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B.S. Business Administration: Management Major
“RSU has continually offered me opportunities I would not have had at other universities. The Honors Program has given me a wealth of knowledge and a greater appreciation for learning than I could have ever expected. The smaller class sizes and invested professors allowed me to connect with people who really know the subjects at hand. I also was able to be an intern through The Washington Center program. At my internship, I was able to get the type of knowledge you can only get from people who have the succeeded in the real world and are willing to turn around and help those behind them do the same.”
B.S. in Business Administration
Option: Human Resources Management
Option: Supply Chain Management
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is designed to meet the continuing demand for business administration majors who understand the function of business and can utilize those functions in an increasingly competitive, global economy.
This business administration program is responsive to students choosing the business administration curriculum at the beginning of their college studies or to students who have completed an associate degree in business.
- Business Administration
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Student Learning Outcomes:
- Integrate functional business skills into practice.
- The student will demonstrate key business communication skills.
- The student will demonstrate team building and business concepts learned while doing case study problem-solving scenarios.
- Demonstrate tolerance of diverse views for members of the university, as well as local and communities.
Department Mission: The Department of Business offers dynamic business degree programs
designed to prepare RSU students for success in today’s competitive business climate.
Degree Program Mission: The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is designed to meet the continuing demand for business administration majors who understand the function of business and can utilize those functions in an increasingly competitive, global economy.