Business Administration Major: General Business B.S.

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Courses Required

$369

cost per credit hour

120

Total Credit Hours

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Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major: General Business

Prepare to Succeed in Any Business

The Bachelor of Science in General Business, offered by the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, will give you the versatility you need to enter any segment of the business world. The basic skills you achieve through this program will be applicable in many different industries, such as government, real estate or business services. You will gain an understanding of how to run a business, including management skills, business research skills, and the use of financial data. The program is entirely online, making it easy to pursue advanced education in conjunction with your busy work schedule.

Learning Formats
  • Online Asynchronous
Start Date
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The online undergraduate degree in General Business, offered through the WVU College of Business and Economics, gives students an overall understanding of business and how organizations operate. They also learn business and management skills, including the ability to research, interpret and use business and financial data. Graduates of this program are well prepared to enter corporate management training programs, or to apply their skills to virtually any industry.

Students must be admitted to the College of Business and Economics during the Fall, Spring, or Summer terms. They will plan a customized curriculum with their advisors, taking 30 credits of upper-level business courses, but no more than 9 credits in any specific discipline.

General business majors choose upper-level business course electives from accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, hospitality and tourism management, management, marketing, management information systems, and organizational leadership courses.

Management courses include hospitality and tourism, small business, international business, and human resources management.

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