Build the skills and knowledge to impact the bottom line.
Gain a competitive edge with the skills and strategies that today's employers need. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at California University of Pennsylvania combines business fundamentals with specialized courses so you'll be ready for a dynamic business environment.
In the bachelor's degree in business administration program, you will complete business core courses for a strong foundation. In addition, you'll choose a discipline for in-depth study: Finance is one of seven concentrations that give business students the opportunity to develop focused expertise.
Learn practical applications of finance fundamentals.
Undergraduate business administration majors complete 27 credits in the finance concentration. Specialized work in finance examines such topics as investment management, financial markets and institutions, and personal finance. The introductory course in financial management covers fundamental analytical skills used in the modern corporate world.
In the business administration program, you also will work on building quantitative, critical thinking and analytical skills. Students graduate not only with a demonstrated competence in their subject area, but also with the ability and tools to apply that knowledge. Widely recognized and respected, Cal U's business administration program is currently seeking ACBSP accreditation.
Business administration students are also encouraged to have a minor:
- Some students choose a business discipline other than their concentration.
- Other popular choices include psychology, communication studies, public relations, statistics, computer information systems, leadership, women's studies, Spanish and Arabic.
- Students also may choose to complete dual majors or dual degrees with international studies or math.
Cal U business graduates are ready for a wide range of career opportunities. Recent Cal U business graduates also have gone on to graduate business programs at such top schools as the University of Pittsburgh, West Virginia University and the College of William and Mary, and to graduate economics programs at Youngstown State and Florida State.
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