BS in Business Administration
The Business Administration program promotes academic excellence and the development of the student as a professional leader. The primary aim is to equip graduating students to become successful business professionals, business owners or to pursue graduate studies. The instructional philosophy stresses the demonstrative use of acquired knowledge and skills in business-related situation. The teaching strategy is to challenge students utilizing up-to-date techniques and personal counseling.
The program requires 57 semester hours of work in diverse fields of the humanities, natural sciences, recreation, and health and physical education (see General Education requirements). The business administration curriculum provides understanding of the functions and interrelationships of business management through 39 required semester hours of business core courses and 18 required semester hours in a concentration area. Statistics and information science necessary for today‘s scientific approach are also included.
BS in Business Administration with concentrations as follows:
- Accounting: Download the 2010-2011 Business - Accounting Curriculum Sheet
- Management: Download the 2010-2011 Business - Management Curriculum Sheet
- Marketing: Download the 2010-2011 Business - Marketing Curriculum Sheet
- Finance*: Download the 2010-2011 Business - Finance Curriculum Sheet
*Finance can be taken through cross registration with West Chester University, located within four miles of Cheyney University campus.