Clearfield Campus Bachelor Degree Programs
Managers are needed in every organization to plan, organize, lead and control human and other resources to achieve organizational goals. All organizations need people with strong communications skills who can lead a team, think logically, and be decisive. By studying management you will not only develop competencies in areas such as accounting, computers, economics, business law, management and marketing, but you will also develop effective interpersonal skills, be exposed to diverse business environments, advance your decision making skills, and cultivate your entrepreneurial thinking. Management skills can be applied to such areas and industries as supervisor/management; human resources; production; marketing; organizational behavior; international; small business; government; healthcare; hospitality; retail; banking; education, and many more.
Bachelor of Science - Business Management (B.S.) Concentration in Management Information Systems
This is a four-year program designed for students interested in pursuing a career that combines business knowledge with technology expertise. Professionals working in this field serve as liaisons between information systems users and the developers of these computer-based systems. They identify the best use of technology to solve business problems in order to give an organization a competitive edge over its rivals. Successful professionals need a strong foundation in business practices, understand the role of information systems within organizations, and a current knowledge of technology. This program is for students who are interested in careers as systems analysts and developers, business analysts, consultants and information system managers.
Bachelor of Science - Applied Health Studies Track (B.S.)
The Applied Health Studies Track is a degree completion program for individuals who are certified, licensed or registered in a healthcare profession. These individuals will have graduated from an accredited healthcare program (i.e. medical radiology, occupational therapy assistant, surgical technology, etc.) and have earned an associate's degree. After graduation, many of these students have a desire to continue their education and earn a bachelor's degree. The purpose of the Applied Health Studies Track is to prepare the student to grow as a professional and assume a position in healthcare leadership.
Bachelor of Science - RN-to-BSN (B.S.)
The BSN program provides upper division opportunities facilitating mobility of graduates from Associate Degree and diploma programs, allowing them the opportunity to enhance their education and career options. The primary goal is to function in a variety of settings: providing care of the sick in and across environments; participating in, planning, implementing and evaluating activities and programs to promote health; and facilitating population-based health care. The program is designed to build on the students knowledge and experience as a registered nurse, enhancing skills in critical thinking, case management, and leadership roles.