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WVU Potomac State College’s online Associate of Arts in Business Administration degree will give you a broad knowledge of business, combined with skills in technology, to prepare you for a variety of careers in a global business environment that is changing rapidly.
While pursuing this degree, students will study micro and macroeconomics, sociology, principals of accounting, statistical inferences, and computer applications among other courses. Elective courses within the degree can be tailored to match your personal and professional interests.
Choosing this degree program can also help you advance professionally in your career.
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- January 10, 2022
The online Associate of Arts in Business Administration, offered by WVU Potomac State College, is for students who expect to complete a baccalaureate degree.
Highly recommended is the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at WVU’s Morgantown Campus in which students can pursue one of two baccalaureate degree programs: the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (with a choice of eight academic majors), or the Bachelor of Science in Economics.
The eight academic majors offered in the BSBA program include Accounting, Finance, General Business, Global Supply Chain Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Management, Management Information Systems, and Marketing.
However, Potomac State College’s undergraduate course work could also transfer to degree programs at other four-year institutions.
Students in the Associate of Arts degree program must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours of required and elective courses. Since today’s business world is a global environment, it is highly recommended that students consider taking a minimum of six credit hours in a foreign language.
You may use credits earned at other institutions and the electives can also be used toward a minor of your choice.
More information on the recommended sequence of courses may be found in the Advisement Sheet.
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