The Business Administration program is designed to provide a strong foundation for employment in the world of business. The program will provide a core of courses that will enable the student to view the total picture of general business. In particular, students will have a strong understanding of business law, business ethics, and economic theory. The Business Administration program will be broken into three concentrations: Financial Services, Human Resources, and Small Business Management.
The Human Resources program offers training in the essential skills of the human resource employee. The program will prepare students for entry-level human resource management positions. In particular, students will develop skills in the areas of employee benefits, recruiting, job analysis, compensation, and employment law. During the final term of study, students will participate in an externship that provides them with an opportunity to work in the field under the supervision and evaluation of a cooperating business faculty and the college.
The graduate will be prepared to gain employment and life-long learning using the following skills:
· Write and perform job evaluations
· Complete job analysis
· Write job descriptions
· Understand employee compensation and benefits issues
· Analysis labor laws and health and safety issues