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South University, Columbia, Business Administration and Accounting. Traditional principles. Modern technology.

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Students will demonstrate an understanding of the functional areas in business: accounting, marketing, finance, economics, law, and management.

  • They will be able to integrate these functional areas to solve problems and address ethical issues in the business environment.
  • Students will be able to identify and assess business opportunities and threats and develop action plans to address the issues for a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the evolving business environment and understand how change is necessary to compete in the global marketplace.
  • Students will apply effective and professional communication skills, both orally and in writing.
  • They will demonstrate persuasive communications as it relates to working with key stakeholders in an organization.
  • Students will demonstrate relevant skills and abilities in proficient use of information technology in problem solving, decision-making, and communication across functional areas.
  • Students will demonstrate effective teamwork and leadership skills when working with team members with diverse backgrounds and abilities to achieve important business objectives.
  • Students will apply quantitative analysis and critical thinking skills to analyze business problems within and across functional business disciplines to positively affect financial performance.
  • Students will demonstrate attainment of discipline specific knowledge (area of specialization) and the practical skills to be effective in entry-level positions.