Business Administration - Customized Professional concentration (BS)
Argosy University

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The four-year Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program is designed for students with clearly defined career goals in the business field. Through the completion of core business courses, students can engage in solving global, real-world problems. Students have an opportunity to learn to diagnose research, solve, execute, and evaluate business problems in a team environment. Interactivity of students, coursework, faculty, and peers can enhance critical skills of collaboration and cooperation. The program is geared towards coursework that students can apply in ways that are meaningful for professional and personal growth. The bachelor's degree program prepares students to pursue entry-level positions within the public or private sector and for continuing education in graduate business programs. We also offer degree completion opportunities that allow students who have begun their study at one or more institutions to complete their bachelor's degree.

The Customized Professional concentration is developed to meet the demands of a global economy, this program targets those seeking to enhance their expertise in sustainable management through the study and application of advanced topics.


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