Dale Scott is a graduate of CCU’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program and now serves at Key Bank.
In the highly competitive business world a bachelor of science in business administration can make a difference, enabling graduates to pursue a wide range of careers with a business administration degree. Through an integrated curriculum that incorporates business fundamentals with an emphasis on ethical leadership and strong values, CCU's Business Administration program has made a difference for hundreds of adult students who wanted to advance their careers through a degree in business.
Focus areas in the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Administration degree include: business management, project management, ethics and international considerations, and real-world learning experience.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
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Students in the Business Administration degree program may choose an optional emphasis in Entrepreneurship, which has been shown to be a driver of wealth creation in every economy where it occurs. This emphasis focuses on "entrepreneurship as mission", whether that is incorporating an entrepreneurial mindset at your current company; starting and running a business; efforts in social, sustainable and mission entrepreneurship; or achieving growth for sustainability in your entrepreneurial venture.