Degree Program Concentrations
Provides students with a depth and breadth of understanding accounting theory, practice and procedures. Exposure to a variety of employment opportunities, both entry level and beyond, in both private and public settings.
Introduces students to the foundations of cybersecurity theory and practice and its application across multiple industries. Incident response and coordination to how to effectively assess different types of organizational risks are examined. Ethical and legal issues as well as best practices in implementing cybersecurity practices are examined.
Human Resource Management:
Provides students with an understanding of human resource policy and principles, terminology, issues and trends. Explores employment opportunities in domestic and global environments.
Provides students with the opportunity to learn business and financial concepts and apply various methods and practices for decision making. Principles and ethics of managing individual and group dynamics in an organization are examined. Provides an understanding of the functions of planning, organizing, staffing and leading an organization within domestic and global environments.
Introduces students to the foundations of traditional advertising and marketing. Exposes students to consumer behavior theory and the data companies utilize to develop marketing strategy. Digital practices are also covered to ensure students are provided with skills to be competitive in today’s labor market.
Small Business Management:
Provides students with the knowledge base and practical skills required to develop or manage an existing small business, home based business or franchise. Courses include an overview of business plan development, marketing, management and accounting practices, as applicable to the small business environment.