Business Administration with option to add a concentration in Entrepreneurship.
The degree in Business Administration is designed to prepare students as supervisors or managers in a number of settings to include government agencies, healthcare settings, retail stores and a number of other organizations. The curriculum offers a well-rounded educational approach the business world—emphasizing skills in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, and organizational behavior. Students also have the option to add a concentration in Entrepreneurship.
Marketing (Major completed online)
The degree in Marketing includes a number of business courses including 24 hours specific to marketing Some of those courses include: Consumer Behavior, Advertising, Services Marketing, Internet Marketing, and Retail Marketing among others. Student will be prepared to pursue careers in marketing management, marketing research, advertising and promotions along with a number of other careers in the marketing field.
A major in Organizational Administration provides students with the educational background necessary to succeed in a broad spectrum of professions and is an excellent foundation for the pursuit of several advanced degree programs. This is an interdisciplinary degree that exposes students to business, social science, and humanities concepts that will provide a solid foundation in critical thinking, analytical reasoning, writing, and communication. Organizations are looking for leaders that understand work behavior, interpersonal and group dynamics as well as how to solve problems for growth and success.
A degree in Computer Information Systems encompasses mastery of web design and development, programming,
database, networking, and security skills. This curriculum prepares its graduates for professional advancement in any of a wide variety of careers in information systems and/or graduate education.
A degree in Criminal Justice is designed to educate students in the three areas of the criminal justice system:
Law Enforcement, Judiciary, and Corrections. This degree prepare students for advanced degrees and for positions within the criminal justice system and related entities.
A degree in Special Education prepares students for teaching positions as educators of exceptional children. Students will be exposed to coursework in: Introduction to Exceptional Children, Assessment & Program Development, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Research Based Learning Strategies, among others.
A bachelors of science in Elementary Education prepares students for licensure in grades K-6. Students will be exposed to coursework in educational theory and practice, introduction to teaching, books for children, technology in education, reading, language arts, and curriculum in elementary education, et al.
The Educational Studies major does not initially lead to a teaching license but would provide an entry point into the study of the multidimensional field of education. This major would be well suited for any of the following areas among others: Human Services, Day Care Owner, Day Care Teacher, More-at-Four, Community College instructors pursuing a bachelor’s degree, Child Protective Services, Assistant Teachers, Administrative positions in education, etc. Students interested in such education-related occupations should consider the possibility of an Educational Studies major.
The accounting major provides students with knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, accounting theory, and business practices necessary for rewarding personal lives, good citizenship, and professional advancement. A degree in Accounting prepares students for professions in cost accounting, public accounting, auditing, security, and financial analysis in a variety of professional settings.
A degree in Psychology exposes students to the basic areas of the discipline, including research design and analysis, human development, personality and psychopathology, social behavior, learning and cognition, and neuroscience. The curriculum is also designed to prepare the student for further training in either graduate school or an applied setting such as social service.