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Are you interested in the exciting and ever-evolving world of business and commerce? Are you curious about the intersections of marketing, finance, human resources, and economics? Start your journey toward a bachelor's degree in business online or in person at Indiana University Northwest's accredited School of Business & economics.
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS
The Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) is a professional degree with extensive arts, science, and humanities content. The Bachelor of Science in Business degree is awarded when a student has successfully completed (1) a core of general education courses, (2) a core of prescribed business courses, (3) a group of courses in a concentration, and (4) elective courses to meet distributional and total credit hour requirements. Many of the courses that are part of the BSB offer opportunities for experiential learning. The program also contains a series of courses designed for career exploration and preparation. Students may select from three concentrations (Business Administration, Accounting/Finance or Business Economics) as well as several minors.
The Bachelor of Science in Business degree program with a concentration in Business Administration is designed to provide the most sophisticated training available in team work, leadership, communication, technology, and core business processes. Students are also able to pursue minors in Marketing, Human Resources, or Business Economics. For more information, check out the Business Administration Departmental Information Sheet or visit the School of Business and Economics online bulletin.
Within the Business Administration Concentration, students have the option of additionally completing a minor in either of the following areas:
The Bachelor of Science in Business degree program with a concentration in Accounting/Finance is designed to provide undergraduate students proficiency and knowledge in the fields of accounting and finance. The program focuses on the application and use of financial information in managerial decision-making. Additionally, it encourages the development of other professional skills in leadership, teamwork, communication, and technology.
The Accounting/Financial Information Systems concentration is designed for individuals who want to pursue the Certified Public Accounting (CPA) designation and for students who are interested in the Certified Financial Management (CFM) or the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation. For more information, check out the Accounting/Financial Information Systems Departmental Information Sheet or visit the School of Business and Economics online bulletin.
The Bachelor of Science in Business degree program with a concentration in Business Economics is designed to prepare students with a broad understanding of consumer behavior, decision making behavior of firms, and market structure, as well as develop analytical skills and prepare students for the practice of business.
Career outcomes for business majors
A business degree adds valuable experience to a resume and a wealth of applicable skills for a range of workplaces. With a business degree, you can become a business analyst, consultant, CPA, CFM, or CMA, financial analyst, marketing coordinator, operations manager, project manager, sales representative, and so much more.