Bachelor Degree in Business Studies in Wisconsin in USA

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Business, Economics and Administration degrees will be related to the behaviour of resources in diverse types of environments. Students can expect to learn about the workings of markets in different levels, such as local economies or international trade; or can learn to be organizational leaders seeking to improve a corporation’s revenue, profit or image.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

Wisconsin is a state known for its production of dairy products. But amidst the farm fields Wisconsin is home to some of the most prestigious private and public universities in the country. These colleges are known for having a thriving nightlife, as well as rigorous course work in many different majors.

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Bachelor of Marketing

Lakeland University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Plymouth

Some people tend to be left-brain oriented, wired to crunch numbers, analyze spread sheets and find comfort in black-and-white absolutes. Right-brain oriented people tend to be more drawn to writing, graphic design and other forms of creative expression... [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Wisconsin in USA. Some people tend to be left-brain oriented, wired to crunch numbers, analyze spread sheets and find comfort in black-and-white absolutes. Right-brain oriented people tend to be more drawn to writing, graphic design and other forms of creative expression. And then there are those of you who are equally comfortable working on an Excel spreadsheet and an InDesign brochure. Do you fit that description? If so, our marketing major might be right up your alley. “I think our marketing students know they’re interested in business, but they’re often more creative,” says Scott Niederjohn, associate professor of business administration. “They’ve enjoyed writing classes in high school. Maybe they’ve enjoyed some art classes. They want to tell a story but they want to do it in the context of business.” A hybrid major As a marketing student at Lakeland, you will complete critical core business classes such as finance, economics and accounting – in addition to actual marketing classes. But what makes this major different from the other business division classes is the emphasis on communication and even art. Niederjohn points out that social media and graphic design are just two of the areas that fit seamlessly into the marketing curriculum and give our graduates a strong marketing base. As with many majors at Lakeland, internships are stressed. And with world-class companies just a few miles from Lakeland’s campus, there are plenty of tremendous opportunities for Lakeland marketing students to complete real-world work prior to graduating and entering the job force. Marketing at Lakeland We asked. We listened. As a result, our marketing degree is stronger than ever. Wanting to upgrade our marketing program, we asked local employers from some of our neighboring world-class businesses what they wanted in a graduate with a marketing degree. One key change was a renewed emphasis on internships. Another was stressing research, the ability to carry out and analyze survey works or focus group studies. “Our marketing program was designed with the input of employers,” Niederjohn says. “We really asked them, ‘what do you think students need to be able to do when they graduate?’ We recently made changes.” Recent Grads, Real Careers Listed below are just some of the careers Lakeland College marketing students from recent graduating classes have landed: Senior renewable energy analyst, Orion Engineered Systems Graphic designer, RLO Sign Merchandiser, Coca-Cola Front end leader, Bed, Bath and Beyond Customer service representative, PCNation Account executive, Trans Media Group/AJ Indoor Advertising Account manager, Strategies Ltd. Corporate account manager, CDW Web analyst, The Manitowoc Company Business development manager, Jostens Listed below are some of the internships Lakeland College marketing students have landed during their stay at Lakeland: Acuity - Sheboygan, Wis. Ansay & Associates - Port Washington, Wis. Dental Health Products - New Franken, Wis. Pearce Wireless - Sheboygan, Wis. Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce - Sheboygan, Wis. Texas Roadhouse - Sheboygan, Wis. Two Rivers Polar Bears baseball team - Two Rivers, Wis. Valley VNA Senior Services - Neenah, Wis. Vector Marketing - Sheboygan, Wis. WSCS-TV8 - Sheboygan, Wis. Marketing Major Requirements ACC 210 - Financial Accounting Principles BUS 200 - Business and Professional Protocol (2 semester hours) BUS 301 - Management Information Systems BUS 330 - Management Principles BUS 350 - Marketing Principles BUS 375 - Marketing Research BUS 389 - Pricing and Financial Management BUS 400 - Business Internship BUS 410 - Business Law I BUS 445 - Logistics and Supply Chain Management BUS 485 - Marketing Management BUS 491 - Business Policy and Strategy (WI) ECN 220 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECN 230 - Principles of Microeconomics MAT 220 - Probability and Statistics Two courses (6 semester hours) from the following: BUS 314 - Hospitality Sales and Marketing BUS 388 - Integrated Marketing Communications BUS 469 - Global Marketing and Management Strategies BUS 487 - Sales Management COM 220 - Persuasion & Advocacy COM 370 - Communication and Social Media SOC 325 - Sociology of Media and Mass Communication WRT 330 - Advertising and Public Relations Writing [-]

Bachelor of Accounting

Lakeland University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Plymouth

Most colleges offer an accounting degree. But our degree will make you more attractive to employers than most. Why? Because at Lakeland, you won’t just learn how to crunch numbers. You will get out of the classroom and apply your knowledge in a real-world setting. And that’s exactly what employers want to see on a resume... [+]

Most colleges offer an accounting degree. But our degree will make you more attractive to employers than most. Why? Because at Lakeland, you won’t just learn how to crunch numbers. You will get out of the classroom and apply your knowledge in a real-world setting. And that’s exactly what employers want to see on a resume. Come to Lakeland, and your out-of-class accounting journey will include: A required internship, that we will help you land, that’s worth three credits toward your degree The Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which involves you preparing actual tax returns for in-need members of the Sheboygan community (our accounting students prepared more than 500 returns in 2013) Field trips to renowned corporations, such as Kohler Co. Required job shadows of local accounting professionals, that we will help set up Four-year course plan “We certainly provide all the necessary technical knowledge, but the link between classroom learning and actual experience in the field is what’s so valuable,” says Brett Killion, assistant professor of accounting. “We really emphasize becoming a strong professional and helping students get that actual experience, so when they go out into the work world, they’re prepared to be great employees.” Covering all the bases Our accounting program is comprehensive. You will be exposed to financial accounting (record-keeping); managerial accounting (budgeting, forecasting, strategic planning); tax accounting and many other facets of this popular field. “But we also offer a lot of flexibility in terms of emphasis tracks,” Killion says. “We have a fraud and forensics emphasis track and we have a finance and insurance track as well.” Forensic Accounting at Lakeland White collar corporate crime is a growing problem in our society. We are one of only a few United States colleges that offer a fraud and forensic emphasis accounting degree. That’s a source of pride for us, and a valuable option for you. “You are combining your accounting skills, your analytical skills and your detective skills, and putting them all together,” says Killion. “You’re almost an accounting crime solver. You’re not just sitting in a cubicle with a calculator.” Recent Grads, Real Careers Listed below are just some of the actual jobs Lakeland College accounting students from recent graduating classes have landed: Tax associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers Bank examiner, Office of the Comptroller of Currency, Wisconsin Department of Treasury Tax associate, Schenck SC Tax analyst, U.S. Bank Renewable energy analyst, Orion Energy Systems Business analyst, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting (Tokyo, Japan) Associate accountant, Johnsonville Sausage Associate tax accountant, Thomson Reuters Staff accountant, Adell Cooperative Accounting assistant, Culligan Accountant, Van Horn Hyundai Senior auditor, Orion Energy Systems Accounting Major (63 semester hours) ACC 210 - Financial Accounting Principles ACC 220 - Managerial Accounting Principles ACC 350 - Federal Income Tax I ACC 355 - Federal Income Tax II ACC 395 - Intermediate Accounting I ACC 396 - Intermediate Accounting II ACC 401 - Internship in Accounting I ACC 420 - Cost Accounting ACC 455 - VITA-Income Tax Assistance (1 semester hour) ACC 465 - Accounting Information Systems ACC 471 - Advanced Accounting I ACC 472 - Auditing Theory and Practice ACC 474 - Advanced Accounting II BUS 200 - Business and Professional Protocol (2 semester hours) BUS 301 - Management Information Systems BUS 330 - Management Principles BUS 340 - Principles of Business Finance BUS 350 - Marketing Principles BUS 410 - Business Law I BUS 491 - Business Policy and Strategy (WI) ECN 220 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECN 230 - Principles of Microeconomics [-]

Bachelor of Business

University of Wisconsin La Crosse
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA La Crosse

Welcome to the UW-La Crosse College of Business Administration. We are proud to provide students with a solid educational foundation for a career in business. Our commitment to quality and student success is demonstrated through the accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Wisconsin in USA. Welcome to the UW-La Crosse College of Business Administration. We are proud to provide students with a solid educational foundation for a career in business. Our commitment to quality and student success is demonstrated through the accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. We are the only business school in the Southwestern Wisconsin to hold this prestigious accreditation. Business Majors Accountancy Economics Finance Finance-Risk, Insurance & Financial Planning Concentration Information Systems International Business Management Marketing Business Minors A minor is not required for business majors. Many students elect to complete a minor to complement their major or to pursue other courses of interest either within the College of Business Administration or in other colleges. Accountancy Business Administration - (non-CBA majors ​, only​ ) Economics International Business Information Systems Health Information Systems Management (HISM) ​ Sustainable Business [-]

Bachelor of Science in Finance

Kaplan University Online
Online Part time January 2017 USA Rockville

As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, it stimulates business growth and generates new business opportunities. Kaplan University’s Bachelor’s of Science in Finance program is designed to help you gain technical knowledge and skills in a wide range of financial areas, and develop an understanding of the factors that influence financial decision-making. [+]

As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, it stimulates business growth and new business opportunities. Kaplan University’s Bachelor of Science in Finance can help you gain technical knowledge and skills in a wide range of financial areas. The curriculum covers financial planning, corporate finance, banking, insurance, real estate, financial markets, and investment management. This degree focuses on helping you: Acquire an understanding of factors that influence financial decision-making Develop/implement critical thinking skills to solve in-depth financial problems At this time, if you reside in one of the following states you may not enroll in the Bachelor of Science in Finance: AR, DE, KS, KY, NM, or TN. Program Highlights This online bachelor's degree includes assignments, reports, presentations, and group projects—each designed to help you develop the savvy and proficiencies to find solutions to real-life financial situations. The curriculum focuses on helping you: Perform financial analysis using quantitative concepts and techniques Interpret financial statements and ratios Examine investment and financial risk Analyze financial theory and practices Apply legislation, regulations, and principles of practice to financial scenarios Communicate professionally through writing and presentations with stakeholders For Kaplan University Gainful Employment program disclosure information, click here. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Kaplan University Online
Online & Campus Combined Full time January 2017 USA Lincoln

Careers in management are available in nearly every industry, offering diverse opportunities for job applicants with the right knowledge, skills, and credentials. If you are ready to advance your career in management, earning a degree in business administration at Kaplan University may prepare you with knowledge and skills relevant to today’s competitive business environment.* [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Wisconsin in USA. Careers in management are available in nearly every industry, offering diverse opportunities for job applicants with the right knowledge, skills, and credentials. If you are ready to advance your career in management, earning a degree in business administration at Kaplan University may prepare you with knowledge and skills relevant to today’s competitive business environment.* Program Highlights Our comprehensive curriculum focuses on helping you develop the knowledge and skills to become an effective, efficient manager. As a student, you will have an opportunity to: Focus on developing critical thinking and communication skills and developing the technical competencies to become an effective business leader Gain a detailed understanding of business functions including human resources, marketing, operations, finance, and accounting Examine group behavior and study to develop team-building and decision-making skills Complete a capstone course in which you will demonstrate your ability to apply the concepts learned to real-world business management scenarios For Kaplan University Gainful Employment program disclosure information, click here. (*) Kaplan University cannot guarantee employment or career advancement. [-]