Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The Business Administration curriculum from Waldorf University aims to provide the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in business and management. This program includes studies in accounting, business law and public policy, business supply chain management, customer service and operations management, ethics and social responsibility, finance, human resource management and labor relations, international business, small business and entrepreneurship, strategic management, organizational behavior, marketing and sales, and statistical analysis. A major in business administration should prepare graduates for careers in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and the public sector.
Students who graduate with a major in business administration should be able to plan and communicate a shared vision for the organization that will drive strategy, assist with decision making, and position the organization in the business environment, employ critical thinking to evaluate qualitative and quantitative data and effectively communicate across all layers of the organization, and develop, communicate, implement, and follow policies and procedures that inform and guide operations to reduce cost and organizational risk and promote ethical practices.
Following this program, graduates should also be able to manage people, time, and resources by utilizing effective employment practices, encouraging team building, and mentoring junior members of the staff. Graduates should also be able to design and execute personal and employee development systems to enhance job performance and leadership skills. The business administration program serves students from a variety of backgrounds. Members of the faculty employ a variety of instructional techniques and resources aimed at meeting the needs of student clientele. Emphasis is on advising students in course work appropriate to their interests and academic progress.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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