January 16, 2009, Newsletter Issue #141: Typically Bachelor Degree in Business Curriculum

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Obtaining a bachelor degree in business will typically require the completion of core courses as well as the completion of courses related to the studentís concentration. Core courses may relate to subjects such as corporate finance, marketing, business statistics, process and operations management, managing information systems, professional research and writing, leadership and ethics. These series of classes are typically taken early in pursuit of the degree and are applicable to students pursuing any concentration.

After the completion of core courses, students typically take courses which relate specifically to their concentration or specialized path of study. Examples of areas of concentration in the pursuit of a business degree may include, but are not limited to, general business management, security management or health care management. In each of these concentrations, the students will take courses designed to focus on a particular niche of the field of business.

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