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Business and Public Administration   Tags: accounting, economics, finance  

The purpose of this research guide is to facilitate the efficient use of library resources in the completion of Business Administration assignments and projects.
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Business Administration at Shaw U

Shaw University's undergraduate Business Administration program is designed to help students develop into well-rounded, adaptive and strategic thinking business leaders. The comprehensive theory-to-practice curriculum facilitates the management competencies that are noticed and needed in the global marketplace.

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    Public Administration at Shaw U

    The Public Administration major is designed to prepare students for entry-level administrative positions in the public sector. The sequence of courses leading to the major is designed to enhance the ability of students to think clearly and critically, to acquire an understanding of self, and to develop a commitment to ethics and values. Students majoring in Public Administration must successfully complete the University Core Requirements, the Departmental Core Courses and the Major Course Requirements. Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all major requiremements.

     

    Department Purpose

    The primary purpose of the Department of Business and Public Administration is to provide a liberal arts education in the areas of Business and Public Administration that will prepare students for the world of work upon graduation, or to continue their studies in graduate and or professional school. Students who pursue majors in the Department acquire an in depth knowledge of their discipline and are also required to successfully complete a series of courses designed to develop and strengthen their analytical, cognitive, oral and writing skills, as well as an awareness of and commitment to values.

    The department offers the following degree programs:

    Business Administration with a Concentration in Accounting

    Business Administration with a Concentration in Management

    Public Administration

     

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