Bachelor Degree in Business in Iowa in USA

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A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.

Business classes may be taken to help enhance another area of study, or they may prepare students for a career in a large corporation, small organization, or in a start-up business. Courses are offered at institutions all over the world.

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.

Commonly referred to as the “Hawkeye state” or “America’s heartland” owed to its positioning, the state of Iowa has been ranked as one of the safest places to live time and again. With three major public universities and a host of numerous private institutions and colleges, the state can boast of having a reputable education system.

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Bachelor in Business Administration

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

The BA in Business Administration program prepares students to be leaders in the private or public sectors [+]

Bachelors in Business in Iowa in USA. Through your course work in business, you will gain the best classical knowledge of the foundations of management in accounting, finance, marketing, production, and human resource management. And through Maharishi’s technologies of consciousness, you’ll grow in the qualities of leadership most sought after in business: creative problem-solving ability, communications skill, integrity, stability, flexibility, dynamism, and harmony with others. The BA in Business Administration program prepares students to be leaders in the private or public sectors. Courses in the business curriculum encompass an international perspective to help prepare graduates to function effectively in the world’s varied cultural and business settings. Students are trained to be broad thinkers, harmonious contributors to teams, and experts in creative change. Undergraduate programs in the business department are listed in the left column. [-]

Bachelor of Global Management

Simpson College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Indianola

We offer comprehensive business curriculum with a focus on management. Seniors take part in the management senior seminar and take a global focused slant. The global component is not merely adding study of another language. Students infuse world politics, culture, religion, and history courses into their business studies. [+]

You see the major listed differently at each school (global business, international business, international management), but Simpson's Global Management major has distinctions to set it apart: We offer comprehensive business curriculum with a focus on management. Seniors take part in the management senior seminar and take a global focused slant. The global component is not merely adding study of another language. Students infuse world politics, culture, religion, and history courses into their business studies. Our business professors with international research, teaching and business experience are excited to work with globally focused students. Students take advantage of may term, semester and year-long international study options, international internships and job placements. In our survey of 2012 graduates (100% response rate), all students had found full-time employment. Global Management Major Students will complete ten courses, plus a capstone and a minor in a language as follows: Required: Econ 100 Principles of Economics Acct 201 Introduction to Accounting Magt 131 Management Concepts Mktg 234 Marketing (Pre-req: MAGT 131) Magt 333 Organization and Behavior (Pre-req: MAGT 131 and junior standing) Mktg 336 International Marketing (Pre-req: MAGT 131; MKTG 234; ECON 100 or 101 or 102) Econ 343 International Trade and Finance (Pre-req: ECON 100 or 101 or 102) CIS/MAGT 145 Management Information Systems and Business Intelligence Choose two courses from the following: PoSc 230 Western European Politics PoSc 231 Politics of Russia and Eastern Europe PoSc 232 Asian Politics PoSc 233 Latin American Politics PoSc 240 World Politics PoSc 340 Politics of a Changing World Rel 120 Intro to World Religion Econ 230 Economic Development (Pre-req: ECON 100 or 101 or 102) Hist 275 History of India Hist 276 History of China Hist 309 Contemporary Europe *Also Required: Minor in language offered through the Department of World Language and Culture Studies. Capstone: **Magt 385 Senior Seminar in Strategic Management (Permission from Dept Chair required to enroll. Pre-req: MAGT 131, 333; MKTG 234; ECON 100, 135, 339; ACCT 201) *In fulfilling requirements for the global management major, students who are not native speakers of English are required to pursue a minor in English or another second language. For native speakers of English, study abroad is strongly encouraged. **Consultation with Business Administration and Economics department chair is required during junior year. [-]

Bachelor in Business

Buena Vista University (BVU)
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Storm Lake

Start up your own restaurant or become a financial advisor on Wall Street. Launch a career in sports management or market research. Recruit and interview job candidates for a large corporation. [+]

Bachelors in Business in Iowa in USA. Bachelor in Business Harold Walter Siebens School of Business Start up your own restaurant or become a financial advisor on Wall Street. Launch a career in sports management or market research. Recruit and interview job candidates for a large corporation. BVU’s business major will provide you with core and transferable knowledge so you can be an effective business leader in any field or profession. The business major is a comprehensive program emphasizing real-world problem solving and practical experience. Early on, you’ll put theory into action through simulations, case studies, research, and countless internship and travel opportunities. As part of your studies, you will complete a series of core and foundation courses that will equip you with a broad set of skills and a thorough understanding of business operations. You may also pursue one or more business concentrations to supplement your studies and increase marketability. The five concentrations - sports management, marketing, entrepreneurship, financial decision making and human resource management - allow you to tailor your studies and career path, develop specialized knowledge and abilities, and become an adept business leader. A business degree from BVU will provide you with the ability to adapt to the ever-changing workplace. You will graduate with the knowledge and skills that are sought after most by industry professionals. Business courses Major: 41 credit hours Business Foundation courses: 25 credit hours ACCT 200 Accounting Foundations ECON 200 Economics Foundations FNBK 306 Managerial Finance MATH 140 Elementary Applied Statistics MGMT 205 Decision Science Foundations MGMT 306 Principles of Management MGMT 314 Legal Environment of Business MRKT 306 Principles of Marketing Integrated Core courses: 16 credit hours BUSN 100 Contemporary Business and Free Enterprise BUSN 300 You in the Business World BUSN 305 Enterprise Decision Making BUSN 400 Business Project Management BUSN 496 Business Practicum Business Concentration courses: 15 credit hours each Marketing MRKT 340 Business Marketing MRKT 354 Sports Marketing MRKT 355 Consumer Behavior MRKT 414 Selling MRKT 418 Market Research Entrepreneurship ACCT 309 Cost Accounting MGMT 375 Entrepreneurship/Small Business MGMT 380 Social Responsibility of Business MGMT 410 Organization Theory MGMT 475 Advanced Entrepreneurship Human Resource Management COMM 374 Interviewing MGMT 320 Human Resource Management MGMT 380 Social Responsibility of Business MGMT 410 Organization Theory MGMT 420 Advanced Human Resource Management Sports Management MGMT 380 Social Responsibility of Business MGMT 390 Sports Management MGMT 410 Organization Theory MRKT 354 Sports Marketing MRKT 414 Selling Financial Decision Making FNBK 316 Corporate Finance FNBK 322 Analysis of Financial Statement (may be waived for students who have taken ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I) FNBK 430 Investments FNBK 460 Enterprise Risk Management FNBK 465 Advanced Financial Management Recommended Additional Courses for Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Candidates: 7 credit hours ACCT 309 Cost Accounting ACCT 320 Professional Ethics for Accountants ACCT 300 Accounting Information Systems or ACCT 405 Auditing Minor: 18 credit hours Required Courses: 8 credit hours BUSN 100 Contemporary Business and Free Enterprise ACCT 200 Accounting Foundations or ECON 200 Economics Foundations Elective Courses: At least 10 credit hours from the following ACCT 200 Accounting Foundations(Permitted only if ECON 200 has been taken as a required course) ECON 200 Economics Foundations(Permitted only if ACCT 200 has been taken as a required course) BUSN 300 You in the Business World FNBK 306 Managerial Finance MATH 140 Elementary Applied Statistics MGMT 205 Decision Science Foundations MGMT 306 Principles of Management MGMT 314 Legal Environment of Business MRKT 306 Principles of Marketing Major in Business Education: 31-33 credit hours ACCT 200 Accounting Foundations and a three-hour elective Accounting course or 6 hours of approved Accounting courses from another institution ACCT 300 Accounting Information Systems or MIS 300 Introduction to Management Information Systems BUED 320 Technical Applications in Business COMM 230 Business and Professional Communication ECON 200 Economics Foundations and a three-hour elective Economics course or 6 hours of approved Economics courses from another institution FNBK 306 Managerial Finance MGMT 306 Principles of Management MGMT 315 Business Law I MRKT 306 Principles of Marketing Plus requirements for secondary education and education core [-]

Bachelor of Economics & Business

Cornell College
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Mount Vernon + 1 more

The ECB program cultivates analytical and quantitative approaches to solving economic problems. Our interdisciplinary curriculum offers a rigorous program in economic theory, applied economics and finance. Cornell’s distinctive One Course At A Time calendar allows us to deepen students’ understanding of economic problems through experiential learning. [+]

Economics & Business (ECB)

The department of economics and business combines two distinct yet related disciplines within the same major: Economics courses explore the choices people make when faced with scarcity, and the rules, laws, and customs governing those choices. Economic reasoning is applicable to many areas of human choices including law, the environment, and personal decision making. Business courses focus on economic decision making within firms. All organizations undertake strategies with limited resources, limited information, and shifting market conditions. Our business program emphasizes how managers make decisions, particularly financial decisions, in the face of such complexity. We believe that a liberal arts approach provides a deep understanding of modern economics and business. Curriculum The ECB program cultivates analytical and quantitative approaches to solving economic problems. Our interdisciplinary curriculum offers a rigorous program in economic theory, applied economics and finance. Cornell’s distinctive One Course At A Time calendar allows us to deepen students’ understanding of economic problems through experiential learning. Graduates Many of our alumni have moved directly into careers in business and government. Some have started their own firms. Others have found the ECB major to be ideal preparation for graduate studies in business or law. We regularly place students in top-rated Ph.D. programs in economics. Partnerships To achieve our goals, our department partners closely with the Berry Center for Economics, Business, and Public Policy and the Career Engagement Center. The Berry Center provides many exceptional benefits to our students, including support forinternships, off-campus courses, distinguished visitors, research projects, and post-graduate planning. The Career Engagement Center provides innovative and purposeful career development opportunities for Cornell College students, including the Cornell Fellows Program which provides high-level opportunities at companies and organizations throughout the world. Academic SupportIn Cornell’s ECB program, you will be challenged and enabled to succeed. Through the dedicated members of the Economics Honors Society, the department provides tutoring services for all of our introductory level classes. The department also works closely with Cornell’s Center for Teaching and Learning, which offers customized guidance on writing and quantitative skills.... [-]