Through the choice of one of two 18-credit options, students develop a specialty related to a key business sector. Students also develop written and oral communication skills throughout the program, acquire contemporary computer skills, and engage in active and collaborative learning. The degree allows students throughout the Commonwealth to become familiar with the unique business environments of their local communities, a design that sets the degree apart from other business degrees offered throughout the Commonwealth.
Marketing and Management Option: Places an emphasis on the skills and knowledge necessary for the business professional to function in community and regional centers of commerce.
Individualized Business Option: Allows the tailoring of a program of study to suit specific student needs. Also, requires the selection of 18 credits of study based on an individualized plan of study submitted by the student and approved by an adviser.
Admission to the Program: To be eligible for entrance into the BSBCC program a student must have completed 48 credits of course work and Math 22 or Math 110.
- About the Business Baccalaureate Program