Do you want a versatile business degree that can open up new opportunities in a variety of industries? With Broadview University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, you’ll receive just that. You’ll develop a comprehensive skillset that will prepare you to meet the challenges of an ever-changing global economy. This degree program was built with input from area employers so you’re certain to gain the skills and knowledge you need to succeed. With Broadview’s reputation for excellence and national accreditation by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), you’ll receive a high-quality degree that has real value in the marketplace.
Through Broadview University’s CareerPath initiative, you’ll save up to 25% on tuition! This innovative initiative also features six-week sessions so you can attend full-time while focusing on fewer subjects at once. By taking classes full-time, year-round, you can earn your B.S. in Business Administration in as little as 36 months.
Graduates of this degree program work in a wide variety of industries and settings, from international corporations to small, private businesses. With more than 40 years in the community, Broadview has connections that can lead to real-world opportunities for you—from internships to careers. Our graduates have gone on to successful careers at places, such as:
You’ll learn from gifted, experienced faculty who will share their business knowledge and expertise with you. Applied learning is at the heart of this bachelor’s program, so you can put what you’re learning in the classroom to work in the real world. You’ll take classes in a variety of subjects, from business law to management, human resources to marketing and finance. You’ll develop skills in areas, such as:
This course gives students an overview of the interrelated factors making up the business environment including ethics, entrepreneurship, marketing, management, leadership, finances and information technology. In addition, the student learns about past, present and future trends in business. The student develops decision-making and problem-solving skills through case studies, group exercises and presentations.
This course is an overview of international business. Topics addressed include theories of international trade, foreign direct investment, evolution of the international monetary system, balance of payments, multinational business management, business in communist and post-communist economies, legal and political aspects of international business, socio-cultural dimensions, technology transfer, international human resource management, economic integration, ethical issues for multinational corporations and the future of international business.
This course introduces students to the challenges of managing multiple projects and to techniques, tools and theories used to manage projects successfully. These techniques include project selection, planning, control, work breakdown structures, cost estimates, risk management and financing.