bachelor's degree in business administration
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The EXCEL curriculum for these college degrees is taught in sequentially ordered courses, meeting from 6 to 10 p.m. one evening per week as well as online. One course is taken at a time. The curriculum is published in a series of Student Guides with detailed assignments for each week, thus helping you plan your study schedule. Students entering a bachelor's degree program are required to have earned 50 semester hours of college credits prior to entering the program. Courses in the core curriculum and elective courses are taken to complete the Bachelor of Science degree requirements.
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration is a degree completion major comprised of 48 credit hours(128 credits) designed for the working professional employed in a business or public organization. The curriculum is designed to enable graduates to deal effectively with an increasingly complex business environment.
The program stresses skill development in the areas of management, decision-making, business communications, managerial accounting and finance, managerial economics and marketing. The emphasis in this program is on developing the quantitative skills necessary to be successful in the professional worlds.
The EXCEL curriculum is taught in sequentially ordered courses that meet one evening per week. One course is taken at a time.
The curriculum is published in a series of Student Guides with detailed assignments for each week, thus helping you plan your study schedule.
Download a PDF fact-sheet about our Business Bachelor's Degrees.
The Applied Business Research Project
An applied business research project sets EXCEL apart from other adult college programs. It is designed and conducted by each student. Each student chooses a topic related to work or community interests and develops it. The business research project has the following purposes:
- To develop research skills needed to locate information on which to base sound decisions.
- To develop professional writing skills.
- To develop oral presentation skills.
- To develop a new area of expertise of value to the student on the job or in the community.
- To prepare students for graduate school.