Business Administration (B.A.) Curriculum
The undergraduate business curriculum begins with a set of core courses which cover the basic functions of business and the environment in which business operates. Courses in management, microeconomics, marketing, finance, and accounting introduce students to today’s business environment, and will serve to introduce the student to the basics of strategy, business operations, decision-making, marketing principles, sources and methods of financing business ventures, and internal controls. Two additional courses in macroeconomics and business law/ethics complete the core and promote an understanding of the environment in which business operates.
Through the completion degree program, students will be able to transfer previously earned credits from a two year or four-year accredited college or university. Students will also have the opportunity to attend selected courses at the Eden Hall Campus in the North Hills, while the lecture is being broadcasted to on-line students or for students who may not be able to attend.