Management - Business Studies Online
- Business Studies-Online (BS) U338
- Business Studies-Online 2Plus (BS) U722
About the Major
The Business Administration major provides students with a broad exposure to the functional areas of business. The Business Studies concentration provides students with a customized degree, combining courses from functional areas inside and outside of business.
General Admission Requirements for the Online Degree Completion Program
Once you have been admitted to the university, we can determine if any general education core or preadmission courses remain for you to take. If courses are needed, your adviser will work with you to map out a plan to complete your preadmission requirements and/or GEC requirements in preparation for entering the Business Supply Chain Management online major. These courses include ACC 201, ACC 202, CST 105, ECO 201, ECO 202, ECO 250, ENG 101, ISM 110, ISM 280, MAT 115, and MAT 120. (Note: These required math courses, MAT 115 and MAT 120, are offered online during the winter term.)
This is an online degree completion program and as such has certain technical requirements. The program includes both synchronous (meeting at a specific time through the computer with cameras and headsets) and asynchronous courses. Given the nature of the program, it is required that all students have the following:
- Regular access to a computer with Internet access
- A webcam
- A computer microphone and headset
- Microsoft Office
What's Unique about Business Administration at UNCG?
The Bryan School’s mission is to offer programs that prepare students to perform successfully as business professionals in a global economy. Therefore, majors in the Department of Business Administration benefit from the infusion of these critical issues throughout the curriculum. Visit http://bae.uncg.edu/about-bryan/mission to read the mission statement of the Bryan School of Business.
Students take courses in which they explore real-world business situations. Students have the opportunity to meet with area businesses to assist in finding solutions to identified problems. Many businesses have found international markets for their products as a result of student-team efforts while other businesses have implemented student-proposed recommendations.
Academic Clubs and Organizations
- Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society
- Black Business Students’ Association
- Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
- Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity
- Human Resource Management Association
- Future Financial Professionals
- Bryan Leadership Academy
- The Bryan School's Career Services office and UNCG’s Career Services Center provide assistance in securing internships and part-time employment as well as full-time positions upon graduation.
- The department offers an experiential learning course with students securing internships or other positions in organizations such as Bank of America, Koury Convention Center, Merrill Lynch, the Mexican Embassy, and Walt Disney World. Many students have continued employment at these sites after graduation.
- The faculty of the Bryan School of Business and Economics and the Department of Business Administration believe that today’s global business environment requires that future business leaders experience other countries and cultures. Available options include exchange programs at excellent universities in more than 25 countries, such as Denmark, France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, and the United Kingdom; special opportunities to satisfy the Bryan School language requirements by studying abroad; short-term, one-week programs in countries offered during the academic year; and short-term, three-week programs offered during the summer.
- Careers of business administration graduates include president, TRI Financial, Rochester, N.Y., and president/CEO, Central Virginia Federal Credit Union, Lynchburg, Va.
- Careers of marketing graduates include founder and president of Atlantic Webworks, Greensboro, N.C., and production manager, Polo Ralph Lauren, New York, N.Y.
Professional Organizations and Accreditation
The Bryan School of Business and Economics is one of the largest business schools in North Carolina; its AACSB International accreditation in business and accounting puts it among the top 3 percent of business schools in the world.
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