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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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H21. Mid-level Management for an Entrepreneurship Degree Holder
2. Business Consultant
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6. Teacher
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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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TitleUniversity of Redlands | School of Business & Society
Urlhttps://impact.redlands.edu/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwPu5t4qs3AIVAQAAAB0BAAAAEAAYACAAEgJVzfD_BwE
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Bodys Today: 888.999.9844Loading...By submitting this form, you are giving your express written consent without obligation for URSBS to contact you regarding our educational programs and services using email, phone, or text, including automated technology for calls and/or texts to the mobile number(s) provided. For more details, including how to opt out, read our privacy policy or contact an admissions advisor.UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & SOCIETYDOERS, DREAMERS, & TRAILBLAZERS.Aspiring Leaders Making a Real-World ImpactIf you’re among the doers, dreamers, and trailblazers who want to make an impact on business in a changing world—you’ve found your place. Gain the 21st century business skills you need to thrive and make a difference.Learn MoreA New Era in Business EducationWe offer distinctive bachelor’s, master’s, and certificate programs available online and on ground, including the Bachelor of Science in Business, Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Business Analytics, and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership.A New Era in Business EducationWe offer distinctive bachelor’s, master’s, and certificate programs available online and on ground, including the Bachelor of Science in Business, Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Business Analytics, and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership. Master of Business Administration (MBA). A Redlands MBA provides you with the skills, knowledge, and opportunities for professional growth that you need to succeed in business and society. More than that, we develop purposeful, ethical, and innovative leaders, so you are ready to tackle the most complex business and organizational challenges in a changing world. Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA). In a data-driven economy, harnessing the power of business analytics can help you create meaningful insights and make strategic, ethical decisions that will enhance your organization and your career. With a Master of Science in Business Analytics, you gain the quantitative and technical business skills necessary to thrive in this fast-growing analytics field. Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL). As a 21st-century leader, learn how to positively impact businesses and organizations by leading with strategy, purpose, and execution. The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program develops purposeful, ethical, and innovative leaders who are ready to succeed in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. Business Location Analytics Certificate. Gain valuable skills in location analytics, spatial business, and geographic information systems (GIS) and enhance your business decision-making. Learn the power of mapping demographic trends and how to use them in visual storytelling in this three-course graduate business certificate program. Bachelor of Science in Business. At Redlands, the Bachelor's of Science in Business goes beyond traditional administration or management education. Our program links your experiences with theories you acquire in the modern classroom to help you succeed. Whether you're just starting out or switching schools, our 60-unit bachelor's degree completion program can help you finish your degree on a part-time basis. Convenient online and on-ground offerings across seven campuses in Southern California.Strong professional connections with more than 30,000 alumni in the Redlands Business Network.Accredited by WSCUC and ACBSP.Ranked among the Top 10 Best Universities in the West. (2022 U.S. News & World Report)$0 application fee—it’s free to apply.Why You Should Choose the Redlands School of Business & SocietyLearn MoreHighly Satisfied GraduatesJoin a network of like-minded and satisfied leaders. Each year, our graduates tell us how their degree programs and experience at the Redlands School of Business & Society have helped them grow and succeed personally and professionally.HIGH VALUE94% of our 2021 graduates indicated that they were satisfied with the value of their education at the Redlands School of Business & Society.HIGH QUALITY95% of our 2021 graduates indicated that they were satisfied with their experience, including the quality of their education, their faculty, campus facilities, time to graduate, and more.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED94% of our 2021 graduates indicated that they would recommend the Redlands School of Business & Society to a friend or colleague.Learn MoreStatistics above based on 2021 Graduation Survey.A Distinctive Approach to Business EducationAs a leading educational institution, we have an opportunity to teach, mentor, and empower agile agents of change for a promising future. To accomplish that, we focus on seven pillars that guide us in delivering an integrated business education. These pillars are:Purposeful Leadership & Inclusive ManagementEthical Decision- MakingSocially Responsible PracticesData-Informed Decision- MakingInnovation & EntrepreneurshipGlobal & Cross-Cultural PerspectiveEnvironmental SustainabilityLearn More1200 East Colton Ave., Redlands, CA 92373 Tel: 888.999.9844©2021 University of Redlands. All Rights Reserved   |   Privacy Policy   |   Title IX   |   Ethics Reporting   |  Emergency The University of Redlands does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or other legally-protected characteristic in its programs and activities. Read the Notice of Nondiscrimination here.
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TitleGraduate Degree Programs | Hybrid and Online | PLNU
Urlhttps://go.pointloma.edu/fermanian-school-of-business/
DescriptionDiscover graduate degree programs and the Point Loma Nazarene University experience. Learn about your program and how it can fit your schedule
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Bodyhttps://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-PTJ3KS9" height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden"> Privacy Point Loma Nazarene University — © 2021Get the tools and education you need to be a valued leader in responsible business practices.Directly interact with colleagues and professors to gain an in-person knowledge that you can tangibly apply in real-life settings.Realize your unique vision through one of three concentrations: Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Project Management, and Organizational Leadership.Designed for a larger cause.ETHICS-BASEDPERSONAL COMMUNITYTAILORED CURRICULUMPLNU Adult Degree Completion Programs.LEARN WHAT YOU CAN GAIN WITH A DEGREE IN BUSINESS FROM PLNU. EARN YOUR BUSINESS DEGREE, AND CREATE POSITIVE CHANGE.PLNU Fermanian School of Business.GET STARTEDAt Point Loma Nazarene University, we want your educational journey to also be a transformative experience. That’s why, in the Fermanian School of Business, our curriculum isn’t just about earning your degree — it’s about how you’ll use that degree for a greater purpose. A purpose to lead by example. To go beyond expectations or requirements. A purpose to be in tune with your community, and seek to do the right thing with every action. Because at PLNU, we believe that true success in business is about making a real difference in the world.See how PLNU MBA student Jordan learned to broaden his perspective and cultivate a desire to invest in others.  GET STARTEDFOUNDED ON FINDING YOU.
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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 Administration Major
Urlhttps://www.grossmont.edu/academics/programs/business/business-administration-major.php
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BodyBusiness Administration Major. Home Academics Programs Business Administration Business Administration Major Related Information Business Administration Business Administration Department Faculty Business Administration MajorGeneralInternational BusinessHospitalityBusiness ManagementMarketingRetail ManagementCustoms Broker License Business Administration.   The Business Administration curriculum is designed to give students who choose to work toward a bachelor's degree a well-balanced introduction to a professional career in business.   The program outlined below fulfills the lower division requirements for most majors in the School of Business Administration at San Diego State University and is typical of requirements at other four-year schools. For specific requirements, transfer students should consult the four-year college or university catalog.   Career Opportunities. Accountant* Administrative Assistant Advertising/Marketing* Banking Budget Analyst* Business Publications Claim Agent Computer Operations Controller* Financial Manager* Insurance Agent+ Lawyer* * Bachelor’s Degree or higher required.+Bachelor Degree normally recommended.Associate Degree Major Requirements(Major Code: 50041)   Subject and Number Title Units Business 120 Financial Accounting 4 Business 121 Managerial Accounting 4 Business 125 Business Law: Legal Environment of Business 3 Business 128 Business Communication 3 Computer Science Info. 110 Principles of Information Systems 4 Economics 120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Economics 121 Principles of Microeconomics 3 Mathematics 160 Elementary Statistics 3 Mathematics 178 Calculus for Business, Social and  Behavioral Sciences 4   Total Required PlusGeneral Education and Elective Requirements 31 Certificate of Achievement. Any student who chooses to complete only the courses required for the above major qualifies for a Certificate of Achievement in Business Administration. An official request must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office prior to the deadline as stated in the Academic Calendar. © 8/2/21
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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
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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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Online Business Degrees: Programs, Cost, & Duration
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H2WithAnchors1. Project Management
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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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TitleBusiness Degree Guide: 10 Types of Business Majors and the Differences Between Them | Indeed.com
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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. At-Home Jobs That Pay Over $40K With No College Degree. 12 High-Paying Jobs That Don’t Require a Bachelor’s Degree. Employers Virtually Interviewing Now.
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TitleThe Basics of Business Majors – College Board Blog
Urlhttps://blog.collegeboard.org/basics-business-majors
DescriptionLearn which types of business degrees are best for your skillset
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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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TitleUndergraduate Business Degree Programs - School of Business - University of San Diego
Urlhttps://www.sandiego.edu/business/undergraduate/
Description​The USD undergraduate business degree program is highly ranked in California and the nation. Prepare for your future as an effective business leader today
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H1Undergraduate Business Degree Programs
H2Quick Links
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BodyUndergraduate Business Degree Programs To be successful in business, start here. Whether you are studying from our palm tree-lined campus or interning at a startup in Rio, you will always have a personalized learning experience at the Knauss School of Business. Our small classes give you full access to engaging, esteemed professors who know you by name. We take pride in ensuring that your learning experience comes from qualified, engaging USD professors, not graduate assistants. Want to meet industry professionals, network with CEOs and learn the latest career search tips? Our Passport Program connects you with career-building resources and contacts in the field. Maybe your inner entrepreneur is calling. If so, you can take advantage of the Global Social Innovation Challenge (GSIC) and Venture Vetting (V2) competitions that will help you to envision, pitch and even launch your new ventures. As you earn your bachelor's in business, you might find a desire to travel internationally. From Paris to Prague, São Paulo to Shanghai, you have hundreds of locations and programs to choose from, offering exciting new opportunities for your studies. We would love to give you the chance to experience how other cultures conduct business, and in turn, develop a global mindset.   Quick Links. Advising Declare a Major Apply Now Choose your program. Major Minor Accountancy Business Administration Business Analytics Business Economics Economics Entrepreneurship Finance Information Technology Management International Business Law Ethics Management Marketing Real Estate Supply Chain Management Dual Degree Programs Certificate in Leadership Play Video The collaboration maven. Felena Hansen '95, founder of Hera Hub "Women need their own space to work. Hera Hub provides that and more." × Play Video The energizing educator. Carlton O’Neal, clinical professor of marketing “The most powerful thing I can do is light the spark.” × Recent Spotlights. $50 Million Gift Creates The Knauss School of Business. December 4, 2021 Colachis Plaza was the setting for a momentous announcement on Friday, December 3. Top administrators, trustees, students and staff gathered at a pres… Read more read more  Meet the Student Entrepreneurs Pitching Their Business Idea at Fowler Business Concept Challenge. November 3, 2021 The Fowler Business Concept Challenge (FBCC) is where entrepreneurial students go to ignite new ideas at the University of San Diego. For the past mon… Read more read more  Sioma Waisburd ‘03 (BBA, BA): An Ambassador for Culture, Community, and Avocados. September 22, 2021 Born and raised in Mexico, Sioma Waisburd ‘03 (BBA, BA) is the co-founder of Chosen Foods and a passionate ambassador for both his culture and t… Read more read more  The Future is Coming: Major Gift for USD School of Business Finance. May 24, 2021 This spring, the University of San Diego School of Business received a major gift toward the creation of a finance lab as part of the new Knauss Cente… Read more read more  USD Students Tackle Social Responsibility, Waste and Water Conservation in Sustainable Supply Chain Class. May 18, 2021 When one of the most cited experts in supply chain is a professor on campus, you make sure that students have the opportunity to learn from the best. … Read more read more  View All Spotlights Learn at a top business school. Poets&Quants ranks our undergraduate business program in the top 50 nationally. See our rankings. Declare your business major. (Or get help choosing.) Schedule an appointment with one of our advisors. Transferring to USD? Great choice. Let us help make the switch as seamless as possible. Related Links. Experience San Diego Majors and Minors Graduate Programs Knauss School of BusinessFacebookTwitterInstagramLinkedinYouTube View Directory Phone Contact Us. Map Visit Campus. 5998 Alcalá Park San Diego, CA 92110 Gift Make a Gift. Why Support? Support the Business School
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TitleGeneral Business Major | Undergraduate Business Programs | Fowler College of Business | SDSU
Urlhttps://business.sdsu.edu/undergrad/general-business
Description
DateNov 4, 2021
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H1General BusinessBachelor of Science
H2Who Hires Our Undergraduates?
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BodyGeneral BusinessBachelor of Science Center for Student Success   EBA-448 |    619-594-5828  |   [email protected]  Monday–Friday   9:00am–4:30pm The General Business major provides an overview and fundamental working knowledge of the varied aspects of business. Students receive a broad and generalized understanding of the function of business and how the various sub-disciplines of business interact to contribute to the success of an organization. Students select courses across all business sub-disciplines, obtaining an understanding of the field of business. Courses are selected within a particular sub-discipline to develop specialized knowledge of a particular area of business. Positions available to graduates with a General Business major are those that require a broad, overarching understanding of the business function, rather than a specialized knowledge within a particular business sub-discipline. Examples are in retailing, sales, and other service industries.   Who Hires Our Undergraduates? Who Hires Our Graduates?     General Business Curriculum . You must have a 2.0 average or better in the courses listed below in order to graduate. Students must also complete 9 units of upper division General Education (Explorations) and a total of 120 units for the degree. Lower Division (27 Units). ACCTG 201: Financial Accounting ACCTG 202: Managerial Accounting ECON 101: Principles of Economics (Macro) ECON 102: Principles of Economics (Micro) FIN 240: Legal Environment of Business MIS 180: Principles of Information Systems RWS 290: Business Communications (formerly BA 290) MATH 120 or MATH 150: Calculus for Business Analysis STAT 119 or ECON 201: Elementary Statistics for Business or Statistical Methods Business Core (17 Units). BA 300: Ethical Decision Making in Business (1-unit) BA 310: Foundations of Business in a Global Environment (1-unit) BA 323: Fundamentals of FinancePrereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310 BA 350: Management & Organizational BehaviorPrereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310 BA 360: Introduction to Operations & Supply ChainPrereq. STAT 119 or ECON 201; recommended: MATH 120;Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310 BA 370: MarketingPrereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310 BA 404: Small Business Consulting ORBA 405: International Business Strategy & Integration ORBA 458: Management Decision GamesPrereq. BA 300, 310, 323, 350, 360, 370 Accountancy (3 Units). 3 units selected from the following: ACCTG 325: Intermediate Managerial Accounting Prereq. ACCTG 202 ACCTG 326: Intermediate Financial Accounting Prereq. ACCTG 202 Finance (3 Units). 3 units selected from the following: FIN 321: Managerial Economics FIN 326: Financial Institutions ManagementPrereq. BA 323 FIN 327: InvestmentsPrereq. BA 323 FIN 328: Entrepreneurial FinancePrereq. BA 323 FIN 329: International Business FinancePrereq. BA 323 FIN 331: Real Estate Principles Management (3 Units). 3 units selected from the following: MGT 352: Human Resource Management MGT 357: Multinational Business & Comparative Mgt.Prereq. BA 350 MGT 358: Fundamental of Entrepreneurship Management Information Systems (3 Units). 3 units selected from the following: MIS 306: Information Systems AnalysisPrereq. MIS 180 MIS 315: Business Application ProgrammingPrereq. MIS 180 MIS 380: Data Management SystemsPrereq. MIS 180 Marketing (4 Units). 4 units selected from the following:   MKTG 371: Consumer Behavior (4-units)Prereq. Minimum Grade of C in BA 370 MKTG 372: Retail Marketing Methods (4-units)Prereq. Minimum Grade of C in BA 370 MKTG 373: Integrated Marketing Communication (4-units)Prereq. Minimum Grade of C in BA 370 MKTG 376: Global Marketing Strategy (4-units)Prereq. Minimum Grade of C in BA 370 MKTG 377: Selling Strategy and Practices (4-units)Prereq. Minimum Grade of C in BA 370 General Business Electives (6-7 Units). 6-7 units of 400-level and 500-level courses in the Fowler College of Business Current Students: Requirements may vary based upon catalog year. For year-specific information, please visit: Requirements by Catalog Year   Take the Next Step. Request More Info Apply General Catalog   Financial Aid/Scholarships   Tuition   Last Updated Nov 4, 2021
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TitleBusiness Related Majors
Urlhttps://rady.ucsd.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/Business-Related-Programs/
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BodyBusiness Related Majors Rady Undergraduate Programs collaborates with departments on campus to offer business related majors to undergraduate students. This collaboration allows students to incorporate business concepts and practices to their major by adding management courses to their program curriculum. Students who are enrolled in a business related major should contact the home department to obtain information about major declaration and requirements.   . Business Related Majors. International Studies - International BusinessInternational Business is the study and application of business methods and theories in an international context. International Studies– International Business students will develop their business skills and their cultural and linguistic understandings of other countries that are essential in the Age of Globalization. Please contact the International Studies Program if you are interested in this major. Students majoring in IS International Business may not complete the Rady School of Management minors in business and entrepreneurship and innovation. IS International Business majors may declare the Rady minor in accounting and supply chain.  Business PsychologyThe Business Psychology major is designed to train students to apply psychological principles to the workplace and to organizational challenges and opportunities therein. Please contact the Psychology Department if you are interested in this major. Students majoring in Business Psychology may not complete the Rady School of Management minors in business. Business psychology majors may declare the Rady minor in entrepreneurship and innovation, accounting and supply chain.  Business Economics (Starting Fall 2021)The Business Economics major is a collaborative, interdisciplinary degree program between Rady School and the Department of Economics.  This major will train students to operate within firms and to understand how firms operate within markets. For more information on this program, please visit the Rady School webpage or the Economics Department webpage.  Have a question? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or please feel free to contact us or visit us during our drop-in advising hours!  Current UCSD students: Please submit your questions via the VAC and an advisor will respond in 1-3 business days. Non-UCSD students: Email us at [email protected] OnlineAdvisingUndergrad HomeBusiness MinorAccounting MinorCPA ResourcesEntrepreneurship MinorSupply Chain MinorMarketing MinorFinance MinorBusiness Related MajorsBusiness Economics MajorCourses and AdvisingRady Course ScheduleStudent PetitionsFrequently Asked QuestionsOSD AccommodationsResourcesConcurrent EnrollmentStudent OrganizationsRadyVantageStudy AbroadStudy Abroad Equivalencies Student ProfilesCareer TipsInformation for EmployersRady Behavioral LabScholarshipsUndergraduateSocial Networks. LinkedInFacebookUndergrad BlogAnnual Security and Fire Safety Report /**/ Close
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TitleBusiness Degree - Online Business Classes
Urlhttps://missioncollege.edu/depts/business/
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H2Earn a Business Degree
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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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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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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? 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TitleWhat is a Business Degree? | Business Degree 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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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. Want more content like this? Register for free site membership to get regular updates and your own personal content feed. This article was originally published in December 2014 . It was last updated in April 2021 Want more content like this Register for free site membership to get regular updates and your own personal content feed. Find out the best universities for business degrees in our most recent ranking here Related Categories: careers advice choosing a degree Business Written by Laura T Laura is a former staff writer for TopUniversities.com, providing advice and guidance for students on a range of topics helping them to choose where to study, get admitted and find funding and scholarships. A graduate of Queen Mary University of London, Laura also blogs about student life. + 34 others saved this article + 35 others saved this article 207 shares Share via Share this Page 207 shares FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppCopy Link Cancel Related Articles Last year . 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TitleWhat Can You Do With a Business Degree? | Franklin.edu
Urlhttps://www.franklin.edu/blog/what-can-you-do-with-a-business-degree
DescriptionBusiness degrees remain popular, but if you dig deeper you'll find business specializations that are in high-demand. Get a detailed look at them here
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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 Majors | FAU Business
Urlhttps://business.fau.edu/undergraduate/majors/
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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 Administration Major | School of Business
Urlhttps://business.ucr.edu/undergraduate/major
DescriptionBusiness Administration Major To complete a Major in Business Administration, students must take a total of 72 upper-division units. The major is comprised of ten core courses, five concentration courses, and three upper division business electives. In order to ensure that you complete the requirements for graduation, please make sure that you consult with your academic advisor each quarter. ► Make and appointment with an advisor
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BodySchool of Business A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management Search Business Administration Major VISIT UCR APPLY TO UCR CONNECT WITH US Business Administration Major. To complete a Major in Business Administration, students must take a total of 72 upper-division units. The major is comprised of ten core courses, five concentration courses, and three upper division business electives. In order to ensure that you complete the requirements for graduation, please make sure that you consult with your academic advisor each quarter. ► Make and appointment with an advisor Business Major Concentrations . Specialize in business with one of seven concentrations to choose from. Concentrations prepare students for higher-level management in specialized business sectors.  To formally declare your concentration, login to access Student Forms. For a complete list of degree plans for each concentration please visit the Advising Resources page. For course descriptions, please visit the UCR Course Catalog at registrar.ucr.edu/registering/catalog Accounting & Auditing Accounting & Auditing Concentration Requirements (20 Units) Focuses on the development, interpretation and communication of financial and operational information for effective decision-making. Number Course title Units BUS 154 Business Law 4 BUS 160/ECON 160  Industrial Organization 4 BUS 161 Forensic and Fraud Auditing 4 BUS 162/ECON 162  Managerial Economics 4 BUS 165A  Intermediate Financial Accounting 4 BUS 165B Intermediate Financial Accounting 4 BUS 165C Intermediate Financial Accounting 4 BUS 166 Accounting Information Systems 4 BUS 167  Advanced Financial Accounting 4 BUS 168A Individual Taxation 4 BUS 168B Federal Taxation for Corporations, Partnerships, Estates, and Trusts 4 BUS 169A Auditing 4 BUS 169B Quality Assurance in Auditing 4 BUS 170 Financial Statement Analysis 4 Business Analytics Business Analytics Concentration Requirements (20 Units) Focuses on developing new insights and understanding of business performance based on data and statistical methods. Business Analytics Concentration consists of four required courses (16 units) . In addition, students must complete one of the elective courses in Business Analytics (4 units).  Number Course Name Units BUS 123 - REQUIRED Spreadsheet Modeling for Decision-Making 4 BUS 124 - REQUIRED Business Analytics  4 BUS 125 - REQUIRED Simulation for Business 4 BUS 130 - REQUIRED Supply Chain Modeling 4 BUS 129 - ELECTIVE Supply Chain Management 4 BUS 136 - ELECTIVE Investments: Security Analysis & Portfolio Management  4 BUS 161 - ELECTIVE Forensic & Fraud Auditing  4 Finance Finance Concentration Requirements (20 Units) Foundations of Finance (BUS 132) is a required course. In addition, students must complete 16 units of electives in the Finance concentraion. Students are strongly advised to choose one of the following tracks and select as many courses as possible, and supplement with additional courses as needed to complete the 20 unit requirement. Selecting a track will not appear on your transcript, but it can be reflected on your resume.  Number Course Units BUS 132 Foundations of Finance 4 Investment Track Corporate Finance Track Additional Courses BUS 131 Fixed-Income Securities 4 BUS 134 Corporate Finance 4 BUS 131 Fixed-Income Securities 4 BUS 134 Corporate Finance 4 BUS 135 Corporate Finance Policy 4  BUS 134 Corporate Finance 4 BUS 136 Investments: Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 4 BUS 136 Investments: Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 4 BUS 135 Corporate Finance Policy 4 BUS 137 Investments: Derivatives Markets 4 BUS 138 International Finance 4 BUS 136 Investments: Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 4 BUS 139 Real Estate Investments 4 BUS 140E Current Topics in Finance 4 BUS 137 Investments: Derivatives Markets 4 BUS 140E Current Topics in Finance 4 BUS 147 Entrepreneurial Finance 4 BUS 138 International Finance 4 BUS 141  4     BUS 139 Real Estate Investments 4   4     BUS 140E Current Topics in Finance 4         BUS 141 4         BUS 147 Entrepreneurial Finance 4 Information Systems Information Systems Concentration Requirements Focuses on helping organization leverage technology in order to create or sustain a competitive advantage. Students must complete 20 units.  Number Course Units BUS 110 Data Mining & Visual Analytics 4 BUS 125 Simulations for Business 4 BUS 128 Project Planning and Control 4 BUS 163 Technology Entrepreneurship 4 BUS 171 System Analysis and Design 4 BUS 172 Information Economics 4 BUS 173 Introduction to Databases for Management 4 BUS 174 Electronic Commerce 4 BUS 175 Business Data Communications 4 BUS 179 Business Applications of Geographic Information Systems  4 Management Management Concentration Requirements (20 Units) Focuses on the roles of managers in organizations, including: employee behavior and motivation, bargaining, negotiation, team development, managing diversity, strategic change, organization learning, top management team, managing competitive environments, corporate strategy alliances, and strategy formulation and implementation. Students must complete 20 units of electives in the Management concentraion. Students are strongly advised to choose one of the following tracks and select as many courses as possible, and supplement with additional courses as needed to complete the 20 unit requirement. Selecting a track will not appear on your transcript, but it can be reflected on your resume.  Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Strategy & Entrepreneurship Additional Courses BUS 121  4 BUS 143 Judgment and Decision Making 4 BUS 121  4 BUS 143 Judgment and Decision Making 4 BUS 145 Conflict and Cooperation in Groups 4 BUS 143  Judgment and Decision Making 4 BUS 144 Negotiation Fundamentals 4 BUS 146 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 4 BUS 144 Negotiation Fundamentals 4 BUS 145 Conflict and Cooperation in Groups 4 BUS 147 Entrepreneurial Finance 4 BUS 145 Conflict and Cooperation in Groups 4 BUS 155 Managing Human Resources 4 BUS 148 Business Plan Development 4 BUS 146 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 4 BUS 156 Leadership Development 4 BUS 149 Application of Psychology and Economics to Management 4 BUS 147 Entrepreneurial Finance 4 BUS 157 Managing Work Force Diversity 4 BUS 150  4 BUS 148 Business Plan Development 4   4 BUS 156 Leadership Development 4 BUS 149 Application of Psychology and Economics to Management 4   4 BUS 163   BUS 150  4         BUS 154 Business Law 4         BUS 155 Managing Human Resources 4         BUS 156  Leadership Development 4         BUS 157 Managing Work Force Diversity 4         BUS 158/ANTH 105 Organizations as Cultural Systems 4         BUS 163  4 Marketing Marketing Concentration Requirements (20 Units) Focuses on the study of customers and competitors so they can design product, promotion, pricing and distribution strategies that meet the needs and wants of the customer within a competitive marketplace. Students must complete 20 units of electives in the Marketing concentraion. Students are strongly advised to choose one of the following tracks and select as many courses as possible, and supplement with additional courses as needed to complete the 20 unit requirement. Selecting a track will not appear on your transcript, but it can be reflected on your resume.  Consumer Marketing Business Marketing Marketing Research & Analytics Marketing Consulting Additional Courses BUS 112 Consumer Behavior 4 BUS 113 Marketing Institutions 4 BUS 115 Marketing Research 4 BUS 113 Marketing Institutions 4 BUS 111 Services Marketing 4 BUS 117 Advertising 4 BUS 116 Pricing Strategy and Management 4 BUS 119 Database Marketing 4 BUS 115 Marketing Research 4 BUS 112 Consumer Behavior 4             BUS 116 Pricing Strategy and Management 4 BUS 113 Marketing Institutions 4             BUS 119 Database Marketing 4 BUS 114 Marketing in a Global Environment 4                 BUS 115 Marketing Research 4                 BUS 116 Pricing Strategy and Management 4                 BUS 117 Advertising 4                 BUS 118 Electronic Marketing 4                 BUS 119 Database Marketing 4                 BUS 151  4                 BUS 152 4                 BUS 159 4                 BUS 164 4 Operations & Supply Chain Management Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration Requirements Focuses on the efficient integration of information and processes across suppliers/vendors, manufacturers and distributors. Students are required to complete 20 units.  Number Course Units BUS 122 Linear Programming with Applications 4 BUS 123 Spreadsheet Modeling for Decision Making 4 BUS 124 Business Analytics 4 BUS 125 Simulations for Business 4 BUS 126 Practical Business Forecasting 4 BUS 127/STAT 127 Introduction to Quality Improvements 4 BUS 128 Project Planning and Control 4 BUS 129 Supply Chain Management 4 BUS 130 Supply Chain Modeling 4 BUS 173 Introduction to Databases for Management 4 Prerequisites & Core Courses. Core Business Courses Every Business Major, regardless of concentration, must take a set of core courses for their degree. These courses create a competitive basic business foundation and teach the management practices needed to succeed in any area of business. Students must complete these 10 required courses: BUS 100W Management Writing and Communication BUS 101 Information Technology BUS 102 Ethics and Law in Business and Society BUS 103 Marketing and Distribution Management BUS 104 Decision Analysis and Management Sciences BUS 105 Production and Operations Management BUS 106 Introduction to Financial Management BUS 107 Organizational Behavior BUS 108 Financial Evaluation and Managerial Analysis BUS 109 Competitive and Strategic Analysis Business Major Prerequisites BUS 10: Introduction to Business BUS 20: Financial Accounting and Reporting BUS 21: Generation of Financial Accounting Information CS 8: Introduction to Computing ECON 2: Intro to Macroeconomics ECON 3: Intro to Microeconomics ECON 102: Intermediate Microeconomics ECON 103: Intermediate Macroeconomics MATH 22: Calculus for Business STAT 48: Statistics for Business Meet with an Advisor Schedule an appointment with an advisor in the Undergraduate Business Programs office to confirm the requirements you must meet to stay on track as a business administration major. Schedule an Appointment Attend an Application Workshop Students who are pre-business, undeclared, or have declared a major other than business must attend a mandatory application workshop during the quarter in which they are completing all requirements required for business administration major eligibility. Call the Undergraduate Business Programs office at (951) 827-4551 to register. Schedule an Appointment Join the Pre-Business Program To join the Pre-Business Program, students must meet with an academic advisor in the Pre-Business offices at 3400 HMNSS. Click herefor more information on the Pre-Business Program. Pre-Business Program ×
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Result 21
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
Date
Organic Position17
H1Business Administration Major
H2What You'll Study
Internships and Jobs
One More Thing
H3Major
Minors
H2WithAnchorsWhat You'll Study
Internships and Jobs
One More Thing
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 22
TitleGlobal Business Major | Undergraduate Programs | USF Muma College of Business
Urlhttps://www.usf.edu/business/undergraduate/global/
Description
Date
Organic Position18
H1Global Business
H2Muma College of Business
Main Navigation
Global Business Major
H3
H2WithAnchorsMuma College of Business
Main Navigation
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 23
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
Date
Organic Position19
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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Result 24
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
Date
Organic Position20
H1Business Administration
H2Business Administration
Accounting Concentration
Finance Concentration
Management Concentration
Marketing Concentration
H3
H2WithAnchorsBusiness Administration
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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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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H1Undergraduate Majors
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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
The Minor
Requirements for a Second Business Major with an International Business Major
Requirements for a Business Minor with an International Business Major
Connect with #elmhurstu
H3Major Requirements
H2WithAnchorsCultivate Global Marketplaces
The Minor
Requirements for a Second Business Major with an International Business Major
Requirements for a Business Minor with an International Business Major
Connect with #elmhurstu
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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Result 27
TitleBusiness Degree Programs | COB | Northern Illinois University
Urlhttps://www.cob.niu.edu/academics/index.shtml
DescriptionStand out with a business degree from the Northern Illinois University College of Business. Come learn from award-winning faculty and gain the experience to achieve your goals
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H1Business Degree Programs at Northern Illinois University
H2Departments
Programs
Contact Us
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Programs
Contact Us
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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Result 28
TitleInternational Business Major | Pepperdine University | Seaver College
Urlhttps://seaver.pepperdine.edu/business/undergraduate/international/
Description
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H1International Business Major
H2International Business Degree
What Business Division Grads Are Doing
Why Pepperdine
Student Opportunities
International Business Student Testimonials
Take the Next Step
Contact Us
Related Programs
H3Service Leadership Project
Nonprofit Leadership Collaborative
Clubs and Activities
Internships
Scholarships
Get In Touch
Visit Our Campus
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H2WithAnchorsInternational Business Degree
What Business Division Grads Are Doing
Why Pepperdine
Student Opportunities
International Business Student Testimonials
Take the Next Step
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Related Programs
BodyInternational Business Major Academics Business Administration Division The Seaver College international business program extends a strong foundation in business principles to applications of cross-border commerce in the fields of management, marketing, law, and finance. Combined with a requirement to complete some academic work abroad, an international business graduate will be more experienced to engage in a global world of business. International Business Degree. We prepare international business majors to function in a global economy, by combining training in core business disciplines with international experiences and in-depth courses dealing with cultural, political, economic, and international business fields. Students interested in earning a degree in international business must complete 60 - 61 units plus an additional seven units in general education. Course Sequence with Semester Abroad Course Sequence with Year Abroad Program Learning Outcomes What Business Division Grads Are Doing.   72.8% Employed Full-Time or Part-Time 9.5% Admitted to Graduate School 2% Full-Time Volunteer or Other Activity 15.7% Seeking Employment or Grad School Why Pepperdine. Pepperdine Seaver College is consistently recognized among the top-ranked universities in California and the United States. We are a Christian university where students grow in knowledge and character. As a liberal arts institution, we focus on providing rich opportunities for intellectual and spiritual exploration for students with a diverse community.     Located in Malibu, CA   13:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio   80% of Students Participate in an International Program   120,000 + Alumni Network Student Opportunities. Service Leadership Project. Our undergraduate business administration majors in accounting, business, and international business as well as nonprofit management minors all take a required course called the Service Leadership Project, designed to blend academic study with community service. Students form consulting teams to serve nonprofit organizations by applying business concepts and skills to mutually agreed-upon projects. Explore More Nonprofit Leadership Collaborative. The Nonprofit Leadership Collaborative prepares all undergraduate students at Seaver College for a life of service personally and professionally while strengthening the impact of the nonprofit sector in our community. Get Involved Clubs and Activities. Our students are part of a number of clubs and societies, including the Accounting Society, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Pepperdine Microfinance Club, Pepperdine Entrepreneur Club, Rotaract, and the Sports Business Association. Explore All Clubs Internships. Our Business Administration Division has a full-time faculty member serving as an internship coordinator for our students. We offer internships for academic credit and encourage students to take advantage of the wealth of internship opportunities in the Los Angeles area. Explore Internship Opportunities Scholarships. The Seaver College business division offers two departmental scholarships. Current students are invited to explore the Maxy Pope Alles and Michael R. Summers Memorial scholarships. Explore Scholarships   International Business Student Testimonials.     Take the Next Step. Reach out to us to learn more about Pepperdine's undergraduate programs. Get In Touch. Learn more about how you can join the Pepperdine community. Request Information Visit Our Campus. Explore Seaver College and connect with an admission counselor. Meet With Us Start Your Application. Submit an application and be one step closer to becoming a Wave. Apply Now   Contact Us. Busines Administration DivisionPepperdine University24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90263Office: CCB 305 310.506.4237 Regan SchafferDivisional Dean & Professor of Organizational Behavior & Management Rhonda HuddlestonOffice Manager Samantha WatsonAdminstrative Assistant Sara FernandezAcademic Support & Resource Specialist Related Programs. Accounting Marketing Business Administration Division ©
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Result 29
TitleBachelor of Science in Business Administration | College of Business Administration | CSUSM
Urlhttps://www.csusm.edu/coba/degrees/bsba/index.html
Description
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H1Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
H2Degree Options:
Important information for first year, transfer & prospective students:
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Important information for first year, transfer & prospective students:
BodyBachelor of Science in Business Administration Undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration choose from the following program options: Degree Options:. Accounting Business Analytics Finance Global Business  Global Supply Chain Management Management Entrepreneurship Human Resources Management in Organizations Management Information Systems Marketing Business Administration Minor The CSUSM Temecula campus also offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree. Learn more about BSBA at the CSUSM Temecula Campus. Important information for first year, transfer & prospective students:. All students applying to the business administration program at California State University San Marcos are initially classified as Pre-Business Status. As students complete their First Year Student/Sophomore course sequences, including the Pre-Business Core, they will work with the CoBA advisors. Upon successful completion of the Pre-Business Core, a student will be changed to Business Status so they can register for upper-division business courses. Transfer Students will be sent information about applying for business status to their personal email that was used when applying to the university prior to attending orientation (usually late May or early June).  Please do not submit an application before you receive this email. Please note: The Business Administration program is an Impacted Major. Impaction is a designation that allows a program to limit its enrollments to align with its budget. This means that students must complete the lower-division Pre-Business Core with a 2.65 GPA or higher to be admitted into the business program. Important Information to help guide you through the process can be found on the Advising Website!
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Result 30
TitleBusiness Administration Major | Concordia University Irvine
Urlhttps://www.cui.edu/academicprograms/undergraduate/majors/business
DescriptionThe Business Administration major offers emphases in accounting, data analytics, finance, international business, management, marketing, and sport management
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TitleBusiness Majors - UTEP Business
Urlhttps://www.utep.edu/business/UndergraduatePrograms/academic-programs/BusinessMajors.html
DescriptionBusiness Majors
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H2Connect With Us
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BodyBusiness Majors Below are our recommended Four-Year Academic Plans for each business major, which are designed to assist students in completing their BBA requirements at UTEP. These are a term-by-term sample course guides. Progress within the course guide depends on factors such as course availability, individual student academic preparation, individual financial considerations, and course load taken each semester.  Students also have the choice of taking courses during summer sessions.                              . Resources. Running Your Degree Plan on Goldmine (YouTube)  Connect With Us. The University of Texas at El Paso College of Business Administration Business Administration Building 500 W University El Paso, Texas 79968 E: [email protected] P: (915) 747-5174 F: (915) 747-5147 Modal X
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TitleBusiness Administration - Majors, Minors, and Areas of Study
Urlhttps://www.umw.edu/study/areas/business-administration/
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H2Majors, Minors, and Programs
Degree Awarded
Areas of Study
Career Opportunities
Internships
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Requirements
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H3Major Requirements
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Degree Awarded
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Career Opportunities
Internships
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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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TitleBusiness Administration Major and Concentrations | Merrimack College
Urlhttps://www.merrimack.edu/academics/business/majors/
DescriptionAt Merrimack’s Girard School of Business, you’ll major in business administration and choose a concentration to prepare you for the global marketplace
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BodyBusiness Administration Major and Concentrations Girard School of BusinessBusiness Administration Major and Concentrations Meet Your Major . As a business administration major, you’ll prepare for the rapidly changing global marketplace by building a strong foundation in accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Application Info Request Info Dive deeper into global perspectives or industry-specific tracks by choosing from a range of concentrations and minors. Guided by the Girard School of Business’ four learning goals — communication, collaboration, analysis, and problem-solving — you will receive a business education designed to drive your success. What You’ll Learn . As a business administration major, you will: Gain the tools to become a flexible and creative thinker, an effective leader, a hands-on decision-maker, and an ethical citizen. Build a powerful personal and professional network with faculty, fellow students, alumni, and industry executives. Broaden your perspectives by examining diverse viewpoints. Participate in team-building and collaborative project work, and prepare for real-world leadership roles by shouldering responsibility, managing change, and motivating others. Engage with world-class faculty members who are dedicated to your goals. Hands-on Learning . You’ll have the opportunity to take part in coveted semester-long internships, meaningful co-ops, and immersive study-abroad programs. Bonus? By taking advantage of Merrimack College’s business plan or stock competitions and on-campus business clubs, you’ll forge a powerful network and deepen your understanding of what it takes to succeed in the future economy. What You’ll Take . Business Requirements All business administration majors must satisfy the college’s general education requirements and the following business requirements*: BUS 1100 Introduction to Business BUS 2203 Accounting for Business BUS 2205 Principles of Marketing BUS 2210 Management Information Systems BUS 2213 Business Statistics BUS 2215 Managerial Finance BUS 2220 Operations Management BUS 4402W Strategic Analysis and Decision-Making * ECO 1203 and MTH 1003 or MTH 1115 are prerequisite courses that must be completed by all business administration majors. Business Concentrations . Whether you imagine taking on the banking and investments world, climbing the corporate ladder, or starting your own venture, you’ll develop the relevant skills, knowledge, and insights to get ahead. You’ll tailor your academic experience and hone your expertise by choosing from nine concentrations: Department of Accounting and Finance Accounting  Corporate Finance and Investments Financial Planning Department of Marketing and Sport Management Hospitality Management MarketingSport Management Department of Management Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Global Management Human Resource Management Management Business Majors Minors Art and Art History Athletic Training Biochemistry, B.A. Biochemistry, B.S. Biology, B.A. Biology, B.S. 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Political Science Psychology Public Health Rehabilitation Sciences Religious and Theological Studies Religious Studies Theological Studies Social Justice Advocacy and Social Change Global Justice and Human Rights Law and Justice Social Justice and Religion Sociology STEM Education Theatre Arts Women's and Gender Studies World Languages and Cultural Studies Italian Studies Spanish Self-Designed Major Undeclared (Discover Program) Accounting Art History Bioethics Biology Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Communication and Media Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminology and Criminal Justice Cyber Security Data Science Digital Media Production Economics Education Electrical Engineering English Environmental Studies and Sustainability Ethics European History Film Studies Finance Forensic Science French Global Management Graphic Design Health Science Human Resource Management International Studies Interreligious Relations Italian Italian Studies Law, Ethics and Society Management Marketing Mathematics Music Operations Management Philosophy Philosophy of Science Physics Political Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Psychology Public Policy Public Relations Religious and Theological Studies Science and Religion Social Justice Sociology Spanish Sport Management Studio Art Theatre Arts U.S. History Visual Storytelling Women's and Gender Studies World History More Information . Visit the online course catalog for more information about all majors and minors. Outstanding Faculty . Read about the renowned professors  who make the Girard School of Business one of the country’s great business schools. Office of Communications and MarketingElie Ata ’12 Addresses Merrimack Community at Fall 2021 Academic Convocation Merrimack hosted its first in-person convocation ceremony since fall 2019 on Thursday, Sept. 2, at Duane Stadium. Students and faculty gathered to welcome the Class of 2025, address the rising Class of 2022 and officially commence the beginning of a new academic year. Office of Communications and MarketingBring on the Merrimack College Marching Band Merrimack has launched its inaugural marching band to accompany the College’s Division I athletic program. Office of Communications and MarketingAlumni Fast Five with Nurse Lauren Maher ’16 In this week’s edition of “Fast Five: Quick Q&As with Members of the Merrimack Community,” we talk to alumnus Lauren Maher ’16. Lauren shares her path to becoming a nurse, how Merrimack influenced her career choice and how she’d like to come back and share her knowledge with current nursing students. Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack’s Unity in Diversity Days Attract 3,000 Guests, Global Partners On Tuesday, Oct. 19 and Wednesday, Oct. 20, Merrimack hosted its third biannual Unity in Diversity days bringing together scholars, artists, activists, educators and community organizers to speak on a range of topics related to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.  Office of Communications and MarketingO’Brien Foundation Invests $1.2M to Provide Full Scholarships to Lynn Students A gift from the James W. O’Brien Foundation will fund full tuition, room and board at Merrimack for Lynn scholars. Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack’s Best-Kept Secret Offers Fruits, Veggies and Peace of Mind On Tuesday, Oct. 5, Merrimack students, faculty and staff members gathered in the Merrimack Community Garden to celebrate the season and see what’s been growing.  Office of Communications and MarketingMen’s Basketball Rocks Lehigh in Inaugural Game at Lawler Arena Merrimack Men’s Basketball played their first game in Lawler Arena on Friday, Nov. 19. The Warriors came out strong to pull out a win against Lehigh University. Office of Communications and MarketingFormer Merrimack Women’s Hockey Captain Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 Former Merrimack women’s ice hockey captain Mikyla Grant-Mentis was included in the Forbes 30 under 30 for North America 2022. Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack Alumnus Returns to Campus, Shares Works of Service On Wednesday, Sept. 15, Alumnus Kevin Melanson ’08 returned to campus to share his story of a Merrimack College service trip that altered his career path.   Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack Students, Faculty Collaborate on GameFit App In summer 2021, Merrimack’s THRIVE Lab built and beta tested an app that helps young people with neurodevelopmental and mental health diagnoses use and access therapeutic exercise and physical activity.  Office of Communications and MarketingNew Partnership Brings DEI to High School Students Be the CAUSE (Catalyst for Advocacy and Unified Student Empowerment) is a new community partnership between Merrimack and Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts which aims to bring diversity awareness training to high school students. Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack Doubles Up on Blessing of the Hands and White Coat Ceremonies In an important milestone for nursing students – some of whom have been waiting since the start of the pandemic – Merrimack hosted both the White Coat and Blessing of the Hands ceremonies on Saturday, Nov. 13.  Office of Communications and MarketingSee What Our Talented Faculty Have Been Up To Merrimack professors across all disciplines have been winning awards, publishing papers, participating in academic panels and workshops, and featured in the media. Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack College Awarded NSF Grant for MACHS Scholars Program Merrimack secures NSF grant for new STEM program to support high-achieving, low-income students. Office of Communications and MarketingMerrimack Men’s Lacrosse Lends Helping Hand to Project Home Again On Saturday, Sept. 11, the Merrimack College men’s lacrosse team spent the day helping Project Home Again (PHA), a non-profit organization that provides low-income families in need with new and gently used household goods. Request More Info. Visit Our Campus. Apply Now!
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