometimes years of experience) by pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. As with a bachelor's program, an MBA degree offers students a choice of specializations to most closely fit their professional goals and experience. MBA specializations can overlap with many of the BBA specializations, though institutions, such as American InterContinental University (AIU) also offer an international business specialization at the master's level. Core business courses at the MBA level may include: Global Financial Management Business Research for Decision Making Managerial Approach to Marketing Strategic Management Careers for Business Majors. A business degree can offer graduates a significant level of versatility on the job market. Business majors may find job opportunities in a number of different industries in both the public and private sector. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, business and financial occupations are projected to grow by 8% from 2014 – 2024.2 Below are some possible careers in business. Financial Manager. Financial managers help monitor and advise on a company's financial health and activity. Typical job responsibilities include creating financial reports, analyzing market trends, advising upper-level management on financial decisions and planning, and sometimes supervising a team of financial analysts.3 Degree Required: Bachelor's or master’s in finance, accounting, economics or business administration4 Other Job Titles: Assistant manager, branch manager, banking center manager and regional manager5 Projected Job Growth: 7% from 2014 – 20246 Management Analyst. Management analysts review a company's internal processes in order to help departmental and upper-level managers make decisions about how to improve efficiency and workflow. While they sometimes work within a single company, management analysts more often work as consultants and independent contractors, which can lead to experience with a wider variety of industries and businesses than some of the other careers mentioned here.7, 8 Degree Required: Bachelor's (the Institute of Management Consultants' “Certified Management Consultant (CMC)” designation may also be helpful when applying for jobs)9 Other Job Titles: Business analyst, management analyst, leadership development manager and quality control analyst7 Projected Job Growth: 14% from 2014 – 2024 (much faster than average for all occupations)10 Human Resources (HR) Specialist. HR specialists help oversee the recruiting, hiring, and training of employees, as well as often administering benefits and resolving employee complaints and disputes. Human resources often acts as a liaison between management and newly hired employees, including meeting with department leaders to assess hiring needs, posting and responding to job applications, and interviewing potential job candidates. Positions within HR can be a great fit for those who are outgoing and enjoy working with many different people throughout an organization.11, 12 Degree Required: Bachelor's in human resources, business or a related field (the Society for Human Resource Management offers both "SHRM Certified Professional" and "SHRM Senior Certified Professional" certifications)13 Other Job Titles: Corporate recruiter, employment coordinator, employment specialist and HR technical recruiter11 Projected Job Growth: 5% from 2014 – 202414 Sales Managers. An entry-level job for business majors is working in a company's sales department. Sales managers are responsible for building relationships with vendors and other businesses in order to secure sales contracts for a company's products and services. Since so much of this job involves dealing directly with clients and customers, strong communication and interpersonal skills are important for a sales position. However, additional responsibilities may include analyzing sales data, creating pricing plans, coordinating promotional efforts, and setting sales quotas.15, 16, 17 Degree Required: Bachelor's or master’s17 Other Job Titles: District sales manager, sales director, sales supervisor and store manager15 Projected Job Growth: 5% from 2014 – 202418 Advertising, Promotions and Marketing Managers. Business majors may move on to work with a company's marketing and promotions department. While there may be some overlap in how different businesses use these specific terms, marketing managers are typically responsible for researching demand and profitability for a company's products and services, ultimately identifying target markets and creating marketing plans and pricing strategies. Promotions and advertising managers are responsible for implementing these marketing plans by generating awareness and interest in products and services, as well as coordinating regional and national sales and events.19, 20 Degree Required: Bachelor's (previous work experience or internships can be helpful)21 Other Job Titles: Advertising manager, account executive, marketing manager, promotions director and retail advertising sales manager19 Projected Job Growth: 5% for advertising/promotions managers and 9% for marketing managers from 2014 – 202422 Interested in pursuing a degree? Discover degrees at AIU 1. “Digest of Education Statistics 2016.” National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved from: https://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d16/tables/dt16_322.10.asp?current=yes (Visited 9/7/17). 2. “Business and Financial Occupations.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/home.htm (Visited 9/7/17). 3. “What Financial Managers Do.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/financial-managers.htm#tab-2 (Visited 9/7/17). 4. “Summary Report for: 11-3031.02 - Financial Managers, Branch or Department.” ONet Online. Retrieved from: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-3031.02 (Visited 9/7/17). 5. “How to Become a Financial Manager." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/financial-managers.htm#tab-4 (Visited 9/7/17). 6. “Financial Managers: Job Outlook.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/financial-managers.htm#tab-6 (Visited 9/7/17). 7. “Summary Report for: 13-1111.00 - Management Analysts.” ONet Online. Retrieved from: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/13-1111.00 (Visited 9/7/17). 8. “What Management Analysts Do.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/management-analysts.htm#tab-2 (Visited 9/7/17). 9. “How to Become a Management Analyst.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/management-analysts.htm#tab-4 (Visited 9/7/17). 10. “Management Analysts: Job Outlook.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/management-analysts.htm#tab-6 (Visited 9/7/17). 11. “Summary Report for: 13-1071.00 - Human Resources Specialists.” ONet Online. Retrieved from: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/13-1071.00 (Visited 9/7/17). 12. “What Human Resource Specialists Do.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/human-resources-specialists.htm#tab-2 (Visited 9/7/17). 13. “How to Become a Human Resources Specialist.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/human-resources-specialists.htm#tab-4 (Visited 9/7/17). 14. “Human Resources Specialists: Job Outlook.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/human-resources-specialists.htm#tab-6 (Visited 9/7/17). 15. “Summary Report for: 11-2022.00 - Sales Managers.” ONet Online. Retrieved from: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-2022.00 (Visited 9/7/17). 16. “What Sales Managers Do.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/sales-managers.htm#tab-2 (Visited 9/7/17). 17. “How to Become a Sales Manager.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/sales-managers.htm#tab-4 (Visited 9/7/17). 18. “Sales Managers: Job Outlook.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/sales-managers.htm#tab-6 (Visited 9/7/17). 19. “Summary Report for: 11-2011.00 - Advertising and Promotions Managers.” ONet Online. Retrieved from: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/11-2011.00 (Visited 9/7/17). 20. “What Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers Do.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/advertising-promotions-and-marketing-managers.htm#tab-2 (Visited 9/7/17). 21. “How to Become an Advertising, Promotions, or Marketing Manager.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/advertising-promotions-and-marketing-managers.htm#tab-4 (Visited 9/7/17). 22. “Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers: Job Outlook.” Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/advertising-promotions-and-marketing-managers.htm#tab-6 (Visited 9/7/17). For important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended these programs, go to www.aiuniv.edu/disclosures . AIU cannot guarantee employment or salary. Not all programs are available to residents of all states. 1213781 12/17 Recommended Reading. 8 Types of Business Degree Specializations You Can Pursue Accounting Career Fields Can You Go To College with a GED? Developing Business Management Skills Do You Need a Degree To Start A Business? Earning a Master’s Degree in Accounting Graduate Certificate vs. Master’s Degree: What’s the Difference How Many Credits Are Needed for a Bachelor's Degree? Is Finance a Good Degree For Me? Is Marketing a Good Major? Earning a Distance Learning MBA Majoring in Finance: What to Expect as a Finance Major The Four Functions of Management: What Managers Need to Know What's the Difference Between Business Administration and Business Management? Why Your Associate Degree is an important step towards earning your Bachelor’s Degree More Business Reading Classes Start January 26, 2022 Request Info Apply Now
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TitleWhat is a Business Degree? | Business Degree Guide
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DescriptionLearn everything you need to know about business degrees, MBA concentrations, and career outlooks with this helpful guide
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BodyWhat Is a Business Degree? by Genevieve Carlton November 16, 2021 Explores business degrees at every level to help illuminate what you can do with a business degree and what your future earning potential could be. thebestschools.org is an advertising-supported site. Featured or trusted partner programs and all school search, finder, or match results are for schools that compensate us. This compensation does not influence our school rankings, resource guides, or other editorially-independent information published on this site. Are you ready to discover your college program? Business Degrees Students have a lot of options when it comes to earning a business degree. Business is the most popular major for undergraduates, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. A business degree prepares graduates for careers in many industries, including healthcare, marketing, information technology, and financial services. Business graduates often enjoy above-average salaries and strong job growth. This article explores business degrees at every level, helping illuminate what you can do with a business degree and what your future earning potential could be. Featured Business Schools. What Kinds of Business Degrees Are There? Students can earn business degrees at the associate, bachelor's, master's, or doctoral levels. Each degree can provide focused training for specific business career paths after graduation. For example, graduates with bachelor's degrees qualify for entry-level positions like operations research analyst and budget analyst. Supervisory roles like financial manageror marketing manager often require a master's degree in business. Professionals can increase their earning potential and job opportunities by earning higher degrees. As the following chart shows, professionals with bachelor's degrees in business earn more than those with associate degrees, and individuals with master's degrees earn more than those at the undergraduate level. Some roles also require graduate-level degrees. For example, many employers prefer to hire managers and executives with MBAs or master's degrees in management. — Associate Degree in Business. An associate degree in business introduces students to core business fields like accounting, marketing, human resources, and finance. Through these foundational courses, learners explore business principles, marketing strategies, and laws and regulations governing corporations. Students can further focus their studies by choosing an associate degree in management or an associate degree in entrepreneurship. Completing an associate degree typically takes two years, and graduates can find work as lodging managers, bookkeepers, and financial clerks. Graduates can also transfer to a four-year college to earn a bachelor's in business administration, which takes an additional two years of study. Many career paths in business require a bachelor's degree. You can learn more about the best associate degrees in business administration from our guide. — Bachelor's Degree in Business. A bachelor's degree in business teaches students to analyze data, supervise teams, and make business strategy decisions. Undergraduates can specialize their degrees by choosing a bachelor's in business management, which emphasizes management skills, or a bachelor's in entrepreneurship to become a business founder. Many programs also offer electives or concentrations in human resources management, healthcare administration, or logistics. In many industries, a bachelor's degree meets the minimum requirement for entry level roles. With business degrees, graduates work as market research analysts, accountants, and management analysts. Earning a bachelor's degree generally takes four years for full-time students. Learn more about the best bachelor's programs in business with our guide. BBA vs. BA in Business vs. BS in Business? A bachelor's in business administration (BBA) often includes more business courses and fewer general education requirements, focusing on a practical education. Students pursuing bachelor of arts (BA) in business degrees take more humanities and social science courses. They must often meet a foreign language requirement, too. A bachelor of science (BS) in business includes courses that focus more on STEM topics. For example, BS students may need to take statistics, advanced math, or economics. Each of these bachelor's degree options typically require 120 credits and four years of courses, though specific graduation requirements vary. Popular Business Majors. Within business, undergraduates can choose from more than a dozen majors, including accounting, finance, marketing, and human resources. Students can also earn degrees in specific industries, like healthcare administration, hospitality management, or supply chain management. Average salaries vary depending on the major. true Bachelor's in Accounting This core area of business teaches students how to create financial reports, conduct audits, and follow accounting laws and regulations. Undergrads take courses in managerial accounting, financial accounting, tax accounting, and forensic accounting. Graduates can find work as accountants and auditors. With graduate-level classes, they can also become certified public accountants. true Bachelor's in Entrepreneurship An entrepreneurship degree prepares students for careers as small business owners. Classes cover management, planning new business ventures, and finding capital. Students learn how to create business plans, conduct product research, and file the necessary paperwork to launch new businesses. In addition to making their own opportunities as entrepreneurs, graduates can find work in sales or venture capital firms. true Bachelor's in Finance Finance undergrads take courses in financial accounting, investment strategy, and portfolio management. The degree also introduces majors to financial services management, business finance, and financial analysis. Graduates find work in the financial services sector, usually as financial analysts, budget analysts, and financial managers. Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration A healthcare administration degree trains undergrads in business practices specific to the healthcare industry. Majors learn how to manage outpatient care centers, hospital units, residential care facilities, and other healthcare organizations. In addition to careers in healthcare management, the degree can lead to opportunities in community health, public health, and public relations. Bachelor's in Hospitality Management A hospitality management degree can lead to careers in industries like food service, lodging, and the entertainment industry. In addition to studying management practices and the hospitality industry as a whole, majors may specialize their degrees with classes in restaurant management, hotel management, or trade and tourism management. Bachelor's in Human Resources Businesses in every industry rely on human resources professionals to manage their employees and distribute compensation and benefits. Human resources students learn about payroll management, labor laws, training and development, and dispute resolution. Graduates can pursue careers as human resources specialists and human resources managers. Bachelor's in International Business A degree in international business introduces undergrads to the impact of globalization on business. Majors study things like global supply chains, international business regulations, and trade policy. Graduates can seek careers in international corporations and government organizations as buyers, managers, and trade compliance officers. Bachelor's in Marketing A marketing major trains undergrads in marketing, digital media, public relations, and advertising. During the degree, majors learn how to make a marketing plan, implement that plan, and measure its effectiveness. They also study marketing research, management, and communication. Degree-holders find employment as marketing specialists and marketing managers. Bachelor's in Supply Chain and Logistics A business degree in supply chain and logistics introduces students to the complex process of procuring and distributing goods and services on a large scale. Students learn how to monitor the movement of goods throughout the supply chain while improving efficiency and effectiveness. Graduates can find work in manufacturing, information technology, and healthcare. Business Career Outlooks by Major Major Average Salary Accounting $70,750 Entrepreneurship $60,470 Finance $71,790 Healthcare Administration $60,610 Hospitality Management $55,610 Human Resources $61,180 International Business $67,920 Marketing $62,380 Supply Chain and Logistics $63,380 Source: PayScale — Master's Degree in Business. A master's degree in business trains graduate students in advanced business practices and techniques. At the graduate level, an enrollee can earn a master's in management, which provides focused management training, or a master of business administration (MBA) degree. An MBA degree generally takes two years to complete, though some accelerated programs offer one-year MBAs. Earning a master's in management typically takes one year. During a master's program, business students explore high-level business management concepts like operations management, organizational behavior, and leadership theory. These programs often incorporate internships to provide practical experience. Many MBA students also specialize their degrees with concentrations, such as entrepreneurship, project management, finance, and international business. Graduates with master's degrees in business can pursue leadership roles in many different fields. For example, they can work as financial managers, marketing executives, and operations managers. They can also pursue executive-level roles, like CEO or COO. Popular MBA Concentrations. While graduate students can earn general MBAs, most programs also offer MBA specializations, which prepare graduates for careers in specific industries. Some concentrations offer higher average salaries than others, as the following table shows. Executive MBA true Designed for experienced business professionals, an executive MBA (eMBA) helps mid-career managers and supervisors build on their skills. Students learn about organizational behavior, executive leadership, and project management. Graduates typically use their degrees to pursue leadership roles in their current company or transition into a new field. true MBA in Entrepreneurship An entrepreneurship concentration trains MBA students to develop business plans, secure financing, and launch new businesses. The curriculum often includes classes in small business management, franchising, and venture capital. Graduates can become entrepreneurs, work for venture capital organizations, or apply their entrepreneurial training to roles in management. true MBA in Finance With an MBA in finance, graduates can work as financial managers and financial decision-makers in the financial services industry and related fields. Students learn to manage organizational finances, use financial information to make business decisions, and navigate financial regulations. The degree leads to opportunities with corporations, nonprofit organizations, or government agencies. MBA in Healthcare Management An MBA in healthcare management blends business and healthcare training to prepare graduates for leadership roles in healthcare organizations. Learners explore quality management approaches, organizational challenges common to clinical settings, and the role of healthcare informatics in improving patient care. Graduates can find work in hospitals, medical offices, and the health insurance industry. MBA in International Business An international business emphasis examines the global marketplace for services and products. Students explore international business practices, global supply chain issues, and globalized companies. This specialization also explores technologies that facilitate international business and help companies connect with producers, distributors, and consumers around the world. MBA in Management Information Systems An MBA in MIS teaches degree-seekers to manage data and information systems for businesses. This degree combines business and technology training to prepare graduates for roles like MIS manager or IT manager. Professionals learn to solve information systems problems and meet the data management needs of large organizations. MBA in Project Management A concentration in project management teaches enrollees to oversee large-scale projects, from conceptualization through execution. Learners study budget management, time management, and cost projection. They also learn how to delegate responsibilities, manage teams, and use project-based approaches in the workplace. The focus prepares graduates for careers as project managers across a variety of industries. MBA in Sustainability An MBA in sustainability trains graduates to pursue careers in environmental policy, sustainable business practices, and energy policies. Professionals with this degree can help businesses maximize their profits, improve their public relations, and manage environmental risks. Enrollees explore risk management, business sustainability, and law and regulations related to sustainability. MBA Career Outlooks MBA Average Salary Executive MBA $117,090 MBA in Entrepreneurship $100,390 MBA in Finance $99,140 MBA in Healthcare Administration $82,360 MBA in International Business $95,190 MBA in Management Information Systems $102,350 MBA in Project Management $82,580 MBA in Sustainability $79,410 Source: PayScale — Doctoral Degree in Business. As the highest degree in business, a doctorate prepares graduates for research, academic, and leadership positions. At the doctoral level, a student can earn a Ph.D. in business administration or a doctorate in business administration (DBA). A DBA trains students for roles in business, such as chief executive officer, while the research-focused Ph.D. more typically leads to academic careers, like business professor. During doctoral programs, business students focus their studies on business theory, management, marketing, or other specializations, often within a specific industry. A doctorate requires a significant time commitment; earning the degree generally takes 3-6 years, after completing a master's degree. As a result, prospective students should carefully consider whether they need a doctorate to reach their career goals. Learn more about online master's in management programs and online doctorate in management programs from our helpful guides. Business Degree Career Paths. A business degree trains graduates for careers in growing industries like healthcare, technology, and financial services. During a business degree, students take courses in marketing, accounting, finance, and management. In addition to learning career-ready skills, majors can also specialize their degrees around their professional goals. For example, students interested in healthcare can take courses in health services management, while those pursuing tech jobs can take information technology classes. This section introduces the primary industries where business graduates find work. Business degrees can also lead to opportunities in marketing, communication, politics, and human resources management. Healthcare. In the healthcare industry, business majors oversee teams that provide medical services, manage medical records, and consult on business best practices. For example, medical and health services managers, also known as healthcare administrators or healthcare executives, help healthcare organizations run smoothly. They make sure organizations follow applicable laws and regulations, set departmental goals, and supervise staff members. Similarly, nursing home administrators oversee elder care facilities, and health information managers maintain patient records. A bachelor's degree in business administration with coursework in healthcare management prepares graduates for these roles. Classes on medical terminology, health information systems, and human resources administration also provide valuable training for healthcare jobs that do not require clinical training. Employers hiring for management-level roles may expect candidates to have master's degrees. Technology. The information technology sector needs professionals with a blend of business and technology training. For example, computer systems analysts and IT managers use their business training to advise organizations on how to improve efficiency and effectiveness through the use of technology. In these roles, professionals examine computer systems and procedures to create business solutions and advise executives on technology-related decisions. A career in technology doesn't always require a computer science degree. Instead, many tech professionals hold bachelor's degrees in business technology or information technology. Supervisory positions often require previous work experience or a master's degree. Employers may look for candidates with MBAs specializing in information technology management, management information systems, or information systems. Financial Services. The financial services industry employs business graduates in roles like financial manager, procurement manager, financial analyst, and financial examiner. In these roles, professionals evaluate financial data to help businesses make decisions about their investment strategies and financial health. They also evaluate an organization's efficiency andstudy economic trends to anticipate changes in the market. Financial managers oversee employees charged with creating financial reports. They analyze market trends to increase profits, create plans to reach long-term organizational goals, and advise executives on financial decisions. Most financial services careers require candidates to have bachelor's degrees in business, usually with a concentration or coursework in finance. Related majors like economics, accounting, or management can also help graduates pursue finance jobs. Some management-level roles may require a graduate degree. Salary Potential for Business Degrees. Many career paths in business offer above-average salaries and strong job growth projections. In roles like engineering manager, marketing manager, financial manager, and IT manager, median salaries reach six figures. To qualify for these management-level roles, candidates often need graduate degrees, although a bachelor's degree and relevant work experience may meet requirements in some companies. The following table provides career outlook and earning potential data for different business careers. Business Career Outlooks Career Median Annual Salary Job Growth (2019-2029) Typical Degree Needed Computer and Information Systems Managers $146,360 10% Bachelor's Architectural and Engineering Managers $144,830 3% Bachelor's Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers $135,900 6% Bachelor's Financial Managers $129,890 15% Bachelor's Sales Managers $126,640 4% Bachelor's Top Executives $104,690 4% Bachelor's Logisticians $74,750 4% Bachelor's Purchasing Managers, Buyers, and Purchasing Agents $69,600 -7% Bachelor's Human Resources Specialists $61,920 7% Bachelor's Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners $50,600 8% Bachelor's Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Common Questions About Business Degrees. true Is a Business Degree Hard? The difficulty of a business degree depends on your personal aptitude and interests. Driven and attentive individuals can succeed as business majors, especially if they seek out degrees that apply to their personal and professional goals. true What Is the Best Business Major? Within business, majors can specialize their training in areas like finance, accounting, international business, and marketing. Some programs also offer specializations in healthcare administration, e-commerce, and entrepreneurship. The best business major is one that fulfills a student's personal career aspirations and interests. What Do You Get From a Business Degree? During a business degree, students study core topics in business, like marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources. The degree also trains students to analyze data, design and implement business strategies, and evaluate an organization's effectiveness. Business graduates can find work across many growing industries. How Long Does it Take to Get a Degree in Business? Earning a bachelor's degree in business generally takes four years, and an MBA takes an additional two years. Accelerated programs can offer a faster route to the degree, though they are often more challenging. Related Articles. More topic-relevant resources to expand your knowledge. Popular with our students. Highly informative resources to keep your education journey on track. Take the next step toward your future with online learning. Discover schools with the programs and courses you’re interested in, and start learning today.
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BodyBusiness Administration In Business Administration Back to Homepage The Earl N. Phillips School of Business at High Point University is committed to offering students a comprehensive and relevant curriculum, which encompasses a large selection of courses. Contact the Office of Admissions Contact the Office of Admissions One University Parkway High Point, NC 27268 Undergraduate Admissions Campus Map Faculty & Staff School of Business (800) 345-6993 (336) 841-9216 (336) 888-6382 [email protected] Daily from 8:30am — 5:00pm. Faculty Faculty Array ( [0] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 98052 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-03 16:22:17 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-03 20:22:17 [post_content] => Dr. Rhonda Butler accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Management at High Point University in the fall of 2018, and was named Director of the MBA Program in the fall of 2019. This was a homecoming of sorts for Dr. Butler because she had taught for the PSB in an adjunct capacity in the Evening Degree Program from 1997 to 2000. It is quite a testament to her that 18 years later people still remembered her as a fine teacher, amiable colleague, and tremendous person. She initially came to HPU with professional experience with the Big Four firm, Price Waterhouse (PwC), and business acumen gained working with other iconic companies. During her time away from HPU, she enhanced her professional and academic credentials by becoming a seasoned business faculty member, administrator, national director of a large non-profit organization, and a PhD.   With a combination of scholarly and corporate experience and a passion for developing leaders, Dr. Butler has earned a reputation as an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and inspiring professor. Prior to rejoining the PSB, she was a full-time management instructor at Elon University. Her teaching engages students, and her teaching philosophy promotes experiential learning, professional partnerships, leader development, ethics and social responsibility, intercultural competence, and global awareness. Dr. Butler also previously served at Bennett College as Assistant Professor of Business and Diversity and the first Executive Director of Entrepreneurship. At Bennett she taught various business courses, created an academic minor, established and directed the Entrepreneurship Institute for Young Women, developed a regional championship-winning Students in Free Enterprise competition team, and led students on business and leadership trips nationally and internationally.   For the Phillips School of Business, Dr. Butler teaches Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior, Leadership, and Work Teams in Organizations. She has taught a myriad of undergraduate and graduate business and management courses over her career. Her interests also include executive leader development, women’s leadership, management diversity, and management consulting.   Dr. Butler is a talented public speaker with several professional and academic affiliations and honors. She presents at conferences and in the community and has served on various boards in the arts, leadership, mental health, faith-based, and non-profit organizations. She is a member of the Academy of Management, Society of Human Resource Management, INROADS Alumni, Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity Alumni, and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, among other organizations.   Dr. Butler earned her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies with a focus on Organizational Leadership and Management from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, her MBA from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, her B.A. in Management, as well as a B.A. in Accounting from North Carolina State University, and her Master of Religion with a Counseling and Psychology concentration from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. [post_title] => Rhonda Butler [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => rhonda-butler [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-09-13 15:55:06 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-09-13 19:55:06 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.highpoint.edu/?p=98052 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => faculty-staff [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [1] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 98019 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-03 16:21:46 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-03 20:21:46 [post_content] => Dr. Paul Forshey, Associate Professor of Management, focuses his research on strategic management particularly in entrepreneurial and small innovative firms. He is interested in strategic choice, firm performance issues, and organizational development. His current research investigates the funding and development of innovative firms as they grow, transition from private to public entities, and form alliances. Dr. Forshey had a refereed article about positive ethical organizations published in the Journal of Business Ethics. He presented those findings at the Academy of Management Annual Conference.   The Earl N. Phillips School of Business (PSB) was most pleased to place Dr. Forshey on the PSB Strategic Planning Committee to utilize his strategic management skills. Past and present service to HPU also includes the Assurance of Learning Committee and QEP Steering Committee.   Dr. Forshey joined HPU in 2012 after completing his Ph.D. and working in the corporate world. His past positions include working for:   • Ingersoll-Rand Corporation as a product support manager • Komatsu America International Company as a business support manager and a customer support / distributor development manager • Hitachi Construction Machinery America as a regional product support manager   He also has extensive work experience as a corporate trainer. He hones those same educator skills in the HPU classroom where he now teaches strategic management and organizational behavior / HR courses.   Dr. Forshey earned his Ph.D. in Management Science at the University of Wisconsin. At the Pennsylvania State University he earned an M.Ed. in Vocational Education with a Concentration in Organizational Development and Training and two concurrent B.S. degrees in Vocational Education and Rehabilitation Serves Education (Undergraduate Counseling degree). [post_title] => Paul Forshey [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => paul-forshey [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-08-30 15:55:31 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-08-30 19:55:31 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.highpoint.edu/?p=98019 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => faculty-staff [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [2] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 98064 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-03 16:09:20 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-03 20:09:20 [post_content] => Dr. Robert Hirth may have the most diverse academic background of all the professors in the Earl N. Phillips School of Business (PBS). He arrived at HPU in August 2014 equipped with a Ph.D., a J.D., an MBA, and a B.S. as well as the knowledge of how to remove, install, maintain, inspect, and test jet engines! Attorney, small business owner with half a million in sales a year, Air National Guardsman, he eventually tied these all together to become an International Contracts Negotiator for Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. From there he pursued a Management Ph.D. and now bestows his wealth of knowledge on the HPU students fortunate enough to take his classes.   Dr. Hirth teaches Business Law and Strategic Management at HPU. He serves on the Assurance of Learning Committee and HPU Honor Court. Previously he taught Business Strategy and Planning as well as Entrepreneurship and New Venture Development at the University of Arkansas. He also taught intensive English at Dell English International in Beijing, China.   Dr. Hirth is currently doing research on 1) group lending among microfinance borrowers and 2) how corporate bylaws provide insight into CEO/Board power. Previous research topics include:   • Bricolage – making do with what is at hand • Does microlending affect innovation and entrepreneurship? Evidence from Ethiopia. • Exploring the roles of innovation in institutional entrepreneurship • Board faultlines and firm performance • Promoting the right kind of entrepreneurship to achieve sustainable economic growth   Dr. Hirth earned his Ph.D. in business administration (management) from the University of Arkansas. His Juris Doctorate and MBA with a concentration in international business were earned at the University of Kansas. He obtained his B.S. in history with a minor in psychology from Truman State University. [post_title] => Bob Hirth [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => bob-hirth [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-07-16 13:44:47 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-07-16 17:44:47 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.highpoint.edu/?p=98064 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => faculty-staff [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 97605 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-03 16:12:31 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-03 20:12:31 [post_content] => Dr. David Little, Associate Professor of Management, joined High Point University in 1995. He currently teaches courses in Global Supply Chain / Operations Management and Strategic Management on the graduate and undergraduate levels. His teaching methodologies include simulations and other applied techniques where students learn through real-world scenarios. He couples the practical with the scholarly. Dr. Little requires his MBA students to write a publishable academic paper for the operations class which has led to four student papers being published and presented at academic conferences with the student as the sole author.   HPU alumnus Christoffer Riis Jensen explained the impact Dr. Little's MBA class had on him when he wrote, “I have had many great and inspirational professors at HPU. If I had to choose the most influential one, it would have to be Dr. David Little. He taught me how to create business plans, and how to analyze the market. He also gave the assignment of coming up with a new type of business. In other words, he taught me how to become entrepreneurial.”   Dr. Little’s recent publications include:   • Business Model Flowchart, Proceedings of the Global Economics, Finance, and Management Conference, June 2011. (peer reviewed) • The ‘Home Team’ Approach to Service Quality: Linking and Leveraging Communications Between Human Resources, Operations and Marketing, Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, January 2010. (peer-reviewed) • Looking for a Reason: Escalation in New Product Development, Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, January 2009. (peer-reviewed)   HPU has tapped Dr. Little to serve on the Professional Growth Committee, the Assurance of Learning Committee, the Interdisciplinary Studies Committee, and the Graduate Council. The Phillips School of Business academic program benefits from Dr. Little’s involvement as Chair of the Curriculum Committee and as a member of the Assurance of Learning Evaluation Committee.   The Earl N. Phillips School of Business was pleased to learn of the generosity of the Parr family who made a donation to the HPU Fund for Extraordinary Education in Dr. Little's honor.   Dr. Little earned his Ph.D. in Organization and Management from Capella University, his MBA from Western Carolina University, and his B.S. from the United States Military Academy, West Point. [post_title] => David Little [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => david-little [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-07-16 14:09:34 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-07-16 18:09:34 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.highpoint.edu/?p=97605 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => faculty-staff [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [4] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 98016 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-03 16:21:32 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-03 20:21:32 [post_content] => Assistant Professor of Management Dr. Oliver Stoutner began his HPU career in the fall of 2017. The PSB had been interested in hiring him for years, so his acceptance of the position was a reason for celebration. Dr. Stoutner was an undergraduate major in music who trained to be an opera singer, so like any successful musician he learned early on how to be entrepreneurial, how to manage his time and resources, and how to be highly disciplined. Shifting to the academic field of management for his advanced degrees was a logical progression for him.   Dr. Stoutner’s research interests lie in roles, risk evaluation/behavior, group and team effectiveness, and gamification of work. He is currently working on several research projects that explore historical trends in leadership. The first project looks at the history of the U.S. public radio industry and its leaders’ responses to discontinuous change. Specifically, he is studying how leaders within that industry make sense of the artifacts they have come to know and understand, and how that sense-making may influence their perception of disconfirmatory new information. Another project explores warhorse valuation during the reign of King Edward the First. Edward was involved in military conflicts during much of his reign. Dr. Stoutner is studying how those conflicts may have influenced warhorse supply and valuation. On a more modern level, he is doing research that clarifies the role of gamification (introducing game elements or game design principles in the workplace) in intrinsic motivation.   During his academic career, Dr. Stoutner has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels teaching Business Ethics and Leadership Development; Leadership, Management, and Organizational Behavior; Introduction to HR Management; Organizational Development and Change; HR Management; and Positive Group and Organizational Development. At HPU he teaches Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior and an MBA course in Global Leadership.   As a teacher, Dr. Stoutner says that he strives to be the kind of professor who challenges students and has a sense of humor, someone who provides a positive and safe classroom space for exploration and learning. He endeavors to be rigorous but fair, creative but purposeful. His motivation is to help foster a classroom environment filled with collaborative learning, where students are willing to share and emboldened to take risks.   Dr. Stoutner earned his B.A. in Music from the University of Iowa, his MBA from the University of Alabama at Huntsville, and his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. [post_title] => Oliver Stoutner [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => oliver-stoutner [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-08-12 15:44:06 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-08-12 19:44:06 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.highpoint.edu/faculty-staff/%faculty_staff_department%/oliver-stoutner/ [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => faculty-staff [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [5] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 99321 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-04 11:53:55 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-04 15:53:55 [post_content] => Dr. Dave Tofanelli was named Assistant Professor of the Practice of Management for the Earl N. Phillips School of Business (PSB) in the fall of 2016. Dr. Tofanelli was named Chair of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship in August 2018.   Prior to accepting a full-time position with High Point University, Dr. Tofanelli was the Practice Administrator of the largest cardiology practice in central North Carolina, headquartered in High Point with practice sites across the region. Before this, Dr. Tofanelli was Managing Partner of his own consulting firm, a multi-faceted healthcare management consulting group with special expertise in health plan contracting, strategic planning, and executive coaching. Before beginning his consulting firm, Dr. Tofanelli enjoyed ten years as a senior executive with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, where he was responsible for overseeing their national contracting effort. Dr. Tofanelli’s other experience includes a vice president position at MedMark Services, Inc., overseeing the construction, staffing and operations of outpatient medical treatment facilities. Dr. Tofanelli was also the chief executive officer of one of Kaiser Permanente’s largest medical treatment facilities.   Dr. Tofanelli earned his doctorate in organizational leadership from Northcentral University, his MS in systems management from the University of Denver, his MBA from Golden Gate University, and his BSBA from Our Lady of the Lake University. He is the author of three books, "Communication in Organizations", "Communication in a Business Setting", and "Cancer a Marriage and a Miracle", as well as numerous articles on leadership, communications theory and health care policy. Dr. Tofanelli has also been an invited guest speaker at numerous professional conferences. Dr. Tofanelli is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the Medical Group Management Association. [post_title] => Dave Tofanelli [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => dave-tofanelli [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2021-08-12 15:10:46 [post_modified_gmt] => 2021-08-12 19:10:46 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.highpoint.edu/?post_type=faculty-staff&p=99321 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => faculty-staff [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [6] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 97611 [post_author] => 53 [post_date] => 2021-06-03 16:14:47 [post_date_gmt] => 2021-06-03 20:14:47 [post_content] => The Earl N. Phillips School of Business welcomes Dr. Greg Page in the fall of 2020 as Assistant Professor of the Practice of Healthcare Management. Dr. Page brings extensive experience in healthcare management to High Point University at a most opportune time with the creation of the new minor in Healthcare Management and a specialization in Healthcare Management within the MBA program. His areas of expertise include patient satisfaction, process improvement, lean processes, patient safety, revenue cycle operations and physician relations.   Over the last 23 years Dr. Page’s experience includes pharmaceutical sales, working in the start-up company that became Minute Clinic, serving as the Healthcare Administration Officer onboard a nuclear powered aircraft carrier, a leadership position in revenue cycle operations in the Texas Medical Center and serving as the Chief Operating Officer of a 125-bed community hospital. Page has also held leadership positions in post-acute care at a continuing care retirement community and at a rehabilitation and nursing center in the UNC Health System.   Dr. Page received the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service while onboard the USS Nimitz during Operation Iraqi Freedom.   Dr. Page’s current and previous affiliations and board memberships include:   • Board Member American College of Healthcare Executives, Raleigh, NC Chapter • Board Member American College of Healthcare Executives, Charlotte, NC Chapter • Board Member of the Masters in Healthcare Administration Advisory Board, UNC Charlotte • Health Reach Community Clinic, Integrative Medicine Task Force Volunteer • Virginia B. Andes Volunteer Community Clinic, Committee Chair • Board Member American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management, Texas Chapter   Dr. Page teaches Introduction to Healthcare Management and Healthcare Systems and Policies at the undergraduate level and Healthcare Management and Human Resources in Healthcare at the graduate level.   Dr. Page earned his Doctorate in Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; his MBA and MHA at the University of Minnesota; and his BA in Economics at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. He is also a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). 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Fellowship, and Assistant Professor of Management [email protected] +1 (336) 841-9558 Paul Forshey Associate Professor of Management [email protected] +1 (336) 841-9579 Bob Hirth Assistant Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship [email protected] +1 (336) 841-9599 David Little Associate Professor of Management [email protected] +1 (336) 841-4576 Oliver Stoutner Assistant Professor of Management and Director of Business Fellows Program [email protected] +1 (336) 841-9606 Dave Tofanelli Chair and Assistant Professor of the Practice of Management [email protected] +1 (336) 841-9164 Greg Page Assistant Professor, Practice of Healthcare Management [email protected] +1 (336) 841-2861 Marlon Winters Jefferson Pilot Professor of Business [email protected] +1 (336) 841-4523 Earl N. Phillips School of Business The Earl N. Phillips School of Business (PSB) is a vibrant business school with over 1,200 students. Our mission is simple, “to prepare our students to become tomorrow’s business professionals.” It keeps us focused on our core goal and competency – adding value to our students. We do this in a variety of ways, both inside and beyond the classroom. We use every opportunity to inspire our students to embark on a program of self-improvement and analysis using: 1) discovery, 2) differentiation, and 3) direction. Related Majors Related Minors Related Graduate Programs Accounting (B.S.B.A.) Finance (B.S.B.A.) Business Administration (B.S.B.A) International Business (B.S.B.A.) Entrepreneurship (B.S.B.A.) Marketing (B.S.B.A.) Sales (B.S.B.A.) Accounting Minor Business Administration Minor Economics Minor Entrepreneurship Minor Finance Minor Global Commerce Minor Healthcare Management Minor Marketing Minor Sales Minor Social Media Marketing Minor Master of Arts in Communication and Business Leadership (M.A.) Masters of Business Administration (MBA) MBA with Concentration in Healthcare Management Related Majors Accounting (B.S.B.A.) Finance (B.S.B.A.) Business Administration (B.S.B.A) International Business (B.S.B.A.) Entrepreneurship (B.S.B.A.) Marketing (B.S.B.A.) Sales (B.S.B.A.) Related Minors Accounting Minor Business Administration Minor Economics Minor Entrepreneurship Minor Finance Minor Global Commerce Minor Healthcare Management Minor Marketing Minor Sales Minor Social Media Marketing Minor Related Graduate Programs Master of Arts in Communication and Business Leadership (M.A.) Masters of Business Administration (MBA) MBA with Concentration in Healthcare Management Overview Course Requirements Career Opportunities Study Abroad {{post.post_title}} {{post.post_description}} Course Requirements 2020/2021 B.S.B.A. in Business Administration Minor in Business Administration B.S.B.A. in Business Administration Degree Requirements Credits Major Requirements 69 University Core Requirements 50 Electives 17 Total 128 Minor in Business Administration Minor Requirements Credits Course Requirements 20 Total 20 Requirements for B.S.B.A. in Business Administration Requirements for Minor in Business Administration Requirements for B.S.B.A. in Business Administration Course Course Title Credits ACC 2010 Financial Accounting 4 ACC 2020 Managerial Accounting 4 BUA 2000 Business Career Boot Camp 1 BUA 2990 Business Communications and Professional Development 4 ECO 2030 Principles of Macroeconomics 4 ECO 2050 Principles of Microeconomics 4 FIN 3010 Financial Management 4 MGT 2220 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior 4 MGT 3220 Leadership 4 MGT 3280 Operations and Supply Chain Management 4 MGT 4990 Strategic Management 4 MKT 2110 Principles of Marketing and Personal Selling 4 MTH 1310, MTH 1410 Applied Mathematical Concepts for Business or Calculus I 4 STS 2610, STS 2910 Business Statistics and Analysis or Introduction to Statistical Analysis with SAS Applications 4 Select one course from the following list: BUA/GBS 3100 Global Business 4* ECO/GBS 3460 International Economics 4 ECO/GBS 4430 Comparative Economics 4 MKT 3750 International Marketing 4 MKT/GBS 3850 Marketing in Spain 4* Course Descriptions AND Choose additional courses that sum to 12 additional School of Business credits, excluding any courses that are graded pass/fail. At least 8 of the 12 credits must be at the 3000-level or above. OR Complete a minor in the School of Business. 1. At least 50% of traditional business credit hours in this major must be completed at High Point University. Traditional business subjects include courses with the following prefixes: ACC, BUA, ECO, ENT, FIN, MGT, and MKT. 2. Students are encouraged also to consider internships, undergraduate research, or independent study in business, beyond the standard requirements. An internship does not count towards the major. *Part of the study abroad program. Requirements for Minor in Business Administration Course Course Title Credits ACC 2010 Financial Accounting 4 ECO 2030, ECO 2050 Principles of Macroeconomics or Principles of Microeconomics 4 FIN 3010 Financial Management 4 MGT 2220 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior 4 MKT 2110 Principles of Marketing and Personal Selling 4 Course Descriptions The Business Administration minor is open to all students except those obtaining a major within the School of Business. Healthcare Management Minor Career Opportunities The B.S.B.A. in Business Administration offers students 12 hours of elective credit to be chosen from any offering within the Earl N. Phillips School of Business. Multiple course combinations are possible, giving students the opportunity to tailor their business electives to meet their own personal or professional goals. Career opportunities for graduates may be in areas where a broad base of knowledge is required (e.g., positions in management). However, a graduate may find opportunities in more specialized areas that he/she wishes to pursue. For example, a student who seeks a position in new product development may select operations management + market research + marketing management as electives, while a student interested in corporate recruitment/placement may choose to take human resources management + sales development + labor economics. 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BodyWhat Can You Do With a Business Degree? By Laura T Updated April 19, 2021 Updated April 19, 2021 207 shares 207 shares . What Can You Do With a Business Degree? A business degree is a great way to develop many of the transferable skills needed for working in a business environment. There are a number of business degrees which you can undertake, one of the most common of which is an undergraduate business studies degree. Often a business studies degree will cover subjects such as accounting, finance, management and, increasingly, entrepreneurship. This wide range of subjects reflects the multidisciplinary nature of business, and the importance of understanding all the key elements needed to make a business successful. If you’re looking for a degree which specializes more in a particular aspect of the business world (e.g. economics or marketing), consider taking a dedicated program in that area, or a joint honors degree (e.g. Business & Economics). The advantage of a joint degree is that you acquire general business skills along with more specialized ones, leaving you well placed when it comes to applying for graduate jobs. What can you do with a business degree? Corporate business careers are available in pretty much every sector you can think of; all industries need strong leaders, managers, financial advisors and market-savvy decision-makers. For many business graduates, however, the traditional pathways still hold a strong appeal – including careers in the banking and financial sectors, consultancy, human resources and marketing roles. If a straightforward corporate career is failing to get you excited, then a business program can also give you the skills to create your own business, or to take on business and management roles within more creative industries, be that fashion, media, or even the charity sector. The good thing about a business studies qualification is that it can lead to many entry-level roles upon graduation, while still allowing those who wish to specialize further the chance to improve their return on investment with a graduate degree. Examples of postgraduate programs include Masters in Management, Masters in Finance and (for those who’ve gained some professional experience) the Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Typical careers with a business degree. Don’t assume that studying business is a one-way route into business leadership and management roles – while this is a common path, business careers span multiple industries. Good business and management skills are key elements of any profitable company, and therefore effective leaders, strategic thinkers and financial experts are all in great demand. Big or small, global or local, companies all over the world are looking for business graduates like you. Business careers in accounting and finance. Generalized business studies degrees will usually cover aspects of accountancy and finance, however, if you wish to pursue a career in accounting or finance, you’ll usually need to gain further qualifications. A good option for business graduates is to apply for a graduate role and complete a specialized qualification while you work. In many larger companies, the course costs will be covered by the employer. If you decide to go into accounting or finance, your job may involve reviewing your company’s financial situation both past and present; advising clients and colleagues on tax and expenditure; managing records and business transactions; playing a role in mergers and acquisitions; and taking responsibility for preventing bad practice as well as fraud and negligence. For more advice on prospective careers and specializations in accounting and finance, view our individual accounting and finance subject guides. Business careers in management. Becoming a manager is a tough job, with long hours and heavy responsibilities. The upside is that managerial roles are known for being higher-paid, as well as boasting many opportunities for career progression or even a career U-turn. Managers can be found across all industries and fields, and their job is to provide structure and strategy to a workplace. Because of the responsibility of such positions, it’s unlikely you’ll find a managerial role without first gaining a further degree or a number of years of mid-level work experience. Despite this, business graduates are well-placed to become managers later on in life, and with determination and steady career progression an additional degree may not be necessary. Business careers in consultancy. Another option which may appeal is the field of business consultancy. This means working as part of a team, combining your business expertise and analytical skills in order to provide advice to other companies, usually focusing on how to optimize a specific project or part of the business. Projects and clients may vary widely, ensuring plenty of fresh challenges to get to grips with. Or you may specialize in a particular type of business, combining your business knowledge with a second field of interest, such as engineering or logistics. Business careers in retail and sales. There’s much more to retail and sales than shelf-stacking and cold-calling, especially if you’re armed with a business degree. Opportunities within sales and retail are numerous, including shop-based and office-based roles, as well as travelling positions for which a good knowledge of global markets is a must. For those looking to rise to the higher levels of retail and sales careers, large companies often offer the chance to undertake a graduate training program or trainee management program, in order to fast-track your position within the company. This can be highly valuable in gaining on-the-job experience, while continuing to develop your business and management skills in a commercial world. Other common graduate careers with a business degree include roles within auditing, banking, communications, distribution, energy and utilities, hospitality and leisure, IT, insurance, journalism, law, logistics, manufacturing, media administration, production management, public relations, the public sector and defense, risk management and tax. Less typical careers with a business degree. What can you do with a business degree without following the typical routes? Well, you can do rather a lot. Roles requiring business acumen and analytical thinking are innumerable, and your choice of which industry to head into is likely to be based on personal interests. It’s a cliché, but true – if you work for a company, product or service you truly believe in, you’re likely to be more motivated and effective in your role and progress more rapidly. Business careers in media. Although business studies degrees may not seem like the most creative of pathways, they can in fact lead to many roles within creative industries. Media is one such widespread industry, an umbrella term covering TV, film, online, newspaper and magazine publishing, events and more. While you’re unlikely to be directly involved in creative tasks such as writing, video editing or animation production, you’ll need a solid understanding of the media sector within which you’re working. Business careers in media include roles in sales, human resources, PR, finance and accounting, operations, marketing and branding, as well as overall management and strategic direction. Business careers in marketing and advertising. Opportunities in marketing and advertising are numerous for business graduates, particularly for those with a bit of creative flair. In these industries, business graduates can use the analysis and report-writing skills honed during their degree in order to conduct market research, develop marketing strategies, manage client relationships, liaise with copywriters, designers and printers, analyze markets and evaluate campaign results. You’re likely to be working alongside specialists such as designers, video producers and copywriters, and will need to continually broaden your own skillset to keep pace with changes in technology and market trends. Business careers in human resources. Business doesn’t have to be a dog-eat-dog world, and careers within human resources offer roles which require both business acumen and highly honed interpersonal skills. Recruitment, training and pay are all areas handled by the HR department. Great communication skills are essential, but you’ll also be expected to have a good basic understanding of business operations and management as well as detailed and up-to-date knowledge of employment laws and company regulations. --- This article was originally published in December 2014 and most recently updated in December 2019. ‘What Can You Do With a Business Degree?’ is part of our ‘What Can You Do With…’ series. We have also covered art, biology, communications, computer science, English, engineering, fashion, finance, history, geography, law, marketing, mathematics, performing arts, philosophy, politics, psychology, sociology, chemistry, economics and physics. 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TitleUndergraduate Business Major | UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
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BodyBusiness Majors Programs Undergraduate Business Academics A Versatile, Customizable Business Degree with Long-Term Career Impact. Leverage one of the most flexible, versatile and professionally applicable majors for your long-term career success. The UNC Kenan-Flagler business major gives you the core skills, academic customization and advising support you need to drive your career from the moment you graduate. You master business essentials while exploring everything the field has to offer through a variety of electives and optional areas of emphasis. A UNC Kenan-Flagler business degree lays the foundation for your success — wherever your career may lead. Learn Business Your Way. Whether you have a defined career goal or are looking for a degree that will support your advancement in a range of professions, the business major gives you the essential skills you need to succeed. Our expert academic advising will help you select the right courses for your interests and objectives. Cutting-Edge Coursework — Tailored to Your Goals. Master core business skills while gaining fluency with emerging and high-impact trends in domestic and global business. Choose from an ever-evolving array of electives that provide necessary competencies and align with your goals and interests. The business major is about preparing you for whatever career you want. Rigorous Coursework — Manageable Requirements. We designed our coursework to deliver the knowledge and skills you need to succeed, while allowing enough space for you to pursue your other academic interests. With 60% of our business majors being double-majors/minors, UPB provides you with the flexibility to explore all that UNC has to offer. Class Profile. 0 Class Size 0 Median GPA 0 Median SAT Undergraduate Business Major Requirements. Prior to admission to the business major, you will work on completing general education requirements, which apply to all UNC students, and prerequisites for admission to the major, many of which satisfy general education requirements. Curriculum 10 core courses (25.5 credits) 6 business electives (18 credits) 5 electives outside of business Core Courses BUSI 401 Management and Corporate Communication BUSI 403 Operations Management BUSI 404 Legal & Ethical Environment of Business BUSI 405 Leading and Managing BUSI 406 Principles of Marketing BUSI 407 Financial Accounting and Analysis BUSI 408 Corporate Finance BUSI 410 Business Analytical Applications BUSI 411 Strategic Management BUSI 412 Corporate Strategy Electives Business electives allow you to dive deeper into core-course subject matter, follow specific interests and engage in trending topics in domestic and global business. The required electives outside of business augment your liberal arts education and provide an opportunity for you to pursue a second major or minor in Arts & Sciences or another professional school. As a business major you can also enhance your experience by participating in any of our undergraduate business global programs for business credit. Policies & Procedures Undergraduate Business Policies and Procedures Areas of Emphasis. Although not required, you may choose to complete up to two areas of emphasis (AOE) as part of your major electives. AOEs give you the opportunity to customize your major based on your interests and desired career trajectory. All AOEs are 9 credits. You also can work with our academic advisors to design your own plan of study so you can focus on the specific skills, content areas and themes that interest you. Consulting Prepare for a successful career in the management consulting industry with a special focus on rapid career advancement during the critical first four years in a consulting firm. Rapid analysis, problem solving, teamwork and presentations will positively affect any career in business. Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 408 Corporate Finance as a pre/corequisite – minimum grade of “C”. Required Course: BUSI 554H Consulting Skills and Framework (3.0 credits)* Required: Applied Learning Experience (3.0 credits) BUSI 514H (4.5 credits) * BUSI 493 : Summer Internship (3 credits) * BUSI 650: Undergraduate Business Symposium Core Committee * BUSI 505: Consulting to Entrepreneurial Firms (3 credits) Other 3 credit courses with practical, hands-on experience (subject to UBP approval) 3.0 credits from selected upper level electives Finance BUSI 502: Entrepreneurial Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 582H: Mergers & Acquisitions (3.0 credits) BUSI 618: Global Financial Markets (1.5 credits) Marketing BUSI 488: Data Science in the Business World (3.0 credits) BUSI 490-091: Global Brand Strategy (1.5 credits) BUSI 562: Consumer Behavior (3.0 credits) BUSI 563/BUSI 490-096: Retailing & Distribution Channels (1.5 credits) BUSI 564: New Product Development (3.0 credits) BUSI 566: Marketing Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 568/ BUSI 490: Marketing Analysis & Decision Making (1.5 credits) BUSI 590-038: B2B Marketing (3.0 credits) BUSI 617: Global Marketing (3.0 credits) Operations BUSI 532: Service Operations (3.0 credits) BUSI 533: Supply Chain Management (3.0 credits) Organizational Behavior BUSI 547: Managerial Decision Making (1.5 credits) BUSI 555: Groups & Teams in Organizations (1.5 credits) Strategy & Entrepreneurship BUSI 490-112: People Analytics (1.5 credits) BUSI 506: Entrepreneurial Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 525: Advanced Business Presentations (3.0 credits) Sustainability BUSI 490-108/BUSI 508: Sustainability Business Impact Entrepreneurship (1.5 credits) BUSI 507H: Sustainable Business & Social Entrepreneurship (3.0 credits) Accounting BUSI 490-105: Financial Stmt. Analysis & Valuation (1.5 credits) BUSI 574: Taxes and Business Strategy (3.0 credits) Healthcare BUSI 490-097/BUSI 627: Healthcare Brand Plan (1.5 credits) Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team. BUSI 490-104: Corporate Social Advocacy and Activism (1.5 credits) *Application and permission is needed. Students should submit request according to instructions posted on the undergraduate business program announcement board prior to registration for the semester the course is being offered. Entrepreneurship Master the necessary skills to identify and pursue entrepreneurial opportunities after graduation or, more often, later in your career. Learn how to start your own company, work for a start-up, find an entrepreneurial opportunity within a larger company or go into a related area, such as venture capital or social entrepreneurship. 3.0 credits required from selected electives BUSI 500/500H: Entrepreneurship and Business Planning (3.0 credits) BUSI 506: Entrepreneurial Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 509H. Entrepreneurs Lab (3.0 credits) 6.0 credits from selected upper level electives 490-102 /103 Introduction to FinTech – Blockchain Technologies and Cryptocurrencies (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-110: Intellectual Property and Technology Strategy (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-114: Technology Commercialization (1.5 credits) BUSI 521: Design Thinking (3.0 credits) BUSI 501: Professional Selling Strategies (1.5 credits) BUSI 502: Entrepreneurial Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 503: Family Business I: Introduction to Family Enterprise (1.5 credits) BUSI 504: Launching the Venture (1.5 credits) * BUSI 505: Entrepreneurial Consulting (3.0 credits) BUSI 507H: Sustainable Business & Social Entrepreneurship (3.0 credits) BUSI 508/BUSI 490-108: Sustainable Business and Impact Entrepreneurship (1.5 credits) BUSI 512: Family Business II: Governance and Ownership (1.5 credits) BUSI 517: Private Equity and Debt Markets (1.5 credits) BUSI 564: Design Thinking and New Product Development (3.0 credits) BUSI 574: Taxes and Business Strategy (3.0 credits) Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team *Application and permission is needed. Students should submit request according to instructions posted on the undergraduate business program announcement board prior to registration for the semester the course is being offered. Investment Banking Prepare for an investment banking-related position with an investment or commercial bank or private equity firm. Learn core skills in corporate financial strategy, financial modeling, debt and equity issues, valuation, mergers and acquisitions, financial planning, risk management and financial analysis. We also recommend this if you’re interested in financial consulting, venture capital or a finance-related position within a Fortune 500, large-cap or mid-cap company. Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 408 Corporate Finance as a pre/corequisite – minimum grade of “C”. Required Courses: BUSI 409H: Advanced Corporate Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 582H: Mergers & Acquisitions (3.0 credits) 4.5 credits from selected upper level electives Highly Recommended Elective Courses (at least 1.5 hours from this group) BUSI 490-089 Financial Modeling for Leveraged Buyout Transactions (1.5 credits) BUSI 606: Buyout Structures and Deals (1.5 credits) BUSI 518: Applied Private Equity (3.0 credits) BUSI 584: Financial Modeling (3.0 credits) BUSI 587: Investment Banking (1.5 credits) * BUSI 588H: Introduction to Derivative Securities & Risk Management (1.5 credits) Other Approved Elective Courses BUSI 490-102/103: Intro to FinTech – Blockchain Technologies and Cryptocurrencies (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-113: Sustainable Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-105: Financial Stmt Analysis & Valuation (1.5 credits) BUSI 574: Taxes and Business Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 580H: Investments (3.0 credits) BUSI 589H: Fixed Income (1.5 credits) BUSI 591: Behavioral Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 600: Risk Management (1.5 credits) * BUSI 602: Strategic Economics (1.5 credits) BUSI 607: Capital Markets: Institutions, Players & Regulators (1.5 credits) BUSI 618: Global Financial Markets (1.5 credits) BUSI 688: Applied Trading Strategies (1.5 credits) * Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team *Application and permission is needed. Students should submit request according to instructions posted on the undergraduate business program announcement board prior to registration for the semester the course is being offered. Investment Management Prepare for analytical and leadership positions on both the buy and sell sides of securities markets, including security analysis and portfolio management, capital markets, sales and trading, and personal client services (private wealth management). Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 408 Corporate Finance as a pre/corequisite – minimum grade of “C”. Required Course: BUSI 580H Investment (3.0 credits) 6.0 credits from selected upper level electives BUSI 490-089: Financial Modeling for Leveraged Buyout Transactions (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-102/103: Intro to FinTech – Blockchain Technologies and Cryptocurrencies (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-105: Financial Stmt Analysis & Valuation (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-113: Sustainable Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 517: Private Equity & Debt Markets (1.5 credits) BUSI 518: Applied Private Equity (3.0 credits) BUSI 574: Taxes and Business Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 583H: Applied Investment Management (two terms, total of 6.0 credits)* BUSI 584: Financial Modeling (3.0 credits) BUSI 588H: Intro to Derivative Securities & Risk Management (1.5 credits) BUSI 589H: Fixed Income (1.5 credits) BUSI 598: Alternative Investments (3.0 credits) * BUSI 600: Risk Management (1.5 credits) * BUSI 607: Capital Markets: Institutions, Players, and Regulators (1.5 credits) BUSI 618: Global Financial Markets (1.5 credits) BUSI 688 Applied Derivatives (1.5 credits) Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team *Application and permission is needed. Students should submit request according to instructions posted on the undergraduate business program announcement board prior to registration for the semester the course is being offered. Marketing Management & Sales Prepare for a position in corporate or field marketing, product or brand management for banking, financial services, retailing or consumer/business/technology products and services companies. We also recommend this if you’re interested in starting your own business or working for a small company where you need to provide a wide spectrum of marketing services. Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 406 Principles of Marketing as a prerequisite – minimum grade of “C”. 9.0 credits from selected upper level electives BUSI 488: Data Science in the Business World (3.0 credits) BUSI 490-091: Global Brand Strategy (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-094 & 095: Marketing Analysis & Decision Making (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-096: Retail & Distribution Channels (1.5 credits) BUSI 501/490-107: Professional Selling Strategies (1.5 credits) BUSI 558: Digital Marketing (3.0 credits) BUSI 562: Consumer Behavior (3.0 credits) BUSI 563: Retail & E-tail Marketing (1.5 credits) BUSI 564: Design Thinking and Product Development (3.0 credits) BUSI 566: Marketing Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 567/BUSI 590-036: Customer Relationship Management (3.0 credits) BUSI 568: Customer Insights and Analytics (1.5 credits) BUSI 590-038: B2B Marketing (3.0 credits) BUSI 617: Global Marketing (3.0 credits) BUSI 627: Healthcare Brand Plan (1.5 credits) Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team Multinational Finance Prepare for positions in corporate finance within Fortune 500 large-cap and mid-cap companies, as well as in smaller, entrepreneurial firms; investment and commercial banks; financial and general management consulting; and venture capital and private equity firms. Learn the skills required to run a company from the perspective of the chief financial officer (CFO): financial planning and analysis, financial modeling, debt and equity issues, valuation, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, financial reporting and analysis, and taxation. Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 408 Corporate Finance as a prerequisite – minimum grade of “C”. 9.0 credits from selected upper level electives BUSI 409H: Advanced Corporate Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-089 Financial Modeling for Leveraged Buyout Transactions (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-102/103: Intro to FinTech – Blockchain Technologies and Cryptocurrencies (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-105: Financial Stmt Analysis & Valuation (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-113: Sustainable Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 490-117: Stakeholder Capitalism (1.5 credits) BUSI 502: Entrepreneurial Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 517: Private Equity & Debt Markets (1.5 credits) BUSI 518: Applied Private Equity (3.0 credits) BUSI 574: Taxes and Business Strategy (3.0 credits) BUSI 580H: Investments (3.0 credits) BUSI 582H: Mergers & Acquisitions (3.0 credits) BUSI 584: Financial Modeling (3.0 credits) BUSI 585: Introduction to Real Estate (3.0 credits) BUSI 587: Investment Banking (1.5 credits) * BUSI 588H: Introduction to Derivative Securities & Risk Management (1.5 credits) BUSI 589H: Fixed Income (1.5 credits) BUSI 591: Behavioral Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 600: Risk Management (1.5 credits) * BUSI 602: Strategic Economics (1.5 credits) BUSI 606: Buyout Structures and Deals (1.5 credits) BUSI 607: Capital Markets – Institutions, Players & Regulators (1.5 credits) BUSI 618: Global Financial Markets (1.5 credits) Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team *Application and permission is needed. Students should submit request according to instructions posted on the undergraduate business program announcement board prior to registration for the semester the course is being offered. Operations Management Develop the competencies required to identify, analyze and improve the value of the processes used to transform inputs (materials and information) into finished products and services. Learn how to establish robust operations strategies for both the manufacturing and service sectors, understand the fundamentals of global supply chain management, and model, analyze and optimize complex systems. Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 403 Operations Management with a minimum grade of “C”. BUSI 410 Business Analytical Applications highly encouraged in 2nd semester at Kenan-Flagler. Required Course: BUSI 533H: Supply Chain Management (3.0 credits) 6.0 credits from selected upper level electives BUSI 490-024/025: Healthcare Operations (1.5 credits)* BUSI 532H: Service Operations (3.0 credits) BUSI 534: Business Modeling with Excel (3.0 credits) OR STOR 305: Decision Making Using Spreadsheet Models (3.0 credits) BUSI 536: Project Management (1.5 credits) (application and permission)* BUSI 537: Retail Operations (1.5 credits) (application and permission)* BUSI 538: Sustainable Operations (1.5 credits) (application and permission)* BUSI 554H: Consulting Skills and Frameworks (3.0 credits) * Other Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team *Application and permission is needed. Students should submit request according to instructions posted on the undergraduate business program announcement board prior to registration for the semester the course is being offered. Real Estate Develop a broad background in all aspects of the real estate industry in preparation for a position in real estate investment, finance, development, consulting, investment banking, corporate real estate and in most other possible fields in the real estate industry. Courses in this emphasis have BUSI 408 Corporate Finance as a prerequisite – minimum grade of “C”. Required Courses: BUSI 585: Introduction to Real Estate (3.0 credits) BUSI 601: Real Estate Finance (1.5 credits) BUSI 603: Real Estate Development (1.5 credits) BUSI 604H: Real Estate and Capital Markets (1.5 credits) The remaining credits – for a total of 9.0 credit hours – from selected upper level electives BUSI 580H: Investment (3.0 credits) BUSI 589: Fixed Income (1.5 credits) PLAN 246: Cities of the Future (3 credits) or PLAN 375: Real Estate Development (3 credits) * Special Topics courses (BUSI 490/BUSI 590) as appropriate, verify by contacting the UBP Academics Team *Does not apply towards business elective requirement for the major. Are You Ready? Become an Undergraduate Business Student. If you are a current UNC student who is ready to pursue a business degree, your next step is to learn about the application and admission process. Apply to UBP Become a UNC Student. If you are not yet a UNC student, your first step to joining the Undergraduate Business Program is to apply to Carolina. Apply to UNC Related News. View more Learning from leaders. The Dean’s Speaker Series returns with a lineup of outstanding leaders, including two alumni. Another step forward. Ruben Rakonczai (BSBA ’21) moved to the U.S. from Hungary with a suitcase and his parents looking for a better life. Comfortable with being uncomfortable. A two-time recipient of scholarship for University employees’ children of reflects on her time at Carolina and abroad.
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BodyWhat Exactly Can You Do with A Business Degree? Quite a Lot.Business AdministrationBusiness ProgramsMaster of Business AdministrationDoctor of Business AdministrationAccording to the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Job Outlook 2017 Report, over 72 percent of all businesses in the country intend to hire employees with a business degree.That fact makes a business degree one of the most popular degrees at any university. But, what exactly can you do with a degree in business? What types of jobs might you be able to land with the degree? The answer is that it depends—both on your goals and on the type of degree you choose.Here is a helpful guide to help you decide.What is a Business Degree?A business degree teaches theories of finance, marketing, and management and administration—and how to apply these theories to real-world problems—in order to prepare the student for the fast-paced, fast-changing business world.At the Bachelor's level, there are a wide range of business degree specializations to choose from. Options include:AccountingFinanceEntrepreneurshipHuman ResourcesHealthcare ManagementInternational BusinessMarketingPublic AdministrationHealthcare Administration/ManagementMany entry-level positions in business—from sports management to international business—only require an undergraduate degree. Students in these programs learn broad industry best-practices and special knowledge specific to the intended career path, such as healthcare workflows or renewable energy technology.However, if you are aspiring to an upper-tier leadership role, you will likely need a master’s degree—or even a doctorate. Earning an advanced degree late in your career can also deliver a salary boost within a current position.Why Earn a Business Degree. According to a 2014 Georgetown University study reported by Forbes: “a college graduate will earn a median $1 million more than a high school grad over his or her lifetime—completing a law, business or other professional degree adds another $1.3 million to that figure.”It’s clear that adding a business degree to your resume will likely lead to a higher salary, whether you are a recent graduate or an established professional in your field. However, that’s not the only reason to earn a business degree. It can boost your career performance in many other ways:10 In-Demand Careers That Require a Specialized Business Degree. For forward-thinking business degree-seekers out there, here are 10 growing careers and degree programs that can help you prepare for them.1. International Management AnalystManagement analysts analyze the relations between a company and its foreign partners and find ways to resolve problems and facilitate smoother workflows.Median Salary: $82,450Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 115,200Projected Growth: 14%Recommended Business Degree: International Business B.S. or International Finance, B.S.As business becomes increasingly global, the need for expertise on international laws, finance, and tax codes will continue to multiply. After mastering foreign risk assessment, the impact of globalization, and culturally sensitive communication, international business grads will be ready to face the world as management analysts or consultants.2. Renewable Energy Technology ManagersRenewable energy technology managers use their knowledge of energy technology and engineering to increase energy efficiency and sustainable design.Median Salary: $73,750Projected Growth: 16-24% (for all wind and solar power jobs)Recommended Business Degree: Renewable Energy Technology Management, B.S.As renewable energy sources such as wind and solar become more desirable and cost-effective than coal and natural gas, jobs in the green energy field are greatly increasing. Working in this field is a great way to make a difference in the push toward limiting our carbon footprint.3. Information Systems ManagerAs an information systems manager, you will be responsible for developing and directing the information technology goals of a business.Median Salary: $139,220Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 44,200Job Growth: 12%Recommended Business Degree: Information Technology Management, B.S.Demand for these jobs is skyrocketing as business computer networks become increasingly complex. The pay and benefits are well above average, and there are often opportunities to work remotely in this field, for those wanting more flexibility.When it comes to paying for school, grants are among your best options. But do you know how to find them? Remove the guesswork by downloading this free guide.  . 4. Financial ExaminerForensic accountants combine their accounting and finance expertise with investigative skills to identify a range of white-collar crimes.Median Salary: $81,690Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 5,100Projected Growth: 10%Recommended Business Degree: Forensic Accounting, B.S.Financial Examiners often work for private accounting firms and banks, as well as the FBI or CIA. Due to changing and increasing financial regulations, this position will be in high demand for many years to come.5. Healthcare Business AnalystHealthcare business analysts use their critical knowledge in financial management and healthcare workflow to locate problems and areas for improvement at hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes.Median Salary: $81,3200Expected New Jobs (2016-2026):Projected Growth: 14%Recommended Business Degree: Healthcare Management, B.S.The healthcare industry is predicted to undergo explosive growth over the next 40 years, and a degree in healthcare management is a great way to meet the demand. These leaders assess growth areas and propose innovative ways to address key issues and increase performance.6. Emergency Management DirectorIf you are interested in police, fire, and other emergency response careers—or already employed at the entry-level in one of these fields—you should consider a major in public safety administrationMedian Salary: $72,760Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 800Projected Growth: 8%Recommended Business Degree: Public Safety Management & Leadership, B.S.A degree in Public Safety Management & Leadership focuses on public policy and administration, preparing you for a leadership role as an emergency management director. Preparing and responding to natural disasters and other emergencies requires lots of work on the outside, and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping keep the country safe.7. Financial ExaminerForensic accountants combine their accounting and finance expertise with investigative skills to identify a range of white-collar crimes.Median Salary: $81,690Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 5,100Projected Growth: 10%Recommended Business Degree: Forensic Accounting, B.S.Financial Examiners often work for private accounting firms and banks, as well as the FBI or CIA. Due to changing and increasing financial regulations, this position will be in high demand for many years to come.8. Health Information TechnicianHealth Information Technicians work with healthcare organizations to manage, use, and protect patient and business data. These jobs are in high demand across the country.Median Salary: $39,180Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 27,800Projected Growth: 13%Recommended Business Degree: Health Information Management, B.S.Health information technicians are responsible for sensitive healthcare data. They are responsible for coding data to comply with security and privacy regulations, while ensuring it is accessible to the right people. Technicians often work closely with clinical databases and registries to help the organization increase its’ quality of care and deliver a superior patient experience.9. Logistics ManagerA Logistics Manager is the person who oversees the purchasing and shipping of products or goods within a supply chain. This role is critical to keep the operation on track (and on budget).Median Salary: $74,590Projected Growth: 7%Recommended Business Degree: Operations & Supply Chain Management, B.S.Logistics managers oversee many areas of the supply chain, including transportation, warehousing, and stock control. They will often spend a lot of time visiting stops along the supply chain. The efficiency of a company’s supply chain has a huge impact on its profitability, and logistics managers are key to this component.10. High School Business TeacherHigh school business teachers teach introductory business courses (such as business operations, marketing, and management).Median Salary: $59,170Expected New Jobs (2016-2026): 76,800 (for all high school teachers)Projected Growth: 8% (for all high school teachers)Recommended Business Degree: Business Education, B.S.If you enjoy working with students and studying business principles, then consider getting a business education degree. This degree will set you up to teach business fundamentals to 9th-12th graders in a memorable format. A degree will help you develop educational tools to teach business to the next generation of leaders.Making the Leap. Business degrees are popular—and for good reason. With all the choices out there, finding a program that fits your passions and skill set, in tow with good financial incentives, is possible. If you’re on the fence, consider our recommendations for making the leap to earning your business degree.Free Guide:Download NowWhere to Find Free Money to go Back to SchoolLearn how to get grants to cut college costs.Related Articles. A Business Degree is the Most Popular Online DegreeWhat Jobs Will a Business Degree Prepare You For?10 Best Business Degrees for Career-SeekersIs a Business Degree Worth It?Is a Business Administration Degree Worth It? DegreesMicrocredentials & CertificatesAdmissionsTuition & Financial AidTransferring CreditThe Franklin ExperienceAbout UsSafety & SecurityPolicy InformationPrivacy StatementTerms of UseCareers At FranklinSitemapFranklin University Founded in 1902, Franklin is an accredited nonprofit university offering flexible college degrees online and at locations in Ohio and the Midwest. Franklin University201 S Grant Ave.Columbus, OH43215 Local: (614) 797-4700 Toll Free: (877) 341-6300 [email protected] Copyright 2022 Franklin University
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TitleUndergraduate Programs | Belk College of Business | UNC Charlotte
Urlhttps://belkcollege.charlotte.edu/academic-programs
DescriptionQuality education through integrated academic experiences that position graduates for personal success and civic responsibility
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BodyUndergraduate Programs Quality education through integrated academic experiences that position graduates for personal success and civic responsibility.   Our deep rooted partnerships with business leaders in the Charlotte area create a dialogue that shapes our industry-relevant curriculum and provides one of the nation's most dynamic business cities with valuable research and employable talent. The Belk College offers three undergraduate degrees with a variety of majors and concentrations available: Bachelor of Science  (B.S.) in Accounting, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.), and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Economics.  Students can declare one of the Belk College of Business upper-division majors after fulfilling and maintaining a GPA of 2.5 in progression requirements, earning a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and earning 60 credit hours. For current students with specific questions regarding their major, please email: [email protected]  MAJORS. Accounting. Business Analytics. Economics. Finance. International Business. Management. Management Information Systems. Marketing. Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM).   MINORS. Economics Minor Information International Management Minor Information MGIS Minor Information OSCM Minor Information CERTIFICATES. Undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship - more information coming soon!   Niblock Student Center
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TitleUndergraduate Majors | FAU Business
Urlhttps://business.fau.edu/undergraduate/majors/
Description
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Undergraduate Degrees
Undergraduate Business Majors
AACSB Accreditation
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BodyUndergraduate Majors FAU and its degree programs are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), which is the regional accreditation agency responsible for the review of institutions in the southeast United States. In addition to regional accreditation from SACS, FAU’s College of Business has earned professional accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB’s programmatic accreditation ensures the quality of educational offerings and is continuously benchmarked against criteria that prepare students for professional business careers.   list of Business Majors and Required Courses   Declaring a Business Major. All students in the College of Business are initially classified as Pre-Business (PBUS) until they have satisfied all requirements for admission to a major.  Click the button below to learn more about general requirements to declare or scroll down to view program sheets by major.  To declare a business major, please schedule an advising appointment.   Requirements for Admission to a Business Major     Undergraduate Degrees. Three undergraduate degrees are available in the College of Business. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA):  This is the degree earned by most students who complete the business core (majors in Accounting, Economics with Concentration in Business Economics, Finance, Hospitality, International Business, Management Infomation Systems, Management, and Marketing).  The business core curriculum provides a solid foundation in various areas of business. Bachelor of Science (BS):  Students in a business core major have the option to instead earn a Bachelor of Science degree by taking six additional hours of approved advanced math courses.  The BS degree is also earned by all students completing the General Economics major or the Data Science and Analytics major. Bachelor of Health Services (BHS):  This is the degree earned by Health Administration majors   Undergraduate Business Majors  . The table below lists all undergraduate majors offered in the College of Business at FAU.  You can download a program sheet for each major to get an idea of the required courses; however, as an FAU student, you are encouraged to meet with an advisor before registration to stay on track and to take only what is required for your degree.  We look forward to partnering with you to meet your academic and professional goals!    Major Program Sheet by Major Webpage for Major Webpage for Online BBA Major Accounting Data Science and Analytics      Economics - Business   Economics - General   Finance   Health Administration   Hospitality & Tourism Management International Business   Management (Leadership or Entrepreneurship) Management Information Systems   Marketing (General Marketing or Advertising)   Please note: The term Online BBA (OBBA) at FAU is used to describe the 3rd and 4th year of the BBA degree offered in a fully online format. The College of Business offers online majors and does not offer an “OBBA” degree. Your diploma will not include the terms “Online”, “Online BBA”, or “OBBA." Undergraduate Online Online BBA Learn More Fully Online Courses Learn More LCVS Classes Learn More Accreditation & Rankings AACSB Accreditation. Proud member of AACSB, the premier accreditation agency for business schools Top-50 in Entrepreneurship. Third consecutive ranking from The Princeton Review Best International Business. #19 undergrad. by U.S. News & World Report Best Undergrad. Business. Recognized for best undergrad. business Best Part-Time MBA. Ranked among the best part-time MBA programs Best MBA in Sport Management. Top-20 in the world according to SportBusiness Best Online Bachelor's in Business. #27 for best online bachelor's in business Best Online Grad. Business. Selected among the best online master's in business (non-MBA) Best Online MBA. Ranked for best online MBA programs Best Online MBA for Veterans. Honored as a best online MBA program for veterans ACTA Oases of Excellence. Phil Smith and Adams Centers named ACTA Oases of Excellence FT Executive Education Rankings. #11 (U.S.) and #1 (Florida) in the Financial Times rankings Rankings Page ©
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TitleBusiness Degree - Online Business Classes
Urlhttps://missioncollege.edu/depts/business/
Description
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Organic Position17
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H2Earn a Business Degree
H3>Gain Widely-Applicable Skills
H2WithAnchorsEarn a Business Degree
BodyContent DonateToday Earn a Business Degree. >Gain Widely-Applicable Skills. Business Program. Request Info Earn an associate's degree in Business, transfer, or take classes to expand your skills. If you're looking for Bay Area Business degree programs, consider Mission College in Santa Clara, California.   Transfer to earn a bachelor's degree in Business at a UC or CSU. Make contacts for future Business degree jobs and internships. Take online Business classes at $46 per unit plus fees! Degrees/Certificates Business (AS) Business Administration (AS-T) Business Computing (C) Small Business Start-Up (C) Project Coordinator (C) Project Management (C) PDF of degrees/certificates Degrees/Certificates Business Courses Study global finance, marketing, project management, analytics,  entrepreneurship, and more. We also offer courses for the working professional. Download Brochure. PDF of Business courses. Course Descriptions I graduated from Mission College in Spring 2016 with an A.S. in Business and transferred to UCSD for the Fall 2016 term. I found a community at Mission with other students who were just as motivated to transfer to a university as I was. I'm so grateful for the people I've met - including all the amazing faculty and staff at the school that helped me reach my journey. Lina Kawas '16 Senior Loan Consultant Read Her Story Study in Japan June 2022 - one week trip. Email [email protected] details. Connect with Japanese business leaders. Experience Japanese culture, art, and food. Study in Japan Year Up Program Certificates in IT Help Desk, Project Management and Data Analysis. Internships at top companies in Silicon Valley. Supportive Year Up and Mission Staff. Year Up Program SAP Courses Study SAP and get ahead in your career or begin one in the fast-growing area. Courses in both Business and Accounting. Obtain a SAP Recognition Award. SAP Courses Courses to Consider Courses to Consider See all Courses.   Social Media Marketing (BUS 023) Combine your use of everyday social media with business in our BUS 023 Social Media Marketing course on Tuesday nights. Accounting Information Systems (ACC 073) one of the three Mission College courses that qualify for the SAP Recognition Certificate, issued directly by SAP. Business Analytics (BUS 041) Use SAP’s Predictive Analysis tools  to become big data literate and proficient in data environments of social media tracking, web analytics, customer and marketing information. Project Management (BUS 037/BUS 108) Prepare for the PMP® (Project Management Professional) or CAPM® (Certified Associate in Project Management) Certification exams.  Small Business Start-Up (BUS 054) Explore the opportunities and requirements of creating and managing your own business enterprise. Internet Marketing (BUS 084) Learn Internet marketing techniques and tools - examine how advanced technologies affect marketing functions. Develop a plan. Business Communications (BUS 078B) Communication theory, business writing style, and group communication.  Letters, email, employment messages, and reports are covered.   Business Degree Jobs Business Degree Jobs Skills Needed Skills Needed Communication. Negotiation. Leadership and Management. Data analysis. Organization and planning. Effective Communication. Financial literacy and market awareness. Effective Communication. Strategic thinking  and problem solving. Explore Career Paths Explore Career Paths If you don't know what to major in, or you already have a major but don't know how it translates into a career, start here. At Mission we can help you research your major and career options so you can make informed decisions.Read more about Career paths. Business Major Jobs Business Major Jobs Management. Entrepreneur/Founder. Business Owner. Project Manager. Sales Representative. Advertising, Marketing and Market Research. Retail and Retail Management. Investment Banking and Banking. Sales. Distribution and Logistics. Insurance Underwriting. Banker. Read more about careers for Business majors. 1897
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Result 23
TitleBusiness Administration Major | YSU
Urlhttps://ysu.edu/academics/williamson-college-business-administration/business-administration-major
DescriptionLearn to succeed by learning to lead. Earn your degree through our Business Administration program to help companies grow as profitable as your career
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Internships and Jobs
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BodyBusiness Administration MajorLearn to succeed by learning to lead. Earn your degree through our Business Administration program to help companies grow as profitable as your career. What You'll Study. Learn how businesses start, grow and succeed by making great financial decisions. You might like this major if you're a natural-born leader or a master organizer and planner. We prepare you for management positions in private, public and nonprofit organizations. Get an inside look at your future career options with the Williamson College of Business Administration's paid internship program. Wherever you choose to take your career, Youngstown State will be with you. And if you're looking to go into this field to work for charities or other nonprofits, get a head start at our Center for Nonprofit Leadership. Learn by doing with service-learning projects in the community. Or get ahead in the job market with one-on-one career coaching. Master of Business Administration available for this major.  Major. Business Administration Major All Business Administration majors must meet the BSBA program requirements. You'll take business and foundational courses and also choose two to four electives from one of these specializations: Enterprise Resource Planning. Learn to use software that streamlines your marketing, manufacturing, distribution and more. Entrepreneurship. Bring your ideas to life and start your own businesses. Human Resource Management. Manage people to work together for optimum results. International Business. Take your venture overseas and work around the world. Management Information Systems. Use statistics and computer data to check stocks and make the best decisions for your business. Course Listing Minors. Business Administration Minor (for Non-Business Majors) You don't have to be a business major to start your own business. If you're a non-business major and want to complement your degree, you can choose the Business minor with 21 credits. You'll study the fundamentals of every aspect of business—from management and finance to operations, social media and e-commerce. The minor helps you understand any industry more fully, and it gives you more leverage to compete in the job market after college, as all organizations benefit when employees know what it takes to keep the business running successfully. Course Listing Internships and Jobs. OUR STUDENTS HAVE INTERNED AT:  Covelli Enterprise  Ernst & Young  Morgan Stanley  NASA  State Farm Insurance WCBA Internship Opportunities OUR GRADUATES WORK FOR:  Wells Fargo  Packer Thomas  Vallourec Star  Cintas  General Motors  Goodyear Tire and Motor Company  MGM Grand Handshake Employment SearchOne More Thing. Being a part of the Business Administration program has provided me with so much knowledge that I know will be useful upon graduating. I am thankful that the business college offers countless opportunities, such as entrepreneur internships, where I can gain a firsthand experience working in the industry of my interest." Gianna Centofanti, Class of 2017 YSU.edu
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Result 24
TitleBBA | General Business Major | College of Business and Economics
Urlhttps://www.uww.edu/cobe/bachelors/degrees-and-majors/general-business
DescriptionExplore the general business major in the College of Business and Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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H1General Business
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UW-Whitewater Placement Information
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Request Info »
Ready to apply? »
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UW-Whitewater Placement Information
BodyGeneral Business Admissions ». Request Info ». Ready to apply? ». Description Curriculum Career Outcomes The General Business major is ideal for students who are interested in gaining a breadth of business knowledge. The program provides an engaging environment that advances critical thinking, innovative problem-solving, ethical behavior, leadership, and a commitment to diversity. Students choose classes from accounting, economics, finance and business law, information technology, management, marketing, occupational safety, and supply chain. During the course of their studies, students have the option of changing their major to specialize in a specific area or to remain in the general business major and graduate with a respected business degree from UW-Whitewater. A Safety and Risk Management emphasis is also available for the General Business major.  In addition to the on-campus program, the Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business is available online. No matter how you complete your degree, the curriculum and learning outcomes will be the same. For more information on completing your degree online, visit UW-Whitewater Online. The UW-Whitewater Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business requires a minimum of 120 credits, including: General education requirements  Business requirements  Major requirements  Electives (to bring the total to at least 120 credits) Information on the requirements specific to the general business major can be found in the Course Catalog. Major video guides and course planning sheets are also available in Four Year Planning Resources. Individuals wishing to deepen their knowledge with post-baccalaureate studies can complete an advanced degree in business online or on campus through the UW-Whitewater  Master of Business Administration and one of 12 unique emphases. General Business is also available as a minor for non-business students. Requirements can be found in the Course Catalog, or in the College of Business and Economics listing of minors and certificates. Job Outlook. Career prospects for general business majors are open-ended with the potential for embarking on a number of career paths. Employment of business occupations is projected to grow 7 percent from 2018 to 2028, which is faster than the average for all occupations, and the national median salary was $69,820 in 2019.1 UW-Whitewater Placement Information. Placement Rate2. 100% Highlighted Employers2. American Family, GE Healthcare, Milwaukee Tool, Pfizer, Siemens Healthineers, West Bend Mutual Insurance Common Titles2. Benefit Consultant, Business Analyst, Buyer, Claims Associate, Manager, Quality and Production Specialist 1 Bureau of Labor and Statistics - Occupational Handbook: Business and Financial Occupations2 Based on survey responses for the 2019-20 UW-Whitewater graduating class Request Information Visit Apply
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TitleBusiness Administration Majors | Degree Courses : Morehouse College
Urlhttps://www.morehouse.edu/academics/majors/business-administration/
DescriptionOur business administration majors include four concentrations - accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Find out degree courses and requirements
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Accounting Concentration
Finance Concentration
Management Concentration
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Accounting Concentration
Finance Concentration
Management Concentration
Marketing Concentration
BodyBusiness Administration Academics > Majors > Business Administration Majors OverviewCurriculumFacultyOnline Business Administration. The Division of Business Administration and Economics is proud to be an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business-accredited institution. Only achieved by about five percent of business schools worldwide, the AACSB Certification is awarded to institutions that demonstrate a commitment to the highest caliber academic experiences. Our business administration degree is available in four concentrations—accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Accounting Concentration. Accounting is the language of business. A student choosing the accounting concentration is choosing to prepare himself for any field of business by having a deep and thorough understanding of the foundation of businesses. Many of our alumni from accounting go on to work in the top four public accounting firms but just as many or more move into other fields, like banking, consulting, or technology. Accounting concentration students learn not only how to maintain the financial records of an organization but also how leaders use accounting information to make decisions. Students are also expected to recognize the high ethical standards required of the accounting profession. A graduate of the accounting concentration at Morehouse has a solid foundation to pursue the CPA designation and is encouraged to do so. Many of our alumni earned the CPA title. Outcomes Business majors demonstrate the following: Knowledge of the role, structure, and regulation of the accounting profession Knowledge of the importance of reliable financial statements, and the use of financial reporting for internal and external decision-making The role of accounting and the structure of the entities involved in the regulation of the accounting profession The ability to locate, organize, report, and present in writing, information related to learning outcome as a way of demonstrating the ability to communicate in writing effectively Knowledge of accounting processes through completion of the accounting cycle Knowledge of basic analysis of financial statements, the importance of reliable financial statements, and the use of the for decision-making Major course of study requirements The program consists of three components: core curriculum (36 semester hours), the major (60 semester hours), and free electives (24 semester hours). All business majors must complete the following designated core curriculum courses: HMTH 105 and HMTH 115 (a student who places into a higher level of math should consult his adviser); HECO 201 and any three-semester-hour HPSC (e.g., 251), HPSY (e.g., 101) or HSOC (e.g., 201) course for which the student satisfies the prerequisites; and HPHI 302. All business majors must also satisfactorily complete the business core courses. All business majors must complete the following advanced skills courses: HCOM 351 and HMTH 160. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and the completion of HMTH 115 with a grade of C or higher are required to enroll in HBA 211. Finance Concentration. The finance concentration is designed to prepare students for the exciting and lucrative field of financial services. Many of our alumni go on to work in banks, private equity, hedge funds, corporate finance and wealth management. The concentration requires 15 hours of finance courses beyond the business and general education core requirements. Finance concentration students take Advanced Corporate Finance to learn more about finance in corporations, Management of Financial Institutions to learn more about banking, and Investments to learn more about the various securities markets. Outcomes Business majors demonstrate the following: Understanding of the role of corporations, shareholder goals, agency theory, and financial management within the firm Understanding of international finance issues Ability to calculate and interpret financial statements and ratios Conceptual and mechanical understanding of time value of money, stock and bond valuation Understanding of the relationship between risk and return Understanding of the cost of capital calculation and effect of financial leverage on the firm Understanding the use of capital budgeting evaluation techniques, net present value, internal rate of return, and payback Major Course of Study Requirements A business major’s program of study consists of three components: the college-wide core curriculum (36 semester hours), the major (60 semester hours), and free electives (24 semester hours). All business majors must satisfactorily complete the following designated core curriculum courses: HMTH 105 and HMTH 115 (a student who places into a higher level of math should consult his adviser); HECO 201 and any three-semester-hour HPSC (e.g., 251), HPSY (e.g., 101) or HSOC (e.g., 201) course for which the student satisfies the prerequisites; and HPHI 302. All business majors must also satisfactorily complete the business core courses. Finally, all business majors must satisfactorily complete the following advanced skills courses: HCOM 351 and HMTH 160. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and the completion of HMTH 115 with a grade of C or higher are required to enroll in HBA 211. Management Concentration. The management concentration is designed to provide students with a strong general foundation for the business community. Management students often choose to follow the paths of human resources, operations, or entrepreneurship. The concentration requires 15 hours of management courses beyond the business and general education core requirements. Two courses are required, and students are given the option to choose three electives from a list of designated electives. The large number of electives represents the generalist approach of the concentration. Outcomes Management students will: ƒ Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the functional areas of business Have the ability to communicate effectively Think critically to analyze business problems and to define logical solutions Be able to describe the impact of technology on business and identify, evaluate, and use information technology to enhance personal and organizational productivity Demonstrate an awareness of global issues Demonstrate an understanding of professional, ethical, legal, and social issues and responsibilities Be able to apply the principles of leadership, demonstrate professional behavior, and effectively engage in a community project Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills in achieving team goals and objectives Be able to organize and synthesize information Gain exposure to various career alternatives and graduate education options Major Course of Study Requirements A business major’s program of study consists of three components: the college-wide core curriculum (36 semester hours), the major (60 semester hours), and free electives (24 semester hours). All business majors must complete the following designated core curriculum courses: HMTH 105 and HMTH 115 (a student who places into a higher level of math should consult his adviser); HECO 201 and any three-semester-hour HPSC (e.g., 251), HPSY (e.g., 101) or HSOC (e.g., 201) course for which the student satisfies the prerequisites; and HPHI 302. All business majors must also complete business core courses. Finally, all business majors must complete the following advanced skills courses: HCOM 351 and HMTH 160. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in all prerequisites with a C or higher in HMTH 115 is required to enroll in HBA 211. We offer our business administration with a management concentration in an online format. Marketing Concentration. We designed the marketing concentration to educate students about marketing and sales through coursework and experiential opportunities. The concentration requires 15 hours of marketing courses beyond the business and general education core requirements. Marketing concentration students participate in experiential research projects in their Marketing Research class. They participate in national sales competitions in their Principles of Professional Selling class and have won competitions such as the Partnering for Progress competition at Tuskegee University. And they visit businesses in their Buyer Behavior class to analyze their marketing and management processes and suggest changes to make the businesses better. Outcomes Understand consumers’ impact on the formulation of business’ marketing strategy Understand internal and external determinants of buyer behavior and how marketers can impact the consumer decision process Understand how products, services, and consumption activities contribute to the broader social world Demonstrate an awareness of the importance of ethical and socially responsible behavior in marketing Improve analytical and critical thinking skills Major Course of Study Requirements A business major’s program of study consists of three components: the college-wide core curriculum (36 semester hours), the major (60 semester hours), and free electives (23 semester hours). All business majors must complete the following designated core curriculum courses: HMTH 105 and HMTH 115 (a student who places into a higher level of math should consult his adviser); HECO 201 and any three-semester-hour HPSC (e.g., 251), HPSY (e.g., 101) or HSOC (e.g., 201) course for which the student satisfies the prerequisites; and HPHI 302. All business majors must also complete the business core courses. Finally, all business majors must complete the following advanced skills courses: HCOM 351 and HMTH 160. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and the completion of MTH 115 with a grade of C or higher are required to enroll in HBA 211.
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TitleBusiness | Pierce College District
Urlhttps://www.pierce.ctc.edu/business
DescriptionGain a competitive edge in the marketplace with a one-year specialized business certificate or a two-year associate’s degree
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Organic Position21
H1Business
H2Business Programs
Applied Business Professional Technical Associate Degree and Certificates
Associate in Business (DTA/MRP)
H3Face-to-Face Option
Online Option
H2WithAnchorsBusiness Programs
Applied Business Professional Technical Associate Degree and Certificates
Associate in Business (DTA/MRP)
BodyBusiness Image Gain a competitive edge in the marketplace with a one-year specialized business certificate or a two-year associate’s degree. Choose from a variety of courses to help advance your career. Explore all Business Pathways Business Programs. Pierce has three business options. Students can earn a specialized certificate in just one year or an associate’s degree in two. Getting ahead was never this easy!   Learn What Graduates of Our Program Told the Press (The News Tribune, July 8, 2021) Find out which business degree is right for you Applied Business Professional Technical Associate Degree and Certificates. The Pierce College Applied Business Program is designed to help students gain the knowledge, skills, experience and abilities employers desperately seek from top employees. Our degrees and certificates give graduates an excellent boost in obtaining career job entrance and advancement opportunities as leaders, managers, social media marketers, entrepreneurs, human resource professionals and experts in project management. Our program is governed by an advisory board of community members working as leaders in industry and faculty who help shape a cutting-edge curriculum that gives graduates an education that makes them competitive in the workplace and highly desirable to employers and four-year institutions. Associate in Applied Business professional/technical degrees and certificates NEW Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Business Management Associate in Business (DTA/MRP). At Pierce College, students have flexibility in completing their Business degree in any one of two ways and are then prepared to transfer to a four-year college. This transfer degree ensures that a student who completes this Associate in Business — DTA/MRP degree will have satisfied the lower division general education (or core) requirements and lower division business requirements at the baccalaureate institutions. Make an appointment with one of our advisors today to discuss this great career path. You can choose the path that fits your learning and lifestyle: Face-to-Face Option. A full array of classes meeting in person for those who prefer to attend in traditional classrooms. Online Option. Earn your online degree anywhere with Pierce College’s convenient online classes. Pierce College has dedicated and supportive faculty to provide meaningful learning experiences for you, as well as staff to help you should this be your first online experience. Business (DTA/MRP) Career Pathway Course Map
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TitleGlobal Business Major | Undergraduate Programs | USF Muma College of Business
Urlhttps://www.usf.edu/business/undergraduate/global/
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Global Business Major
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Global Business Major
BodyGlobal Business Skip Over Breadcrumbs and Secondary Navigation Global Business Major. View Brochure Global Business refers to business that is conducted across national borders. Firms face difficult challenges due to differences in country-specific political, economic, social, cultural, technological, institutional, regulatory, and organizational contexts. The Bachelor of Arts in Global Business provides students with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary for successful careers in the global business environment. Graduates will have not only a global business major, but also a concentration in one of the functional areas of business (finance, management, marketing, or business analytics and information systems). With this preparation, graduates will find employment in many manufacturing, service or knowledge-based industries with global markets, global suppliers, global sources of finance and/or a globally diverse workforce. The global business program is unique in that it combines preparation in business administration with language studies and a meaningful overseas work or study experience. Curriculum Guides Global Business with Business Analytics and Information Systems Concentration Global Business with Finance Concentration Global Business with Management Concentration Global Business with Marketing Concentration Apply for Admission  
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Result 28
TitleBusiness Administration | Office of Undergraduate Programs
Urlhttps://poole.ncsu.edu/undergraduate/majors-and-minors/business-administration/
Description
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H1Business Administration
H2About the Program
What Will I Learn?
Why Business Administration at NC State?
Business Administration Concentrations
EXPLORE CONCENTRATIONS
H3Entrepreneurship Concentration
Finance Concentration
Human Resource Management Concentration
Information Technology Concentration
Marketing Concentration
Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration
Think business administration is for you? Let’s get you started.
Prospective Students: Contact Admissions
Current Students: Contact an Academic Advisor
H2WithAnchorsAbout the Program
What Will I Learn?
Why Business Administration at NC State?
Business Administration Concentrations
EXPLORE CONCENTRATIONS
BodyBusiness Administration Business Administration refers to the activities involved in running, or administering, a business or other similar organization. Successful business people are familiar with all the major components and activities that make up the organization and how they work together for organizational success. Effective business professionals are able to look at the organization from a strategic perspective, enabling them to manage their specific responsibilities within the larger organization more effectively. About the Program. The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration focuses on core business functions. All students study finance, marketing, operations, human resource management, information technology, and entrepreneurship before declaring a concentration for more in ­depth study. The curriculum in Business Administration emphasizes ethical and global awareness, communication skills and critical thinking for decision making. Students complete the core curriculum requirements to build a foundation of business knowledge and then select their concentration of interest as a specialization. If you are looking for a vibrant and engaging place to study, if you think you have interest in analytical and people skills, and if you really care about both Think and Do, business administration would be a good fit for you. Sebastian HeeseOwens Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management What Will I Learn? Organize, analyze and apply information to make business decisionsOrganize and express ideas using appropriate language and grammar in a business contextAnalyze data and systemsUtilize key financial principles Identify and analyze business opportunitiesManage distribution channels and supply chain operationsUnderstand and predict consumers’ needs in the marketplaceDevelop marketing strategyIntegrate business functions to drive successful strategiesApply business and quantitative skills to solve real-world problems Why Business Administration at NC State? NC State’s Business Administration program provides students the business knowledge and analytical skills needed by companies across a variety of industries. Our hands-on and project-oriented courses and labs give students real-world experiences they can apply to today’s business challenges. Students engage with actual companies and industry partners through clubs, projects and internship opportunities to develop practical experiences. Our graduates have the skills and confidence to solve real-world business problems and communicate effective solutions. Business Administration Concentrations. EXPLORE CONCENTRATIONS. Entrepreneurship Concentration. Read more  Finance Concentration. Read more  Human Resource Management Concentration. Read more  Information Technology Concentration. Read more  Marketing Concentration. Read more  Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration. Read more  Think business administration is for you? Let’s get you started. . Prospective Students: Contact Admissions . If you have questions about Poole College majors and concentrations, email us at [email protected] Email Us  Current Students: Contact an Academic Advisor . Poole majors can make an appointment with an advisor using the Student Success GPS system at go.ncsu.edu/gps. Meet Poole Advisors 
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TitleBusiness Administration - Majors, Minors, and Areas of Study
Urlhttps://www.umw.edu/study/areas/business-administration/
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BodyBusiness Administration July 28, 2015 by Minor Major Major in business administration at the University of Mary Washington and you’ll position yourself to succeed in the corporate world or as an entrepreneur. You’ll learn ethics, strategy, legalities, and more from master teachers, some who’ve worked for Fortune 500s. And our research and internship opportunities will give you the real-world experience you need to make a difference. Degree Awarded. Students majoring in Business Administration who complete all requirements earn the degree of Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Administration. Areas of Study. UMW’s bachelor’s program in business administration lets you major in accounting, general business, or marketing. In addition, the program covers information systems and applications, applied statistics and business research, legal environment of business, principles of management, federal taxation, organizational behavior, human resource management, decision analysis, principles of finance, commercial law, consumer behavior, leadership theory and practice, negotiation, and more. Career Opportunities. Business administration majors become account managers, brokerage clerks, employment interviewers, fundraising specialists, human resource managers, insurance underwriters, investment brokers, accountants, Realtors, marketing specialists, purchasing agents, and more. Internships. At UMW, you’ll find internship opportunities close to campus and in nearby Washington, D.C., and Richmond, Virginia. Intern positions include real estate social media, advertising, marketing research and brand development, Chamber of Commerce communications, financial planning, and automotive business operations. Getting a liberal arts education provided me with the opportunity to explore several different areas … Ultimately, the Business Department is where I landed and was most passionate. The liberal arts education definitely worked great for me and provided me with important life skills such as critical thinking, teamwork, economic and societal differences, various political perspectives, and communication skills. – Dave Carrey ’96, CEO and co-founder, ROI Training Honors. To be eligible for honors in business administration, you must have a 3.25 grade-point average in upper-division business administration courses and a 3.0 GPA overall. You’ll do a research project, write a thesis, and defend it before a faculty honors committee. Requirements. Major Requirements. To receive a bachelor’s degree in business administration in your chosen major of accounting, general business, or marketing, you will earn 48 credits, including 30 in core business courses and 18 in upper-level electives. Minor Requirements. The Business Administration minor complements many majors and provides an opportunity for students to examine and evaluate the complex components of today’s competitive business environment. Eighteen (18) credits are required. Scholarships. Many scholarships are available for business majors. This is stuff we still need to figure out how to treat. DEPT URL COURSE LISTING URL VIDEO URL Special Majors. Students also have the option to design a special major that combines courses from two or more academic disciplines into a coherent plan of study. Special majors are developed with a faculty advisor and approved by a curriculum committee. Examples of some of the special majors UMW students have developed are journalism, digital media studies, Italian studies, linguistics, biochemistry, communication, arts management, and Latin American studies. Honors Program. The undergraduate Honors Program offers advanced students the opportunity to engage in rigorous honors designated coursework, interdisciplinary seminars, strong internship experiences, extended research and creative projects, and community service as part of a supportive community of learners. Degrees & Programs by College. College of Arts & Sciences College of Business College of Education Suggest Changes
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TitleBest Jobs for Graduates With a Business Degree
Urlhttps://www.thebalancecareers.com/best-jobs-for-business-majors-2059628
DescriptionThe best jobs for business majors, including the skills you need, job descriptions, potential earnings, job search tips, and how to get hired
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BodyBest Jobs for Graduates With a Business Degree Career Options to Consider for Business Majors. Table of Contents Expand Table of Contents Skills Business Majors Have Top 10 Jobs for Business Majors 1. Accountant 2. Management Consultant 3. Social Media Manager 4. Financial Analyst 5. Actuary 6. College Admissions Representative 7. Business Teacher 8. Business Reporter 9. Corporate Attorney 10. Healthcare Administrator By Mike Profita Full Bio Mike Profita is a guest author for The Balance Careers who covers topics surrounding the hurdles of the job search and career transitions. Learn about our editorial policies Updated on March 18, 2021 Jo Zixuan Zhou / The Balance Business majors develop many valuable skills and areas of knowledge that enable them to make a significant contribution to the corporate and not-for-profit worlds. They can quantify a set of data, evaluate the financial impact of decisions, and use figures to back up their proposals. College students who major in business learn to write in a clear and concise manner while crafting case analyses and other business papers for their classes. Professors often require them to complete projects in groups, so they learn the challenges and value of teamwork while refining their presentation and leadership skills. Skills Business Majors Have . Dissecting business problems and recommending solutions help business majors to enhance their critical thinking and analytical skills. They learn to use information technology tools to gather, organize, and represent data for presentations and papers. Knowledge acquired in core subjects like marketing, management, human resources, and accounting prepare business majors to lead others in the workplace. With classes like business law and business ethics, students gain a legal and ethical perspective of the world around them. In addition, students with a degree in business gain a global perspective and an appreciation for the value of diversity by studying business practices in other cultures. Top 10 Jobs for Business Majors . 1. Accountant . Accountants help organizations to finance their operations, abide by government regulations, save money, and maximize their profits. They tap into the financial knowledge and skills learned in college to make sound decisions about an organization's resources. Accountants represent and communicate business information that is used by colleagues to operate more effectively, and by investors to make sound decisions about their investments. Accountants conduct audits and provide consulting and tax planning services. They often move on to leadership positions within the finance division of their organization or client organizations. All types of business, governmental nonprofit, and educational organizations enlist the services of accountants. Salary: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual income for accountants in May 2019 was $71,550. The lowest 10% earned less than $44,480, and the highest 10% earned more than $124,450. Job Outlook: Employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow by 4% between 2019 and 2029—about as fast as the average for all occupations. 2. Management Consultant . Management consultants or management analysts carry out a process for clients, not unlike the case analysis method used in many of the classes for business majors. They apply analytical and problem-solving skills to their projects and utilize the teamwork and presentation skills cultivated through their studies. Consultants are experts at gathering information, organizing it, and composing reports with their findings. Analysts are power users of technology as they process and represent data for their clients. Analysts enlist the spreadsheet, database, and presentation tools often applied to their class projects as business majors. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual income for management analysts in May 2019 was $85,260. The lowest 10% earned less than $49,700 and the highest 10% earned more than $154,310. Job Outlook: Employment of management analysts is projected to grow by 11% between 2019 and 2029—faster than the average for all occupations. 3. Social Media Manager . Social media managers utilize their tech savvy and knowledge of marketing communications to coordinate their employer's presence on sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. They enhance business activity, establish brand identity, and get the word out about their organization. Social media managers devise strategic plans, help develop content, and measure the impact of online campaigns. Social media managers enlist the support of staff to gather information for stories that can be placed on social media. Like business majors, social media managers must be team players and have the people skills to coax cooperation when they don't possess formal authority over colleagues. Salary: According to PayScale, social media managers earn an average salary of $51,433. 4. Financial Analyst . Business majors learn to assess the strengths and weaknesses of businesses and analyze trends in various industries. Financial analysts capitalize on those skills to evaluate companies, industries, and associated investments for clients or their parent company. They interpret financial statements, calculate ratios and other metrics, and write reports with recommendations for investments and the allocation of corporate resources. Financial analysts benefit from the coursework in accounting, finance, economics, and mathematics that is traditionally part of a business major. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual income for financial analysts in May 2019 was $81,590. The lowest 10% earned less than $47,230, and the highest 10% earned more than $156,150. Job Outlook: Employment of financial analysts is projected to grow by 5% between 2019 and 2029—faster than the average for all occupations. 5. Actuary . Business majors with a strong quantitative orientation to their background can become key players in the insurance industry by working as an actuary. Actuaries calculate the probability of risky events occurring, such as death, injury, accidents, fires, and illnesses, when insurance companies would be liable to pay out claims. They utilize knowledge of accounting, finance, and economics and carry out complex analyses of scenarios based on demographic profiles. Actuaries, like business majors, utilize spreadsheets, databases, and statistical software to conduct their analyses. In addition, actuaries must have strong writing, presentation, and persuasive skills to secure support from colleagues for their proposals. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual income for actuaries in May 2019 was $108,350. The lowest 10% earned less than $64,860, and the highest 10% earned more than $193,600. Job Outlook: Employment of actuaries is projected to grow by 18% between 2019 and 2029—much faster than the average growth rate for all occupations. 6. College Admissions Representative . Business majors who are interested in working in a college environment should consider a position with the admissions office as an option. Admissions staff draw upon the strong communication, presentation, and persuasive skills of the business major to reach out to prospective students. They develop marketing plans to strategically promote the college and encourage applications. Admissions staff, like business majors, must collaborate with other team members on projects and to deliver programs. A college admissions role is essentially a sales position for a college, so business majors with a strong foundation in sales and marketing and an outgoing personality are likely to be successful in this niche. Salary: According to Glassdoor, admissions representatives earn a median income of $43,088. 7. Business Teacher . Educating high-school students about the business world is an option for business majors who also complete the teacher education requirements. Business majors need the broad-based knowledge gained in marketing, management, finance, and accounting to carry out this role effectively. Strong verbal communication and interpersonal skills are required to engage students. Planning and presenting stimulating lessons are key to success as a teacher. Business majors can draw upon the wide array of instructional approaches that they have encountered while completing their degree. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual income for high-school teachers in May 2019 was $61,660. The lowest 10% earned less than $40,540, and the highest 10% earned more than $99,660. Job Outlook: Employment of high-school teachers is projected to grow by 4% between 2019 and 2029—about the same as the average growth rate for all occupations. 8. Business Reporter . Print, broadcast, and electronic media all provide extensive coverage of events and developments in the business and financial sectors. Business majors learn to analyze companies and industries and compose written summaries of their findings, just like reporters. They develop the communications and presentation skills needed to clearly articulate content about the business world. If you are fascinated by business, but would rather report on it than conduct business, this kind of reporting might be for you. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual income for reporters in May 2019 was $46,270. The lowest 10% earned less than $24,520 and the highest 10% earned more than $117,170. Job Outlook: Employment of reporters as a whole is projected to decline by 11% between 2019 and 2029. However, the proliferation of broadcast and online media coverage in relation to economic and business developments may provide better opportunities for those specializing in business reporting. 9. Corporate Attorney . Attorneys who practice corporate or business law benefit from the broad knowledge of business entities and practices acquired by business majors. The business major develops a solid foundation for areas of corporate law like bankruptcy, securities, contracts, mergers, collections, business successions, and incorporations. The research, writing, and presentation skills developed by business majors help corporate lawyers to carry out their work. Business majors with solid academic records and LSAT scores can gain acceptance at elite law schools. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual wage for lawyers was $122,960 in May 2019. The lowest 10% earned less than $59,670, and the highest 10% earned more than $208,000. Job Outlook: Employment of lawyers is projected to grow by 4% between 2019 and 2029—about the same as the average growth rate for all occupations. 10. Healthcare Administrator . Administrators in the healthcare sector must have knowledge of accounting, budgeting, human resources, marketing, management, business law, ethics, and information technology—all subjects that are covered in the business curriculum. Many business majors with an interest in the field will go on to graduate work in healthcare management. Teamwork, communication, analytical, and presentation skills of the business major are critical to the success of a healthcare administrator. Salary: According to the BLS, the median annual wage for medical and health service managers was $100,980 in May 2019. The lowest 10% earned less than $58,820, and the highest 10% earned more than $189,000. Job Outlook: Employment of medical and health service managers is projected to grow by 32% between 2019 and 2029—much faster than the average growth rate for all occupations. Article Sources. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Accountants and Auditors." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Management Analysts." Accessed March 18, 2021. PayScale. "Average Social Media Manager Salary." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Financial Analysts." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Actuaries." Accessed March 18, 2021. Glassdoor. "Admissions Representative Salaries." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "High School Teachers." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Lawyers." Accessed March 18, 2021. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Medical and Health Services Managers." Accessed March 18, 2021. 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TitleMajor in International Business | Elmhurst University
Urlhttps://www.elmhurst.edu/academics/departments/business/programs/international-business-major/
DescriptionCombine a solid business foundation with a global point of view. An international business major from Elmhurst University prepares you to take on the world
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H1Major in International Business
H2Cultivate Global Marketplaces
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BodyMajor in International BusinessThe international business major is an interdisciplinary degree administered by the Department of Business and Economics that combines courses in business, economics, foreign language and other areas to ensure students adequate preparation for positions with global corporations, banks, government and other international organizations.Cultivate Global Marketplaces. With courses in international accounting economics, finance and marketing and management, international business majors are highly encouraged to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to study abroad—supplementing their class work with first-hand experience in Europe, Africa, South America, and other continents around the world.Major Requirements. Students selecting this major should work closely with their advisors. Students must take the following courses in addition to the core curriculum. A student must maintain a C or better grade in the core curriculum.Required Courses. BUS 375 Capstone Global BusinessBUS 376 International FinanceECO 314 International Economics or ECO 316 Comparative Economics SystemsElectives: Two Courses Required. BUS 310 Business Analysis Using Microsoft ExcelECO 314 International Economics (if not taken as a requirement)ECO 316 Comparative Economic Systems (if not taken as a requirement)BUS 350 Cultural Diversity in OrganizationsBUS 468 Internship in International BusinessBUS 470 Seminar in Special TopicsBUS 490 International Business Travel/Study or International Travel/Study courses as designated from any majorBUS 492 Independent StudyCOM 315 Intercultural CommunicationPHL 310 Ethics and BusinessForeign Language Requirement. Knowledge of foreign languages and cultures is an important aspect of the international business major. International business majors are required to demonstrate a competency in a foreign language equivalent to a 300-level course in a foreign language. Fulfillment of this requirement is subject to the approval of the chair of the Department of Business and Economics.International Studies. Variable credit will be awarded for foreign-based study as part of the international business major. Students are strongly encouraged to pursue some form of foreign-based study as part of the international learning experience. It is highly recommended that a student consult with the chair of the Department of Business and Economics prior to making arrangements to discuss the various study-abroad options.The Minor. Students with a major in the Department of Business and Economics who wish to complete a minor in international business must take the following courses in addition to the business administration core and the requirements for their business major:ECO 314 International Economics or ECO 316 Comparative Economic SystemsBUS 375 Capstone Global BusinessBUS 376 International FinanceNote: Majors in nonbusiness department areas, such as political science or geography, who wish to have a concentration in international business, will need to take specific Department of Business and Economics prerequisites equivalent to a minor in business administration.Requirements for a Second Business Major with an International Business Major. In addition to the requirements for an international business major, students must complete all of the requirements listed for the second major in the Department of Business and Economics.Requirements for a Business Minor with an International Business Major. Three courses in a specialized business major (e.g., accounting, finance, logistics and supply chain management, management, marketing) are required.Note: Course minors in non-business areas (e.g., foreign language, political science and geography) are by interdepartmental arrangement. Request Info Plan a Visit Apply OnlineConnect with #elmhurstu. Instagram Facebook Twitter View All Close
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TitleUndergraduate Majors | Lundquist College of Business
Urlhttps://business.uoregon.edu/ug/majors
DescriptionThe Lundquist College of Business offers majors in business administration or accounting. But to get started for either you need to declare as a pre-business major. Get an overview of the majors we offer
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TitleOnline Business Degrees | Online Business Programs | WGU
Urlhttps://www.wgu.edu/online-business-degrees.html
DescriptionWGU’s College of Business offers accredited online business degrees in business management, marketing, accounting, IT, health, and more. Get your bachelor's or master's business degree at home with WGU
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H1WGU College of Business
H2Change Your Life With an Online Business Degree
ONLINE BUSINESS DEGREES
WGU vs. Traditional Universities Compare the Difference
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H3Business Bachelor's Degrees Online
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Business Degrees To Help Boost Your Salary
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BodyWGU College of Business Change Your Life With an Online Business Degree. Bachelor's Degrees Master's Degrees Apply Now Sandra, MBA grad ONLINE BUSINESS DEGREES. Put Your Ambition To Work   Our market-responsive online business degrees reach broadly across the business world, giving you options to explore. Benchmarks of business degree values are driven by what’s important to you: real-world application, the ability to graduate faster, and industry relevancy. EMPLOYER SATISFACTION 98% of employers included in a 2020 Harris Poll Survey said WGU grads met or exceeded expectations. EXCELLENCE AND RESPECT WGU's College of Business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). GUIDED BY A MENTOR A program mentor will be your guide, providing help and motivation throughout your WGU experience. Business Bachelor's Degrees Online. Business Business Management – B.S. Business Administration Hone your business acumen and garner added respect:... Hone your business acumen and garner added respect: Time: 70% of graduates finish within 41 months. Tuition and fees: $3,720 per 6-month term. Sample careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Account executive Business analyst Program manager Director or senior director Vice president This online degree program is an excellent choice for kick-starting your organizational management career. More Details APPLY NOW Business IT Management – B.S. Business Administration IT managers are needed in nearly every organization:... IT managers are needed in nearly every organization: Time: 70% of graduates finish within 41 months. Tuition and fees: $3,720 per 6-month term. Some careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Vice president of risk management Product security incident manager Vice president of technical services CTO and CIO Director of IT Key competencies of these online courses align with industry needs: management and leadership, networks and security, and information systems management. More Details APPLY NOW Business Healthcare Management – B.S. Business Administration You can become a healthcare industry leader:... You can become a healthcare industry leader: Compare with B.S. Health Information Management Time: 70% of graduates finish within 35 months. Tuition and fees: $3,720 per 6-month term. Sample careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Health information manager Community service manager Clinical manager Medical records manager Social service manager The online courses in this career-focused business degree program will prepare you with management-level skills and an up-to-date understanding of our healthcare delivery system. More Details APPLY NOW Business Accounting – B.S. Business Administration Have a knack for numbers or fine-tuning finances?... Have a knack for numbers or fine-tuning finances? Time: 70% of graduates finish within 41 months. Tuition and fees: $3,720 per 6-month term. Some careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Accounting manager Financial director Vice president of finance and operations Chief financial officer Forensic accountant Take your first step toward CPA certification and learn how to use GAAP, ledgers, and journals. More Details APPLY NOW Business Human Resource Management – B.S. Business Administration A SHRM-recognized online business degree program:... A SHRM-recognized online business degree program: Time: 70% of graduates finish within 35 months. Tuition and fees: $3,720 per 6-month term. Sample careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Human resource specialist Director of talent acquisition Recruiting manager Organizational learning specialist Vice president of HR Earn your B.S. in Human Resources and help build strong organizations. More Details APPLY NOW Business Marketing – B.S. Business Administration For those who want to lead brands and steer consumer markets:... For those who want to lead brands and steer consumer markets: Time: 70% of graduates finish within 41 months. Tuition and fees: $3,720 per 6-month term. Some careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Marketing and PR manager Director of marketing and communications Director of publications Customer intelligence manager Marketing sales manager Marketing is a creative and exciting field—and one where an undergraduate degree will open better opportunities. More Details APPLY NOW Health & Nursing Health Information Management – B.S. A program designed for future leaders in HIM:... A program designed for future leaders in HIM: Time: 60% of grads earned this degree in 36 months or less. Tuition and fees: $3,795 per 6-month term, plus a Health Professions Student Fee of $350. Some careers and jobs this degree will prepare you for: Director of informatics HIMS chief Information systems auditor Outpatient coder Health records manager This CAHIIM-accredited program makes you eligible for the RHIA exam.  Compare with B.S. Business – Healthcare Management More Details APPLY NOW Business Master's Degrees Online. Business Master of Business Administration The flexible MBA program you need, focused on business management,... The flexible MBA program you need, focused on business management, strategy, and leading teams: Time: Graduates can finish in 12 months. Tuition and fees: $4,675 per 6-month term. Sample careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: President and CEO Vice president Executive director Chief strategic officer Our competency-based model gives you an innovative learning experience you won't find anywhere else—and our MBA grads tell us they loved accelerating their program to see a faster ROI. More Details APPLY NOW Business MBA Healthcare Management Prepare for a career leading private or public healthcare organizations.... Prepare for a career leading private or public healthcare organizations. Time: Graduates can finish within 12 months. Tuition and fees: $4,675 per 6-month term. Some careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: President and CEO Vice president Administrative director Chief financial officer Other executive-level roles Healthcare is big business in today's complex economy.  Steer your career with this specialty MBA. Compare online business degrees This program is not the only online business degree WGU offers that is designed to create leaders in the field of healthcare. Compare our health leadership degrees. More Details APPLY NOW Business MBA Information Technology Management Earn the online college degree that can move your career into IT upper... Earn the online college degree that can move your career into IT upper management: Time: Graduates can finish in 12 months Tuition and fees: $4,675 per 6-month term. Sample careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Chief technology officer Director of IT services Senior systems administrator Management information systems director Computer and information systems manager Learn to navigate emergencies, execute strategies, and optimize systems with the competencies within this specialty MBA. More Details APPLY NOW Business Management and Leadership – M.S. An online master's degree focused on change management, innovation, and... An online master's degree focused on change management, innovation, and leading teams: Time: Graduates can finish in 12 months. Tuition and fees: $4,675 per 6-month term. Sample careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: President Vice president Director of operations Executive director Develop a comprehensive suite of leadership skills and your confidence to navigate changing business structures. More Details APPLY NOW Business Accounting – M.S. Become better qualified to pursue a greater variety of public and private... Become better qualified to pursue a greater variety of public and private accounting positions: Time: 70% of grads finish within 23 months. Tuition and fees: $4,675 per 6-month term. Some careers and jobs this business degree will prepare you for: Accountant Accounting manager Internal audit manager Senior accountant Other specialized finance roles This MAcc program is designed to prepare you for the CPA exam and also the CMA or CIA exams. More Details APPLY NOW Technology Data Analytics – M.S. Lead businesses with strong analysis skills:... Lead businesses with strong analysis skills: Time: 70% of graduates finish within 22 months. Tuition and fees: $4,235 per 6-month term. Master data mining, visualization, and SQL—and lead analytics at the business of your choice. More Details APPLY NOW Technology Information Technology Management – M.S. A degree for experienced IT professionals ready to lead.... A degree for experienced IT professionals ready to lead. Time: 70% of graduates finish within 20 months. Tuition and fees: $4,235 per 6-month term. Included in your program—at no extra cost—is the opportunity to earn the valuable PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification. Maximize the opportunities that your IT career path has afforded you—earn your master's and keep moving up.  More Details APPLY NOW Health & Nursing Master of Health Leadership A master's focused on managing comprehensive, value-based care, directly... A master's focused on managing comprehensive, value-based care, directly in line with innovations in health and healthcare. Time: 78% of grads finish within 24 months.  Tuition and fees: $4,385 per 6-month term. Examples of careers and jobs this degree will prepare you for: Managed care executive Director of integrated care management Health center manager/clinic manager Director of integrated facilities Your rich experience in a health-related field can mean more when you bring a master's level of understanding to the problems that organizations need to solve. Compare degrees This program is not the only degree WGU offers designed to create leaders in the field of healthcare. Compare our health leadership degrees. More Details APPLY NOW Business Degrees To Help Boost Your Salary .   A business degree should be worth the cost. Our degree programs have proven to provide a great return on investment. In fact, WGU grads see an average salary increase of $12,000 within just two years of graduation, and undergraduates pay back their tuition investment in around a year and a half.* Great ROI and higher pay—a business degree from WGU is your foundation for career progression. *WGU 2020 Annual Report See Real Student Stories Explore More Find a Scholarship Explore More WGU vs. Traditional Universities Compare the Difference. Traditional Universities AVG. yearly tuition For BACHELOR’S DEGREES $12,705* $7,440 AVG. yearly tuition For MASTER’S DEGREES $23,138** $9,350 TUITION STRUCTURE Per credit hour Flat rate per 6-month term SUPPORT A counselor you have to schedule time with An individual Program Mentor who knows your goals and schedule EXAMS Scheduled time Whenever you feel ready SCHEDULE Professor led lectures at a certain time and place Courses available anytime, from anywhere *According to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System **According to data from the National Center for Education Statistics Apply Now See a Breakdown of Course Costs. Explore Now Business Programs with the Best ROI. It's important to be thoughtful before investing in a degree. Comparing the cost of the program and the ROI you'll get is key in determining if a program is right for you. WGU programs rank extremely highly when it comes to ROI and competitive tuition. Learn more about how we rank when it comes to post-graduate debt and salary levels. Bachelor of Science Business Management: 267% ROI LEARN MORE Bachelor of Science Marketing: 249% ROI LEARN MORE Bachelor of Science Accounting: 202% ROI LEARN MORE More Resources for Business Students. Should I Get an Online MBA? Discover how an online MBA can help you boost your career and salary. Explore More How to Become a Market Disruptor Discover what a market disruptor is and the skills you need to be one. Explore More What is Adaptive Leadership? Adaptive leadership is a practical approach to solving business issues. Explore More What Our Alumni Are Saying .   People love their WGU experience. See why it means so much to them, and what makes us different. SEE MORE “I got this job because I was a graduate with my bachelor's in accounting from WGU. My new degree got me my new job." — Raymond Baker, B.S. Accounting grad "At WGU, it feels more like, 'We are here for you. So whenever you're ready, we're ready.'" — Andrea Petty, B.S. Marketing grad "My program mentor at WGU was a huge encouragement to me and held me accountable to my weekly goals. One of the biggest reasons that I was able to continue each week was because of her guidance, encouragement, and sincere interest in my success." — Nathan Siebach, M.S. Management & Leadership grad Where WGU Graduates Work. Explore More College of Business FAQs. What is the best online college for a business degree? . Doing research is crucial when comparing business administration degrees. Things like the cost of the program, the amount of time it will take, and the courses are all important factors when making a decision. But there is more you should think about when making your choice. The amount of debt students have, the amount they are able to earn after they graduate, and how many online students a university has are also extremely important factors in determining which is the best program to meet your needs. 1. Excelsior College ROI: 497% Exclusively Online Students: 25,245 Tuition: $9,180 per year 2. Western Governors University ROI: 267% Exclusively Online Students: 136,139 Tuition: $6,450 per year See WGU's Business Management Program 3. American Public University System ROI: 249% Exclusively Online Students: 45,249 Tuition: $11,550 per year 4. Arizona State University—Skysong ROI: 225% Exclusively Online Students: 43,721 Tuition: $8,550 per year 5. Capella University ROI: 171% Exclusively Online Students: 37,859 Tuition: $10,710 per year What is the most inexpensive online college for business? . Compare tuition prices for business management programs at online colleges. Other fees may apply, and fees will vary based on degree program and institution. These calculations are made based on 4 year degree programs, with prices listed on an institution's website. Western Governors University $28,600 Capella University $38,400 Southern New Hampshire University $38,400 Purdue Global University $50,085 University of Phoenix $47,760 Grand Canyon University $56,400 Devry University $62,708 Walden University $62,795 How much does an online business degree cost? . On average, online business degrees will cost $38,000 to $60,000 total. There also may be in-state or out-of-state tuition factors, as well as additional fees. However, you may be able to find online degree programs that cost much less. For example, business degree programs at WGU are $3,720 per term for a bachelor's degree, and only $4,675 for graduate programs. This is less than half the cost of other online institutions.* How fast can I get an online business degree? . A bachelor's degree in business usually takes around four years to complete at a traditional university. Often online business degree programs allow you to accelerate your program. For example, at WGU business undergraduate programs can be completed in around two years thanks to the accelerated course program. What can I do with an online business degree? . An online business degree can open up many opportunities for you to begin or advance your career in business. Since a business degree is versatile and teaches many skills, it could qualify you to work in any of several unique industries. With an online business degree, you could potentially qualify for a job in management, finance, accounting, marketing, information technology, or even healthcare. So whether you want to be an accountant or a chief technology officer, an online business degree can help. Can I earn a CPA license in my state with a WGU degree? . CPA licensure requirements vary by state. Check here for more information about accounting license requirements in your state. *WGU average annual bachelor’s tuition rates are 57% the national average, compared to national rates reported by the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. WGU average rate does not include rates for WGU Bachelor of Science, Nursing Prelicensure program. The University. About Us Accessibility Accreditation Newsroom Careers For Students. Student Portal Admissions Catalog Financial Resources Alumni Services Most Visited Links. Business Programs Bachelor's Degrees Student Experience Online Degrees Scholarships State-Based Universities. WGU National WGU Indiana WGU Missouri WGU Nevada WGU North Carolina WGU Ohio WGU Tennessee WGU Texas WGU Washington Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Sitemap ©2022 WGU. All rights reserved.
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TitleMajor & Minor BA Degree in Business & Management - Wheaton College Massachusetts
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BodyBusiness and Management Major & Minor Business and Management . A business major that’s anything but business as usual. That’s what you’ll find in Wheaton’s multifaceted business and management program. With real-world consulting projects, immersive learning experiences, and a curriculum that covers more than the business side of business, you’ll leave Wheaton ready for the challenges of today’s marketplace. You can focus your major within areas of study called concentrations, including fields such as analytics, arts management, diversity and inclusion in organizations, finance, healthcare management, international business, marketing, and social entrepreneurship. This flexibility opens you up to a host of career opportunities from Wall Street to main street to applying business practices to the community or creative organizations. For more information, contact Leanna Lawter, chair. Programs. Business and Management Major: Creative Arts Management Concentration Business and Management Major: Finance and Business Analytics Concentration Business and Management Major: Healthcare Management Concentration Business and Management Major: Human Resource Management and Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations Concentration Business and Management Major: International Business and Cross Cultural Management Concentration Business and Management Major: Marketing, New Media, and Media Analytics Concentration Business and Management Major: Social Entrepreneurship, Non-Profit Management and Philanthropy Concentration Business and Management Minor Outcomes. 99% of Business and Management majors from the past five years have found employment or achieved a service opportunity within six months of graduation * 99% of Business and Management majors Recent Graduates. Sample First Jobs. Data Analyst, Interactive Data Corporation Investments Sales Representative, Fidelity Investments Marketing and PR Assistant, InVizible Relationship Administrator, BNY Mellon Sales Operations Specialist, BigBelly Solar Sample Graduate Schools. Boston University Brandeis University College of William and Mary Drexel University University of Hong Kong *outcomes data is based on a knowledge rate of 77% for the classes of 2014-2018 Recent student internships. The Wheaton Edge offers experiences beyond the classroom. Alexandra Labrecque . 2020, Business and Management Stephen E. and Carol M. Canter '66 Endowed Fund for Experiential Learning Jarfette, Carol Ann's Fabrications LLC, Andover, MA This internship has shown me a lot when it comes to what portion of business management that I want to go into, academically and career-wise. I definitely have a better sense of what I want to do. John Giberti . 2020, Business and Management, Economics Stephen E. and Carol M. Canter '66 Endowed Fund for Experiential Learning Prospect Hill Winery, Lebanon, ME This experience allowed me to draw upon my knowledge of business and to use what I learned in my biology courses. This internship gave me great insight into what it takes to run a small business. Margaret Dymes . 2021, Business and Management Casey Boll '07 Eareer Exploration Fund The American Red Cross, New York, NY Through this experience, I learned how to manage and lead others. I also discovered that I want to use my degree to go into nonprofit work. I am changing my major to business and management to pursue a career down this path. Troy Duffy . 2021, Business and Management, Economics Caroline C. Edwards '70 Current Use Internship Fund Shea and Co. CPAs Inc., Honolulu, HI This internship helped me to realize that accounting is the right field for me, and that cautiousness and patience are keys to success. Alex DuBrow . 2020, Business and Management Stephen E. and Carol M. Canter '66 Endowed Fund for Experiential Learning Camp Young Judaea, Amherst, NH This experience gave me insight into the business world, specifically sports within an organization, as well as allowing me to work with kids, which is also a passion of mine. Kiara Curet . 2021, Business and Management Wheaton Fund Internship CommonLit, Washington, D.C. This internship confirmed for me that digital marketing is something that I would like to do career-wise moving forward. Faculty. Kenneth Bray . Instructor of Business and Management C.C. Chapman . Instructor of Business and Management Imran Chowdhury . Diana Davis Spencer Chair of Social Entrepreneurship; Associate Professor of Business and Management James Freeman . Associate Professor of Economics, Chair, Department of Economics John Alexander Gildea . Professor of Economics Fatima Jebari . Assistant Professor of Business and Management Leanna Lawter . Associate Professor and Coordinator of Business and Management Sabrina L. Speights . Assistant Professor of Business and Management Related News from Wheaton. All news A pandemic business assessment . Associate Professor of Business and Management and Diana Davis Spencer Chair of Social Entrepreneurship Imran Chowdhury shares his insights on the changes he has seen in the business world during the pandemic. Healing around the world . Senior Augustina Nguyen will travel the world studying the intersection of traditional and modern health practices as Wheaton College’s latest winner of a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. Illuminating health disparities . Augustina Nguyen ’21 is tapping her research and coding skills to shed light on barriers to health care as a public health intern at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH). Related Posts by Students, Faculty & Staff. View All Posts Hair and Hiring—An Examination of Afrocentric & Eurocentric Hair Styling . April 28, 2021 Negative stereotypes around Afrocentric hairstyles as unprofessional affect Black American women in the work environment and have physical, psychological, and financial consequences. Sustainability Internship @ Mani & Co. . November 5, 2020 Mani&Co was more than just a learning experience it was understanding business development because the company still acted like a startup. Which allowed me to… Helping to feed community children during pandemic . May 12, 2020 Wheaton College (Mass.) brothers Ethan Thombs ’22 and Luke Thombs ’22 help feed children at Camp Mechuwana in Winthrop, Maine.
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TitleBusiness Degree Programs | COB | Northern Illinois University
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BodyBusiness Degree Programs at Northern Illinois University Cross boundaries with knowledge you can use. In all our degree programs, you'll experience teamwork, relationship building, a focus on business ethics and the blending of hands-on problem-solving with important classroom teachings. You’ll also stand out because of our unique set of college-level programs, specializations and certifications. NIU Business has held continuous AACSB International accreditation at all levels since 1969, only eight years after the college was founded. Departments. Accountancy Finance Management Marketing MBA Program Operations Management and Information Systems (OM&IS) Programs. Undergraduate Graduate Executive Education International Degree Programs Departments and Programs Departments Accountancy Finance Management Marketing MBA Program Operations Management and Information Systems Undergraduate Programs B.S. in Accountancy B.S. in Business Administration B.S. in Finance Accelerated B.S. in Finance/M.S. in Finance B.S. in Management B.S. in Marketing Accelerated B.S. in Marketing/M.S. in Digital Marketing B.S. in Operations Management and Information Systems Online B.S. in Marketing Graduate Programs MBA Program Master of Accountancy (MAC) Master of Accounting Science (MAS) M.S. in Data Analytics M.S. in Finance M.S. in Management Information Systems Online M.S. in Digital Marketing Executive Education International Degree Programs Contact Us. NIU College of BusinessBarsema Hall 740 Garden Road DeKalb, IL 60115 Departmental Contacts Connect With Us On. Facebook page Twitter page YouTube page LinkedIn page Instagram page Back to top
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