The Business Administration Program is designed to provide students with competant research and technology skills, along with effective management, leadership, and communication skills to be competitive in an ever changing global society.
The Department of Business Administration offers a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and an Associate of Arts in Business Administration. The Business Administration degrees offer students an opportunity to prepare for professional management, leadership and advanced studies. In addition, the program provides students a greater degree of flexibility of both depth and breadth, by offering specialized courses with a variety of electives that help students further customize their degree to their personal interest.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES
BAD 314 Management Information System
BAD 317 Human Resource Management
BAD 353 Entreprenuership
BAD 411 Organization and Behavior Management
BAD 414 Production and Operations Management
BAD 415 International Business
BAD 408 Real Estate
BAD 417 Research Methods
BAD 418 Internship Seminar I
BAD 428 Senior Seminar II/Internship
The Accounting Program is designed to provide students with competant research and technology skills, along with effective accounting skills in auditing and budgeting in order to be commpetitive in an ever changing global society.
The Department of Business Administration offers a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and an Associate of Arts in Accounting. The Accounting degrees offer students an opportunity to prepare for a professional accounting career in business, government, and non- profit organizations. The program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to enter the accounting field.
BAD 225 Accounting I
BAD 225 Accounting II
BAD 243 Intermediate Accounting I
BAD 253 Intermediate Accounting II
BAD 310 Federal Taxation
BAD 312 Managerial Cost Accounting
BAD 314 Accounting Information Systems
BAD 315 Accounting for Gov., Non-Profits
BAD 411 Advanced Financial Accounting
BAD 413 Auditing Theory and Practice