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Transfer CUSTOMS 2015
Coursework in the areas of: Financial Accounting Taxation Cost Accounting Auditing Governmental Accounting ACCOUNTING
Ideal for a student who wants to major in business but does not have a specific field of study in mind Managerial decision making skills Small business ownership plans Major courses in MKT, MGMT, International Business, BLAW, & ACTG BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BS Business Education – Teaching Teach business subjects in high schools, middle school, vocational-technical, junior colleges Comes with a minor in Secondary Education BS Business Education – Non-Teaching BS Business Education – Training & Development For those interested in corporate training & development BUSINESS EDUCATION
Students acquire an understanding of economic concepts and processes Apply techniques of economic analysis to decision making in the public and private sector The program will interest those considering careers in business, education, government, and law ECONOMICS: BBA or BS
This major takes a student from the idea they have for a business through completing a feasibility study writing a business plan operating the new venture Students may tailor the program to fit their specific needs while acquiring the business background needed to pursue entrepreneurial goals ENTREPRENEURSHIP
4 Concentrations: Business Finance Financial Institution Management Insurance Real Estate FINANCE
Designed for students interested in entering the fields of: Corporate finance Banking Investments Securities FINANCE Business Finance & Financial Institution Management Business Finance & Financial Institution Management
Designed for students interested in a career in insurance: Insurance company operations Underwriting Claims adjustment Risk management Sales Estate planning Actuarial science FINANCEInsurance
Designed for students interested in a career in real estate: Real estate operations Brokerage Mortgage financing Property valuation Investment/Estate planning FINANCE Real Estate
Business applications of the computer Processing, storage, retrieval and reporting of business information Possible Careers: Junior Systems Analyst, Database Administrators, Network Administrator, Business Analyst, Technical Project Manager Different from the major of Computer Science INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Human Resource Management Recruiting, selecting, training employees, employment law, compensation & benefits, unions, performance appraisal Production/Operations Management Designing, operating & controlling production of products and or services General Management Both areas of management MANAGEMENT
The program is designed to prepare students for rewarding careers in such fields as: sales, sales management, retailing, business-to-business marketing, purchasing, distribution, pricing, advertising/promotion, public relations, product management, and marketing research MARKETING
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