Learn the know-how needed to be successful in business environments. Problem-solving, communication, management, and leadership are some of the valuable skills you will take away from this program, skills important to any career. Having a foundation in business allows graduates the flexibility to find work in a setting or industry that fits personal career goals.
You can continue your business career goals by pursuing the Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership degree. This option will provide the foundations for owning a business and open doors to entrepreneurial opportunities. Learn to manage and lead successfully within public, private, government, and nonprofit organizations. The curriculum offers practical and active learning strategies needed to encourage growth in individuals and teams.
More information on these programs can be found on their CWC program pages.
Business & Entrepreneurial Leadership
|COMM 4050||Communication and Conflict||MGT 4005||Leading Others|
|ENTR 4050||Entrepreneurship Essentials||MGT 4020||Innovation Management|
|IMGT 2400||Intro to Information Management||MGT 4390||Management & Leadership Capstone|
|MDIA 3050||New Media Ethics||MGT 4395||Business & Entrepreneurship Capstone|
|MGT 3000||Financial Analysis Budgeting||MKT 3050||Social Media Marketing|
|MGT 3005||Foundations of Leadership||MKT 3210||Principles of Marketing|
|MGT 3010||Personal Leadership||PSYC 1000||General Psychology|
|MGT 3110||Business Ethics||PSYC 3110||Cross-Cultural Psychology|
|MGT 3210||Management and Organization||PSYC 3200||Industrial-Organizational Psychology|
|MGT 3400||Business Internship||STAT 2000||Statistics and the World|
|MGT 3410||Human Resources Management|