FIND YOUR PLACE IN GLOBAL BUSINESS WORLD

The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program is to allow students to build on a core of knowledge gained through the associate’s degree or equivalent and to focus on one of five upper-level concentrations. The primary goal of the bachelor’s program is to prepare students for the dynamic, changing realities of today’s business environment.

 

THE KEY AREAS OF FOCUS:

• DATA ENTRY
• PROFICIENCY WITH MICROSOFT OFFICE
• TIME MANAGEMENT
• MULTI-TASKING
• PREPARING & TRANSMITTING DOCUMENTS
• ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE/PAYABLE
• MANAGING
• COMMUNICATIONS
• COORDINATION
• PREPARING REPORTS
• BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS
• ETHICS
• CUSTOMER SERVICE
• MAINTAINING FOCUSED
• ATTENTION TO FOCUS
• EXCELLENT ORGANIZATION

CORE REQUIREMENTS

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CORE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

 

CONCENTRATION

STRATFORD OFFERS THE FOLLOWING CONCENTRATIONS IN THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

FINANCE

Select 4 courses from

BUS300 Financial Management
BUS320 Taxation Principles
BUS340 Managerial Accounting
BUS400 Advanced Financial Management
BUS420 Accounting Information Systems
BUS440 Business Forecasting & Simulation
BUS450 Personal Financial Management

MANAGEMENT

Select 4 courses from

BUS300 Financial Management
BUS305 International Business Strategies
BUS325 Entrepreneurial Leadership
BUS375 New Venture Creation
BUS380 Project Management
BUS405 Business Law: Legal Environment for Business
BUS415 Organizational Theory & Development
BUS416 Quality Management & Productivity

HUMAN RESOURCES

Select 4 courses from

BUS350 Staffing & Employment
BUS351 Workplace Safety
BUS352 Employment Law
BUS353 Labor Management Relations
BUS354 Compensation Management
BUS355 Managing People
BUS425 Diversity in the Workplace

MARKETING

Select 4 courses from

BUS361 Buyer Behavior
BUS362 Sales Management
BUS363 Strategic Issues in Marketing
BUS364 Marketing Research
BUS365 Marketing on the Internet
BUS366 International Marketing
BUS367 Business to Business Marketing
BUS430 Competitive Strategies

INFORMATICS

Select 4 courses from

CIS206 Database Concepts and Relational Database Management Systems
CIS207 Java Programming
CIS211 Internet Concepts
CIS232 Database Programming
CIS300 Managing Information Systems
CIS305 E-Business IT Infrastructure
CIS435 Business Information Systems Security

NO CONCENTRATION

ELECTIVES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING ELECTIVES FOR THE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING. SELECT 10 COURSES FROM: