Rosemont’s bachelor’s degree in business administration is a flexible program with a focus on global management, ethical leadership, and the personal tools that students find necessary to launch their careers. The program allows for a student-centered course of study in leadership studies, global finance and economics, or business information technology. Students will learn from master practitioners who bring real world experience into the classroom. Coursework consists of oral presentations, organizational diagnosis, research papers and group projects.
Students in the program will learn:
- How to apply and synthesize the functional areas of business to make sound ethical business decisions
- How to use the resources necessary to locate, evaluate, and communicate information and ideas
- Gain an understanding of the quantitative and qualitative evaluation skills necessary to solve complex business problems
- The personal and group communication skills necessary to achieve both personal and organizational goals and objectives
- Gain an understanding of the political, legal, ethical, social, and cultural issues related to the operation of a global business
Students in the bachelor’s degree program have the opportunity to participate in workshops and professional development activities offered through the College’s Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility.
Students in the bachelor's program need convenience and flexibility, so we offer new start dates every 5 weeks. Classes are held one night/week from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., and are available on our main campus, or online.
A total of 120 credits is needed to obtain the degree. Up to 84 credits can be transferred to Rosemont, and we do give credit for life experience.
|Business Information Technology||Finance & Global Economics|
Catherine Coleman-Dickson '00
Business and Leadership
610.527.0200 x 2306