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UndergraduateUndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAAccounting Program The College of Business and Economics is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, ensuring high-quality academic outcomes. According to the Education Advisory Board, recent employer demand for accounting graduates grew faster than demand for all bachelors’ degrees overall. Accountant and auditor positions are projected...UndergraduateDegree Type: AAAssociate of Arts with a Concentration in Business Jump Starting Your Business Career
Are you seeking an associate degree with a concentration in business? If so, the online Associate of Arts with a Concentration in Business program at Ashland University is for you.
This online program is an excellent starting...UndergraduateDegree Type: BABusiness Administration Program Finding Your Path as a Business Leader
Are you a creative problem solver? A Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration might be for you.
The Business Administration program at Ashland University is the largest program on campus, focusing on core functions to provide you with the...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBATurning Data Into Insight
Do you like seeing what you can learn from data? Are you passionate about helping organizations use their data to make good decisions? The Business Analytics program at Ashland University might be for you.
Businesses around the world are collecting more and more data, and need...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBABusiness Management Program Preparing You to Lead
Are you a natural leader interested in becoming a business manager or executive? If so, the Business Management program at Ashland University is the right place for you to start.
The management major at Ashland University is a comprehensive overview of the...UndergraduateDegree Type: BA, BSBA
AFTER THE FALL 2020 SEMESTER, THE BA PROGRAM IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTS. THE BSBA PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE TO ACCEPT NEW STUDENTS.UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAEntrepreneurship Program Preparing You to Launch
Are you an ambitious risk-taker or a serious self-starter passionate about bringing your business ideas to life? If so, the Entrepreneurship program at Ashland University is for you.
This program teaches you how to recognize opportunities in the marketplace, create successful business plans, and...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAFashion Merchandising Program Making the World Your Runway
Do you have a passion for fashion or want to learn about current trends and consumer needs?
Ashland University’s Fashion Merchandising program, ranked in the top 20 percent of fashion programs in the U.S. in 2013, will give you the tools to...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAFinance Program Furthering Your Financial Future
Are you an analytical problem solver, deep thinker, quick learner, or forward-thinking individual? Ashland University’s Finance program might be for you.The College of Business and Economics is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, ensuring high-quality academic outcomes...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBA
AFTER THE FALL 2020 SEMESTER, THIS PROGRAM IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTSUndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAInternational Business Program Becoming a Global Business Leader
Do you enjoy traveling and are you interested in diversity and world cultures? The International Business program at Ashland University might be for you.
Our International Business program combines a solid core of business courses with classes in international business/culture, international marketing,...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAManagement Information Systems Program Technology Making Business Better
Do you have a love for technology and strong communication skills? Learn how to use technology to improve business practices with the Management Information Systems (MIS) program at Ashland University.What to Expect
In today’s economy, managing information is critical to business...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBA
The Manufacturing Management Major is a 33 credit major. The major is designed to better equip students with the skills needed to succeeded in the manufacturing environment. This major is aligned with and meets our ACBSP accreditation requirements for Business and Economics and 3 credits from other disciplines. (Specifically Math 208)UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBAMarketing Program Preparing for a Meaningful Marketing Career
Are you a first-class communicator, creative thinker, or good team player? The Marketing program provided by the College of Business and Economics at Ashland University might be for you.
Learn the fundamentals of building a brand strategy, how to make a product...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSSport Management Program Turning Your Passion Into a Profession
Do you want to study in an ever-changing field where business, entertainment, and sports collide? If so, the Sport Management program at Ashland University is for you.
Ashland University’s Sport Management program focuses on the business of sport and recreation to...UndergraduateDegree Type: BSBASupply Chain Management Program Driving Productivity
Are you a linear thinker, energetic manager, broad-minded leader, integration guru, or efficient multi-tasker? The Supply Chain Management program at Ashland University might be for you.What to Expect
The Supply Chain Management program at Ashland University provides you with the opportunity to learn...
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