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Business Administration Certificate

Business Administration Certificate

Gain your Certificate in as little as 6 months.

As the education landscape continues to shift, it is apparent that employers are seeking employees with relevant skill sets who possess a baseline level of knowledge.

The certificate provides students with a credential to help them start with an organization while also tracking towards higher education. 

 

 

Program Information

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Program Highlights

This program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in business to help put theory to practice. 

Objectives

Business Finish 6

What's in it for me?

  • Six-month career specialization program
  • Prepare quickly for an entry-level position
  • Open the door to real-world experience 
  • *Earned College Credit

Courses

Total Credit Hours: 24

Length: Six months

Time length for program completions will vary depending upon the number of courses take per term, developmental courses (when required), transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc. 

*Should a student decide to pursue advanced education upon graduation from Sullivan, Academic Services/ Registrar staff are available to review the graduate’s plans and assist with the transfer. Graduate students interested in graduate studies should consult the Dean of the Graduate School. Although the university is a regionally accredited collegiate institution at the doctoral degree level, transfer of credits from Sullivan to another institution cannot be guaranteed since the receiving school makes the final decision in matters of transfer credits.

Course

Title

Credit Hours

ACT 101

4.00

BUS 204

4.00

BUS 224

4.00

MGT 114

4.00

MGT 274

4.00

MKT 114

4.00

Total Credit Hours: 24

Length: Six months

Time length for program completions will vary depending upon the number of courses take per term, developmental courses (when required), transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc. 

*Should a student decide to pursue advanced education upon graduation from Sullivan, Academic Services/ Registrar staff are available to review the graduate’s plans and assist with the transfer. Graduate students interested in graduate studies should consult the Dean of the Graduate School. Although the university is a regionally accredited collegiate institution at the doctoral degree level, transfer of credits from Sullivan to another institution cannot be guaranteed since the receiving school makes the final decision in matters of transfer credits.