Heavener School of Business
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The Heavener School of Business offers Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degrees in finance, general business (for off campus students), information systems, management and marketing and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree in general studies with an outside area of specialization. All undergraduate degrees require 120 credits and all include universal tracking, general education, business core, major or area of specialization, and restricted elective courses. The degree programs are designed to provide students with a strong foundation in the functional areas of business.
The school encourages all freshmen to take Warrington Welcome: First Year Florida (SLS 1102, for business majors), which serves as an introduction to the school and provides students with the opportunity to connect with faculty, advisors and fellow business students.
Minors and Certificates
Minors in business administration (for nonbusiness majors only), entrepreneurship, information systems, and real estate and a certificate in retailing leadership are available to undergraduate students.
Combined Degrees and One-Year Master's Programs
The Warrington College of Business offers the following combined-degree and one-year master's programs: Master of Arts in Business Administration: major in International Business (MAIB), Master of Science in Business Administration: concentration in Information Systems and Operations Management (MSISOM), Master of Arts in Business Administration: concentration in Entrepreneurship (MAE), Master of Science in Finance (MSF), and for non-business majors, the Master of Science in Business Administration: major in Management (MSM). Undergraduates can seek permission to take graduate courses from the graduate coordinator of the appropriate department.
Career and Leadership Programs
Business majors are encouraged to gain practical work experience through co-ops, internships and community service. The school also offers career and leadership programs, including professional development courses, the Florida Leadership Academy, involvement in national and international business case study competitions, student organizations and research options.
International Programs and Study Abroad
To broaden their curriculum, business majors are advised to study abroad, learn a foreign language, pursue the school's Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration: General Studies (BABA-GBA) degree with an area of specialization in international studies, complete an international or international-related minor or take international courses, and participate in international or multicultural student organizations.
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