The Bachelor of Science in International Business (B.S.-I.B.) program at M.U.S.T. University is designed for students seeking to strengthen their knowledge and decision-m
The Bachelor of Science in International Business (B.S.-I.B.) program at M.U.S.T. University is designed for students seeking to strengthen their knowledge and decision-making ability in international business. The core objectives of the program are to develop, extend, and improve the ability to plan and act strategically in an international business environment; to strengthen analytical and decision-making skills in the functional areas of marketing, finance, multinational operations, and human resource management; and to become an effective leader in international business.
The Bachelor of Science in Film program is designed to provide students with not only knowledge and understanding of film theory, but also hands-on experience in the skil
At our school you learn filmmaking by actually making films. Our programs are built around actual industry workflow. Teachers step off the set to the front of the classroom to give you an immersive education you just can’t get out of a textbook. We want to provide you with a focused knowledge and understanding of film theory and the craft needed to enter the entertainment industry and hit the ground running.
You’ll receive training in: Film Theory • Production • Storyboarding • Cinematography • Directing • Editing • Post Production and more!
The Bachelor of Science in Film program is designed to provide students with not only knowledge and understanding of film theory, but also hands-on experience in the skills and craft needed to qualify for entry-level industry positions. Graduates are trained to work as independent filmmakers, production assistants, editors, sound designers, assistant directors, unit production managers, art directors, video editors, lighting technicians, director’s assistants, dialogue editors and a variety of other positions in the film and video industry. This program will also help develop team building skills necessary for the film industry. There are four degree tracks offered in the bachelor’s program: Production, Cinematography, Directing/Screenwriting and Production Design. Students will work with a faculty mentor to select the degree track that best fits their skills, talents and professional goals. In addition to technical proficiency and creative development, the curriculum teaches students the critical-thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills that are necessary to starting and sustaining a long and...
In addition to the General Objectives and overall program objectives, upon completion of this program, a person should be able to defend the position that the Bible is th
Undergraduate Studies in USA 2019.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CHURCH MINISTRIES) (129 HOURS INCLUDING AA BIBLE REQUIREMENTS)
In addition to the General Objectives and overall program objectives, upon completion of this program, a person should be able to:
Defend the position that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and a complete rule of faith and practice.
Make significant application of biblical truth to his personal and family life.
Read extensively in the field of secular literature and other media and objectively evaluate this material in the light of the Scriptures.
Demonstrate that he has acquired a comprehensive knowledge of the Bible, Christian doctrine, and Christian ministry.
Provide evidence of having sufficient knowledge in the fields of natural and social science necessary to communicate with contemporary society.
Show that he has developed a Christian philosophy of missions based on New Testament teachings to prepare him for participating in the missionary enterprise at home and abroad.
Exhibit sufficient knowledge to interpret the facts of history in order to be assured of an accurate working knowledge of the field.
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Biology is the study of living organisms and vital processes. Biologists investigate the structure, function, hereditary, and evolution of all living things – microorgani
Biology is the study of living organisms and vital processes. Biologists investigate the structure, function, hereditary, and evolution of all living things – microorganisms, fungi, plants, and animals. These life forms are studied at all levels: molecule, cell, organism, and population. Through lab work and field work, biology majors acquire a basic understanding of organisms, their habitats, and the processes that govern their life activities.
Biology student presents her research on Bioluminescent Bacteria
At Cottey, we want to make sure that your biology education includes a broad range of topics and not just those that directly relate to biology. It’s important to have a strong background in scientific communication, leadership, and experiential learning, skills that will help you succeed not just at Cottey but throughout your career. Those skills are built into the biology curriculum and into our co-curricular offerings. At Cottey,...
Whether you want to change the world of manufacturing, increase product quality for consumers or the safety of workers, or oversee worksite improvements, St. Ambrose has
Whether you want to change the world of manufacturing, increase product quality for consumers or the safety of workers, or oversee worksite improvements, St. Ambrose has a program that leads to your goals, and more.
Our graduates work at ExxonMobil, Ford Motor Company, Genesis Health System, NASA, Boeing Charleston, Deere & Company, Land O'Lakes, and others.
Extensive Hands-On Research and Design Experience
Faculty Focus On You
Our rigorous, but rewarding, Industrial Engineering program gives you hands-on, real-world experience. You will be guided by an expert and engaged faculty and gain skills that make you a sought-after asset in the workforce....
Biology students may choose between the Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree tracks. Both tracks share the same core of biology and supporting courses
The Biology Department at Waldorf University seeks to prepare its students to take on various leadership roles in solving problems facing human societies. This requires that students learn to think critically and analytically – students must be successful not only in the classroom, but in their ability to use the tools of science. To accomplish this, the Department offers students a choice of programs that will prepare them for success either in graduate and professional schools, or for employment directly after graduation. In addition to these programs, the Waldorf Biology Department offers students opportunities that will help them become leaders in their chosen careers. Our alumni enjoy careers in human medicine (e.g., physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, pharmacists), veterinary medicine, ecology (e.g., conservationists, marine biologists, park rangers), laboratory technology, education, and others....
Learn how to manage a business effectively in any environment. Investigate how to develop successful day-to-day and long-term strategies and operational procedures. Pract
Prepare to Lead.
Learn how to manage a business effectively in any environment. Investigate how to develop successful day-to-day and long-term strategies and operational procedures. Practice teamwork, decision making, leadership, and communication skills.
Learn by doing. Global business management students have interned with a variety of for-profit and non-profit organizations, including IT Convergence, the venture capital firm Sierra Angels, Coldwell Banker, and our South African partners Thornybush Collection and Hlokomela.
South Africa Service Learning Travel Course
Join us in a Service – Learning Project to the rural communities surrounding Hoedspruit, South Africa. Experience a new culture from the inside, working alongside our South Africa partners; meet the “Big 5” up close in the Thornybush Reserve; and earn college credits within regional studies, global business, and resource management....
Classes are delivered using one or a combination of formats including face-to-face instruction and interactive video conferences.
B.S. in Architecture, El Paso
65 TTU credit hours + 66 (max) transfer credits = 131 total credit hours
Classes are delivered using one or a combination of formats including face-to-face instruction and interactive video conferences.
Prerequisite: Completion of an Associates degree with specific core courses completed with a minimum grade of C or better. If you are an El Paso Community College student, please consult the current Articulation Agreement. If you are transferring from another university or community college, please consult with our Academic Advisor Jeffrey Litchfield, to discuss articulation requirements. The Director of the Texas Tech University Architecture Program in El Paso, Dr. Robert Alexander González, must approve all final course transfers.
Enrollment: While students are not required to enroll in a certain number of courses each semester, and completion time can vary by individual, some courses serve as prerequisites for future courses and many are taught sequentially. Consult the catalog listing for the College of Architecture for prerequisite information. Full-time enrollment is highly recommended, and enrollment in the design studio is required.
Calendar: Semester-based courses run with Texas Tech University's Academic Calendar. Please consult the calendar for university course start and end dates, add and drop deadlines, holidays, and exam periods.
Admissions: New students may only enroll in the summer for Fall enrollment. We do not accept new students into the program during the Spring semester. Please consult the Application Process tab above for further information.
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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration prepares students for professional careers in business and/or graduate studies. This preparation involves a curriculum
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration prepares students for professional careers in business and/or graduate studies. This preparation involves a curriculum that stresses analysis and communication, theory and practice, as shaped by the needs of the global business community. Ethics and values are emphasized in the curriculum, as well as technical efficiency and accountability.
Kentucky Wesleyan College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Accounting, and Business Administration....
Luxury brands are worth hundreds of billions of dollars and are poised to grow even more. You'll master the unique management and marketing strategies they require at one
Step into the world of the rich and famous
Sports cars that turn heads, lavish five-star resorts and fashion brands that grace major runways—marketing and managing luxury brands like these takes specialized knowledge and training.
Luxury brands are worth hundreds of billions of dollars and are poised to grow even more. You'll master the unique management and marketing strategies they require at one of the only undergraduate universities in the nation to offer a luxury brand marketing and management degree.
You'll be acutely aware of the consumer behavior and relationship management that's vital to keeping these brands on top in a fiercely competitive market.
Go to the luxury brand capitals of the world like Rome, Paris and Milan through our award-winning GO program....
Many of us want to know why people behave the way they do. And some of us want to really know why, and then do something to help. If you're one of those people, then a ps
Many of us want to know why people behave the way they do. And some of us want to really know why, and then do something to help. If you're one of those people, then a psychology major may be what you're looking for.
Psychology is the study of the mind and behavior. The discipline embraces all aspects of the human experience — from the functions of the brain to the actions of nations, from child development to care for the aged. In every conceivable setting from scientific research centers to mental health care services, “the understanding of behavior" is the focus of the psychology. Psychology majors at Pitt-Bradford take courses such as: Introduction to Psychology, Personality Theories, Child Development, Statistics, Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Counseling Psychology....
Fairleigh Dickinson University - Silberman College of Business
Our undergraduate Accounting program is rated a Top 10 Best Undergraduate Accounting Program in New Jersey by Accounting Degree Review, and several of our faculty have be
BS in Accounting Degree Requirements include seven required courses for the major, fulfillment of the University and Business Core Curriculum and a minimum of 121 total credits.
Freshman year, you’ll take introductory courses in business, management information systems and mathematics along with the core curriculum and courses in the humanities and social sciences.
Your second year, you’ll take introductory accounting courses and business courses in various disciplines. Heavy concentration in accounting major courses begins in your third year.
Why Study Accounting at FDU?
Did You Know...
FDU accounting students have scored #1, 3 and 5 on the Certified Public Accountant Exam in New Jersey.
Most accounting majors receive job offers one year before they graduate.
The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) awards scholarships to FDU students.
Three FDU faculty have been honored with NJSCPA Outstanding Educator Awards.
Certified Public Accounting firms are restricting recruiting only to colleges like FDU that qualify students for the Certified Public Accountant exam.
Students in the 4+1 Combined Degree Program can graduate with a BS and MS degree in five years.
ACCT3241 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT3242 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACCT3243 Costing Accounting: Measurement and Control
ACCT3390 Accounting Information Systems
ACCT4261 Advanced Accounting
ACCT4263 Auditing Concepts
ACCT4267 Fundamentals of Federal Taxation
The Psychology major prepares students for graduate study as well as for careers where strong human services skills are necessary.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
The Psychology major prepares students for graduate study as well as for careers where strong human services skills are necessary. Students may take approved Provisional Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (PLADC) courses which are indicated with an asterisk (*) below. To earn the PLADC credential, in addition to completing the required courses, students must complete 300 hours of supervised field experience and pass the required examination. PLADC classes are only offered on campus due to State Licensing regulations.
Graduates will be able to:
Demonstrate a knowledge base in psychology that includes key concepts, theories, findings and trends.
Demonstrate an understanding of research methods in psychology, including how to design studies and analyze and interpret data.
Demonstrate the use of critical thinking skills, especially in the application of critical thinking to psychological issues.
Demonstrate the ability and predisposition to apply psychology to relevant personal and social issues.
Demonstrate an understanding of psychology’s values, including but not limited to gaining comfort with ambiguity, considering evidence, and adhering to ethical principles in teaching, research, and practice.
Demonstrate the use of technology to evaluate the quality and credibility of information obtained from a variety of sources.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing using APA format, in presenting, and interpersonally.
Demonstrate an awareness of and sensitivity to multicultural issues.
Demonstrate the ability to use psychology to improve one’s self.
Demonstrate how to develop a realistic plan for how psychology will inform one’s future career plans.
Bachelors Degree in Forestry - Built on a longstanding Adirondack tradition, forestry education at Paul Smith’s College equips students with a foundation of technical, fi
Bachelors Degree in Forestry
Built on a longstanding Adirondack tradition, forestry education at Paul Smith’s College equips students with a foundation of technical, field-based and applied education that combines theory and practice. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in three concentrations:
Ecological Forest Management prepares students for positions with government forestry agencies, forestry consulting firms and non-governmental organizations.
Forestry Operations is a fit for students interested in working for forest-products companies or running their own forest-products firm.
Forest Biology is ideal for students who plan to continue to graduate school and specialize in a field such as forest ecology or forest entomology.
This track of study provides students with a variety of animal science courses as well as important courses in agriculture so that they will be better qualified for the j
B.S. in Agriculture
This track of study provides students with a variety of animal science courses as well as important courses in agriculture so that they will be better qualified for the job market. The purpose of this program is to prepare students to work with livestock on farms and ranches or to obtain positions in the livestock industry or related fields.
Former students have taken positions at livestock farms, dairies, ranches, equestrian centers, experiment stations, quarantine stations, veterinary clinics, and zoos. Employment opportunities also exist with government agencies and with livestock and feed companies.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will achieve a working knowledge of biology, chemistry, and mathematics as a foundation for further studies.
Students will achieve a basic understanding in the different animal science disciplines and be able to apply this knowledge to effectively manage and care for livestock.
Students will have experiential learning opportunities with farm animals through routine hands-on laboratories held at the UH Hilo Agricultural Farm Laboratory. When available, field trips to local farms and ranches will also provide learning opportunities with farm animals. Students will gain hands-on experience with livestock to help enhance their competitiveness in future studies and careers.
Students will use and refine their communication skills in various classes.
Students will develop and apply their computer skills to agricultural examples.