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Bachelor of Science Business Administration

Rosemont’s Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration is a flexible 120-credit (40 course) program offered through a variety of formats—in-class, weekend college, and online—that focuses on the personal tools students find necessary to launch or enhance their careers.

All classes are conducted through facilitative teaching methods introduced by business professionals who are experts in their fields. The focus is on critical thinking and writing, case studies, collaborative learning, participant presentations, and problem solving. A diverse student body provides a versatile learning experience for an individual from any background.

deb“Rosemont has made it possible for me to achieve a life’s ambition that I’d thought had been abandoned long ago. Rosemont’s partnership with my employer gave me the opportunity to once again pursue higher education in the convenience of own office space. I am extremely happy to state that I am almost through my undergraduate program at this time and am already looking forward to continuing my journey with Rosemont in a graduate program! ”

 - Deborah A. Nicoletti
Supervisor, Enrollment & Benefits Installation
AmeriHealth Administrators, a subsidiary of Independence Blue Cross

 

Students completing 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.
Understand 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.
 

Core Business Requirements-30 Credits

 BUS 0215

PRINCIPLES OF BUDGET AND FINANCE

BUS R420 

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 

BUS 0454

BUS 0454 ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR

BUS 0461

MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

BUS 0481

BUSINESS LAW

BUS 0488

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS RESEARCH

BUS 0495

ETHICAL DECISION MAKING IN BUSINESS

ECO 0320

PRINCIPLES OF MACRO-ECONOMICS

BUS 0496

CAPSTONE

 

General Education Requirements - 57 Credits

In addition to meeting the course requirements for the Business Administration major, all students must also fulfill 57 credits of General Education requirements.

College Writing (6 credits)
Oral Presentation (3 credits)
Problem Solving & Critical Thinking (6 credits)
Humanities (6 credits)
Social Science (6 credits)
Creative Expression (3 credits)
Science (3 credits)
Sustainability (3 credits)
Religious Studies (6 credits)
Multiculturalism & Gender (6 credits)
Global Awareness (6 credits) * 
Ethics in Action (3 credits)
 

Electives for the BS in Business Administration - 33 Credits

 

* The Global Study Program campus

May be taken in place of Global Awareness

This is an in-depth study of the global business community. Participants will travel to a major international city and examine the implications of conducting business abroad. Students will observe cultural differences, organizational structure, leadership theories/practices, technology, legal, political, social, and ethical issues. 

Completed online application

Official undergraduate transcript from an accredited four-year college or university

If student never attended college, official high school transcript is required

Current Resume

Convenient evening, online and weekend courses

Accelerated seven-week sessions

Rolling admissions

 

For our current tuition rates, go to

Rosemont.edu/SGPSTuition

Tuition discount for all IBC/AHA employees

 Apply Here:

Rosemont.edu/sgpsinfo

Direct Questions to:

Rosemont SGPS Admissions Counselor

610-527-0200 x2598