Bachelor of Science
The Jessup University Business Administration program prepares students to be highly principled, competent, servant-leaders in business and society. The program emphasizes Christian principles and professional ethics in the following business concentrations: accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, management, project management, and more. The program prepares graduates to be trusted transformational business professionals through a rigorous and relevant academic experience, including a practical and industry-based internship. Moreover, you will be encouraged, engaged, and equipped by a highly dedicated and qualified faculty who desire to help you reach your God-given potential.
53 UNITS (120 UNITS TOTAL)
SEMESTERS: 15 WEEKS (ROCKLIN) & 7 WEEKS (ONLINE)
ROCKLIN CAMPUS & ONLINE
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The business administration major is built on a foundation of essential core business courses, plus a set of specialized courses in business (in one of the concentrations of your choosing mentioned above). The knowledge and skills you will learn in the business program will add much value to any organization you are led to serve in. The business undergraduate program will also provide a solid foundation for those who desire to earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree or Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree, or other business related graduate degrees.
Did you know a mathematics minor is the perfect complement to your business major? When you pair business with math, you’ll not only gain strong analytical thinking skills, you’ll be ready to pursue an advanced degree in economics or finance. To learn more, visit their program page.
MAcc Director, Associate Dean – School of Business
Director of Graduate Studies; Assistant Professor, School of Business
Associate Dean - School of Business; MAcc Director
Associate Professor - School of Business
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