The W's Master of Business Administration degree is designed to develop the skills required for careers in business; however, is not limited strictly to the business world. It is a beneficial degree choice for working professionals who need to obtain additional education to reach their occupational goals. It prepares students to work in a wide range of industries and professions.
The W's College of Business and Professional Studies offers the following undergraduate degrees accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP):
Bachelor of Business Administration degree with concentrations in Accounting, General Business, Marketing, Management, and Management Information Systems, .
The department also offers the following undergraduate degrees:
The Bachelor of Business Administration with concentrations in Health Care Management and Human Resource Manaegment.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration with concentrations in General Business, Management, Health Care Managment, Human Reosource Management, Marketing, Legal Administration, and Management Information Systems
Accounting Business Administration, BBA
Business Administration, BAS Health Care Management
Our Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree can be completed entirely online and in as little as 18 months depending on entry point, completed coursework, degree requirements, and course availability. The B.A.S. student, however, may take two years, three years, or longer to complete degree requirements - whatever best fits your goals and objectives.
At The W the classes are small, but the opportunities are BIG. Our size and culture offer a personalized learning experience. Low student-to-faculty ratio fosters a close student/faculty relationship which allows us to actively engage our students and make learning relate to real world experiences.
Expand Your Opportunities
Your marketability improves with a college degree. Future benefits of a college degree include increased wages and improved employment prospects.
Helen Robinson (Accounting '11, MBA '17) used her opportunities at The W to advance her career. As she puts it, "I wanted to build my skills and the diversity of my professional portfolio."
The College of Business and Professional Studies offers advanced students the opportunity to acquire relevant work experience in their majors before graduation through its BU 400 course.
Internships can provide students with relevant work experience, allow students to investigate different organizations and opportunities, and give students the confidence they need to be successful in their chosen professions. Internships also increase students’ starting salaries. Students with internship experience earn an average of almost nine percent more than their counterparts according to survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.