BS - Administrative Systems
Tarleton State University offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Administrative Systems which introduces all key areas of business to the student including management, marketing, accounting, computer applications and information systems, economics, and finance. This degree is designed to highlight real world scenarios combined with academic insight preparing the graduate for entry level positions.
The program requires that students take 47 semester hours in Tarleton State University Core Curriculum courses which include: Communications (9 hrs.), Mathematics (3 hrs.), Natural Sciences (7 hrs.), Humanities and Visual and Performing Arts (6 hrs.), Social and Behavioral Sciences (15 hrs.) and Health and Wellness (2 hrs.).
The B.S. in Administrative Systems has two possible emphasis areas, one with Business Teacher Certification and one without. The Business Teacher Certification route requires the following courses: Administration (24 hrs.), Finance (3 hrs.), General Business (12 hrs.), Management (3 hrs.), Computer Information Systems (9 hrs.), Accounting (3 hrs.), Economics (3 hrs.), Education (15 hrs.), Reading (3 hrs.), Psychology (3 hrs.) and sophomore English (3 hrs.). Without certification requires these courses: Administration (24 hrs.), Finance (3 hrs.), General Business (12 hrs.), Management (3 hrs.), Computer Information Systems (9 hrs.), Accounting (3 hrs.), Economics (3 hrs.), approved Electives (12 hrs.) and advanced approved Electives (12 hrs.).
Delivery Format:100% Online
Tuition Basis :or
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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