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School of Business - Programs


Bachelor of Science in the following areas:

Accounting
Finance
Business Administration
Entrepreneurship - Coming Fall 2014
Hospitality Management
International Business

Information Systems Management

Minors

Business Administration
Culinary Arts
International Business


Note: Students desiring a Bachelor of Science in Business Education must contact the School of Education.

Accounting

The Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting is a four year program that provides an excellent foundation in accounting and business. Its conceptual focus is designed to prepare students for success in a constantly evolving business environment and to also prepare students for graduate studies. Today’s global business environment brings new opportunities and challenges to the accounting profession. New business reporting models, international financial reporting standards, financial disclosure, corporate governance, fraud prevention, and government regulations are all shaping the future of the profession. New business reporting models, international financial reporting standards, financial disclosure, corporate governance, fraud prevention, and government regulations are all shaping the future of the profession. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 170 and 171 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

Business Administration

The Business Administration degree program is designed to prepare graduates with the requisite knowledge, skills, and values to effectively apply various business principles and tools in an organizational setting. The program is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical application, while examining the areas of accounting, critical thinking and decision-making, finance, business law, leadership, management, marketing, organizational behavior, research and evaluation, and technology. Students are required to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the undergraduate business curricula through an integrated capstone course. Upon graduation, students will be adequately prepared for entry into the public and private sectors as entry-level managers. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 175 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

Note: Students desiring a Bachelor of Science in Business Education must contact the School of Education.

Hospitality Management

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management is designed to produce individuals solidly grounded in business administration, with specific sensitivities and skills in application to administration of hotels, restaurants and travel/tourism management entities. The program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA) 1993. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 187 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

International Business

The Department of International Business offers a degree program leading to the Bachelor of Science in international business and dual majors with other business and non-business areas (i.e., computer science, international studies, and modern languages – see International Business Advisor). Minors are also offered for business and non-business majors.

The program is designed to prepare students for careers in International Business and the global marketplace. Students will familiarize themselves with other markets, cultures, languages and customs in order to be competitive and profitable in the emerging global economy. Upon graduation, students will be prepared of an entry level position or graduate studies. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 194 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.



Minors


Business Administration

Students majoring in Accounting, Hospitality Management and International Business can earn a minor in Business Administration by completing six hours each (beyond the business core) of 300 or 400 level courses in business administration or any emphasis within finance, management, marketing, management information systems, or entrepreneurship for a total of 18 hours.

Culinary Arts

The Culinary Arts degree at Bethune-Cookman University is designed to provide unparalleled education in culinary skills development. The program is built around a focused, practical curriculum that systematically takes students through the fundamentals and advanced skills required to work in, and operate a commercial kitchen. The minor in Culinary Arts includes the development and exploration of food creativity and expressions that are unimaginable! Successful completion of this degree creates added entrepreneurship opportunities and a wide selection of fruitful career choices.

International Business

Students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration and Hospitality Management can earn a minor in International Business by completing a total of 18 credit hours, 10 credit hours of which are to be selected from courses included in the International Business Major Requirements.

Non-Business Majors

A minor within the School of Business requires 20 credit hours as follows:

Business Core................................................................................20 Hours
AC 231 and AC 231 Lab
AC 232 and AC 232 Lab
BA 232
MG 300
MK 341
One 300 or 400 Level Business Elective Course (MUST be Pre-Approved)

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