Program Length: 36 months (may be completed in as little as 30 months)
Manage Business by Using Technology
Today's business world needs competent, tech-savvy managers to help guide its future. Emerging trends, such as the Internet, mobile technologies, and a more globalized economy, have changed the rules for how business gets done. To become successful in the modern business world, you'll need a specialized set of skills.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Technology could help you prepare for a wide variety of business management careers. As part of your program, you could gain the fundamental knowledge and skills you need in accounting, marketing, human resources management, finance, and business management technology. In addition, course material for this program covers business practices as they relate to international business.
Graduates from this program are typically employed in entry-to-mid-level positions as office managers, account managers, small business developers, human resource assistants, applications specialists, or administrative or technical support representatives.
As the business world continues to evolve, you'll need to be able to adapt to changes. Graduates who finish their bachelor's degree will be ready to use technology to accomplish business-oriented objectives. Your courses will cover preparation for potential professional certifications* in areas such as computer applications, networking, maintenance, and security. With your emphasis in Technology, you could have a diverse and well-rounded foundation for today's technology-driven economy.
With your degree in Business Administration and a Technology emphasis, you can build upon your skills and talents throughout your career!
*Certifications and/or licenses may require additional study and cost and are not awarded by the college.
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Total Courses: 48Total Credits: 182
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