Business Administration (A.S.)

This program will provide you with a broad overview of essential business management theory in the core areas of finance, marketing, and management. Our program prepares students to succeed in an increasingly competitive world through a variety of educational experiences with professional courses in a broad range of disciplines including Accounting, Computer Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management, and Marketing within a strong liberal arts foundation.                       

With this solid foundation of knowledge, you will be prepared for employment and advancement within a company, for entrance into graduate school, or for launching your own business. You will choose one or two areas of concentration where you will gain in-depth specialized knowledge.                       

The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) recently awarded LHU initial accreditation of its business and accounting programs, certifying that the teaching and learning processes meet rigorous educational standards.                       

Management Concentration

In this concentration, you will learn how to effectively and efficiently utilize physical, human, financial, and technological resources to achieve the goals of organizations. You will gain insight into resource management to meet the constantly changing demands of our global society. Courses include Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management, Industrial & Organizational Psychology, International Business, Labor Management Relations, Business, Society, and Government, Management Concepts and Public Policy.                       

Management Information Systems Concentration

In this concentration, you will gain an understanding of the principles and operations of management information systems and their importance as a tool in the planning, control, and decision-making of an organization. You may take courses such as Contemporary  Issues, Database Design, Database Application Development, Fundamentals of Networking, Information Technology Project Management, and Management Information Systems.