BA-Program Concentrations Entrepreneurship International Business Leadership Development ManagementMarketingReal EstateE-Commerce
B.A. program provides opportunities to receive education that enables students to succeed in a competitive market. Hands on experience and real world research is the emphasis. Curriculum includes: Accounting, business law, management, marketing, and sales. Skill sets include: Computer App., communication, team building, and decision making. Concentrations provide students the opportunity to specialize in the discipline of their choice. Certificates are available in General Business Administration after completion of 39 credit hours without BA-Concentrations.
B.G.-Program provides a creative design, language skills and print production training. Students produce designs for marketing, advertising, presentation, multimedia, web and print. Skill Set: Digital publishing as a entry point job opportunities using creative design and print production. B.G.-Certificate available after completion of 45 credit hours.
Skills set certification is issued by a academic division upon successful completion of approved courses. Call center operations program provides for students to prepare for entry level positions such as customer service rep, reservations agent, collection agent, and telephone sales. 18 Approved credit hours required No Degree or Certificate Available
Detailed Information about specific programs and their requirements. Catalog Discusses the steps which a student will need to take to acquire the chosen major. Academic Advisor/ Career Coach Provides information to help develop a plan to achieve scholastic goals in pursuit of a career. Career Development Department Provides info and training in specific areas in regards to Business Information Technology. BIT office
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Math, English,and Reading pre requisites must be completed prior to starting a program. A “C” or better is required to pass the pre requisite class. Developmental courses require a “CR” to satisfy the program pre requisite. Accupacer, ACT or SAT testing can act as a pre requisite with a high enough score Core Requisites are a required combination of courses that work together in a particular program
Classes may be scheduled at your convenience. Classes are Available Mon- Sat Times are in abundance through out the day Convenient Night and Weekend time available 1Credit Hour is equal to 750 minutes of instruction time. A lab CR hour require 1875 minutes of instruction time
Graded as A-F and is used to calculate a standard GPA. This option is recommended if you anticipate a transfer of your transcripts. Traditional Must meet Pre requisites and no grade or credit will be assigned Audit Arts, Sciences and all developmental courses will receive a Credit or No Credit grade a 70% completion is required for a CR. CR/NC Student was at less than 70% completion at course end and received No Credit. NC Applies traditional, CR/NC, or Progress in certain class settings. Open Enter/Exit
Declaration of a majorSelection of a eligible catalog program Completion of program requirements courses and credit hours. Residence Requirements: a minimum of 12 Cr. hrs must be completed at CNM 2.0 total minimum GPA at time of Graduation.