Prepare for high-earning careers in fields like operations, HR, and project management.
135,000 average annual management-related job openings in California.
Accredited by the New England Commision of Higher Education (NECHE).
Transfer in 60 or more college credits, or an accredited associate degree, to start this program halfway.
Generate original solutions to practical problems in the workplace and the process of locating and using reliable information.
Explore the fundamental procedures of anthropology, such as analyzing cultural artifacts and the results of archeological and ethnographic fieldwork.
Employ important terms and concepts in macroeconomics to analyze financial news and use basic concepts in statistics and probability to solve graphical and numerical problems.
Apply fundamental concepts of microeconomics and perform financial calculations to analyze consumer decisions.
Gain techniques for working individually and in a team to explore the fundamentals of marketing and build collaboration skills.
Research the historical development of mass media and evaluate its impact on individual and societal thinking in various time periods.
Analyze different ways that humans impact the environment and identify potential solutions to environmental problems.
Gain crucial business skills, including performing calculations in a spreadsheet, writing effective business communications, and developing solutions to business problems.
Apply basic mathematical concepts and tools to different practical situations, including creating charts and graphs and making mathematically informed financial decisions.
Analyze popular psychology by applying scientific principles and utilizing psychosocial knowledge in real-world situations.