Program Length: 36 months (may be completed in as little as 30 months)
Business Administration with Technology Emphasis
Now more than ever, there is a real need for competent and effective professionals in the workplace. Technology, the internet, and the conditions which have created our globalized business world have changed what is required from individuals in order to be successful. Specific skill sets are required in order to get the best results from the market.
The Business Administration with Technology Emphasis program prepares graduates for a variety of responsible managerial positions in both domestic and international firms. The objectives of the program are to provide a foundation in accounting, sales and marketing, operations management, human resource management and banking and finance. Such a comprehensive base will provide our graduates with a diverse skillset that they can use in many possible places of employment.
We are also dedicated to providing the graduate with an integrated understanding of business and economic concepts and how they relate to the global economy. Business Administration graduates are typically employed in entry-level to mid-level positions as office managers, account managers, small business developers, human resource assistants, or sales managers.
Students earning a degree in Business Administration with Technology Emphasis will be prepared to apply technology skills to achieve their business goals. Emphasis is placed on preparing students to become certified in computer applications, networking, maintenance, and security. As technology changes and evolves, business professionals need to be able to adapt to it and implement it effectively. Students who opt for this emphasis will find that they are better rounded and better prepared for our technologically linked business world.
With the skills gained in the Business Administration with Technology Emphasis, you will be able to act effectively in the business world while also being able to use technology to its full potential. These are talents that can be built on throughout your career, making adjustments wherever needed to find success.
Possible employment areas include computer service technician, application specialist, and administrative and technical support representatives.
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Total Courses: 48Total Credits: 182
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