Bachelor of Business, General Business

ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Bachelor of General Business requires 120 credit hours and can be earned entirely online. Courses in the CALL program during the spring and fall semesters will be eight weeks in length; summer offerings will be 6-week courses. Typically, the classes are small, limited to a maximum of 25 students per course, which affords greater interaction with the course instructor.

EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK
The outlook for new grads with a well-rounded education in business has been improving in recent years.  The number of new college graduates hired by U.S. companies will be 17.4 percent larger this year than a year ago according to a survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

SAMPLE CLASSES
The Bachelor of General Business can be earned entirely online and requires 120 credit hours earned by taking courses such as:

  • Principles of Marketing
  • Business Finance
  • Business Law I
  • Financial Policies and Practices
  • International Business
  • Organization and Management
  • Operations Management
  • Management Policy
  • Information Systems
  • Business Electives

CALL SCHOOL - Northwestern State University
Northwestern State University of Louisiana is a four-year public university primarily situated in Natchitoches, Louisiana.  The CALL program is especially appropriate for mature adults with a clear focus and desire to pursue a distinct course of study based upon educational and work experiences.  Northwestern offers six CALL degree programs which may be completed entirely online under the "fast track" method or in a regular semester format.

CONTACT INFO
Dr. Darlene Williams, Vice President, Technology, Research, & Economic Development
Carl Henry III, Coordinator of Adult Education Initiatives
Stephanie M. Henson, Coordinator of Credit Programs
1.800.376.2422
(318)357.6355
ece@nsula.edu


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