Posts in Business
Applied Science - Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BAS)

Our goal in offering the B.A.S. degree is to provide you with a general knowledge of management, organizational, and policy issues and to advance your communication, computer, and quantitative skills. This degree also offers you the opportunity to complete a specialization that will broaden your career horizons, promote life-long learning, and enrich your life. Northern Arizona University offers this degree at selected campuses throughout Arizona.

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Hotel and Restaurant Management, Bachelor of Science

This degree not only prepares students with the professional knowledge and skills to succeed in the hospitality industry, but also provides opportunities for growth and experience in that industry. Throughout a student's time in the program, students will focus on a set of hospitality courses including, but not limited to, guest services, food preparation, and sales.

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Management, Bachelor of Arts

A student studying Management through Personalized Learning will study core elements and current case studies that apply to managing human capital, enterprise-wide fiscal, technological and operational planning and applications, critical thinking in management planning and problem-solving, marketing quality management, communication and leadership. The program focuses on current issues and theory-to-practice exercises in order to prepare managers for immediate success in the field.

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Management, Bachelor of Science

A student studying Management through Personalized Learning will study core elements and current case studies that apply to managing human capital, enterprise-wide fiscal, technological and operational planning and applications, critical thinking in management planning and problem-solving, marketing, quality management, communication and leadership.  The program focuses on current issues and theory-to-practice exercises in order to prepare managers for immediate success in the field.

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Parks and Recreation Management, Bachelor of Science

Through this Bachelor of Science degree in Parks and Recreation Management, recreation resource professionals are prepared for diverse careers in the field of parks and recreation. The PRM Program focuses on small class size, high student-teacher interaction, on-site field experiences, and experiential learning opportunities. The faculty are are dedicated to expanding the scholarly knowledge base of people and organizations to enhance the quality of leisure experiences and places.

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Small Business Administration, Bachelor of Science

This major will provide you with knowledge, skills, and resources to start, manage, and grow a small business. Specifically, this program will help turn an initial business idea into a reality through a series of 'must-do' actions and learning activities. This program includes placement in an internship, where you will gain real-world experience in small business management. As a capstone project, you will synthesize all of the program's learning experiences by completing a thorough and well-written business plan for a business idea.

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Business Administration, MBA

Master the business world. Our full-time master of business administration ranks in the top 10 percent for MBA programs with fewer than 50 students in U.S. News & World Report 2017 Best Graduate School rankings. And our small size makes a big difference. You’ll work closely with your cohort over 10 months to build the communication and leadership skills that will propel your business career—and because it’s a fast program, you’ll get to work sooner.

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Management, BS or BA

As you pursue your BA or BS in Management through Personalized Learning, you will study core elements and current case studies that apply to managing human capital, enterprise-wide fiscal, technological and operational planning and applications, critical thinking in management planning and problem-solving, marketing, quality management, communication and leadership.  The program focuses on current issues and theory-to-practice exercises in order to prepare managers for immediate success in the field.

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