CBAPP Academic Programs

College of Business Administration and Public Policy classes are designed to incorporate information technology core studies, and collaborative and mediated learning, while utilizing actual area businesses to ensure the students' ability to apply the theory upon graduation. The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program offers twelve different concentrations, which incorporate a variety of essential business functions, such as: Accounting, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, and International Business. The Bachelor of Science in Public Administration degree program offers five different concentrations which cover the essential functions of Administrative Management, Criminal Justice Administration, Health Services, and Public Financial and Personnel Administration. The Advisors of the Undergraduate Advisement Center are available to assist and inform students throughout the program. They provide quality, professional information regarding academic advising, senior status, and graduation requirements, and will work with each student to individually craft a successful path to graduation.

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