Dive into the world of business
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics provides students with an excellent opportunity to build a foundation of business knowledge that applies across organizations of any size or scope.
Get a broad exposure to core business functions — economics, finance, management, marketing, and supply chain management. Customize your coursework with three available concentrations: Management, Business Studies, or Human Resources. Compete — and succeed — as a business professional in the dynamic, global economy.
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We offer online versions of the Business Studies and Human Resources programs, complete with the same courses and faculty who teach on campus.
This program offers three in-demand majors that allow students to tailor their degree to better fit their professional aspirations.
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General Program of Study
|Credit Hours||# of Courses|
|Minerva Academic Curriculum
|Bryan School Pre-Admission Courses||29 hours||11|
|Common Business Core Courses||41 hours||15|
|Major Courses||18-21 hours||6-7|
*Some of these requirements will be met with required business school courses.
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Business Studies Concentration (Online or on campus)
Sharpen your decision-making, planning, organization, and leadership skills. Whether your plans for the future include healthcare management, pre-law, financial product sales, or corporate communications, our Business Studies concentration will provide you with the tools to achieve your career goals.
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Human Resources Concentration (Online or on campus)
Learn the basics every Human Resource professional should know. Coursework is offered in Industrial / Organizational Psychology, Compensation and Selection, Training, Organizational Change, Diversity Management, HR Law, and Human Resource Information Systems.
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Management Concentration (On campus)
Take advantage of the opportunity this program offers to focus on courses for your major requirements which are exclusively in the management area such as leadership, organizational behavior, human resources, decision-making, cross-cultural management, and strategy.