Traditional Undergraduate Programs
Business Administration and Accounting
Business Department offers undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Accounting.
Business Administration students may choose an area of concentration or may choose to pursue the Business Administration degree with no area of concentration. Concentrations are offered in management, marketing, healthcare management, and organizational management (accelerated program). The Business Administration curriculum provides broad exposure to all functions of business, a necessary requirement for a successful professional career.
Accounting students are prepared for positions and careers in public, private, and governmental accounting. The study of accounting provides student with the best possible credentials to serve the needs of today’s world of commerce. Students completing B.S. in Accounting degree (120 credit hours) are prepared in the foundations of the profession and graduate with all accounting courses required for CPA examination.
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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Business education provides a strong foundation for a vast range of interesting and rewarding careers in corporate world and the public sector of economy.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting: A BS in Accounting program meets the needs of students pursuing professional accounting careers in public accountancy or in different business, financial, governmental, non-for-profit, and consulting organizations.