Elizabethtown College’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration offered through the School of Graduate and Professional Studies prepares adults for increasingly responsible leadership roles in the contemporary business community, which is characterized by its global reach, diversity, technological orientation, strategic planning, and complexity. Business community representatives constantly review the curriculum through which students master business and organizational principles. Students then apply these principles to specific cases and problems. Students graduate with a set of skills and competencies that position them to compete and to succeed in the rapidly changing business world of the 21st century. These skills and competencies are blended with the College’s quality liberal arts core to produce graduates who are prepared to exercise effective business leadership in a wide variety of contexts and organizations.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The School of Graduate and Professional Studies has not sought ACBSP accreditation.
Degree candidates must take at least 15 credits in the major from Elizabethtown. Nine of them must be 3000-4000 level courses in the business curriculum, with a minimum of six as major electives.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Students will be able to
- apply broad business theories to practical situations in business administration.
- utilize critical analytical skills providing leadership in today’s business environment.
- formulate strategies for modern workplaces that promote diversity in the workplace and community.
- assess how ethics can be applied to business solutions.
- evaluate the impact of globalization in today’s business world.
- identify the impact of the changing nature of technology on business strategy, operations, human resources and ethics.