Business Studies / Small Business Management (BS)

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Go for the Top-Notch Business Degree

Get a top-notch business education with the opportunity to specialize in Southern New Hampshire University’s business studies program.

This degree is ideal for adult learners and traditional undergraduates who wish to transfer college credits, switch to business from another discipline or supplement a technical degree or background with a bachelor’s degree in business.

The program includes concentrations in a number of disciplines, enabling students to further tailor their studies. Students may choose more than one concentration, giving them even more of an edge in the job market.

Small Business Management Concentration

Small businesses are the backbone of the economy in the United States. There is great demand for individuals who have the knowledge and skills to initiate, manage and grow these organizations.

Required Core Courses

General Education Program

Small Business Management Major Courses

BUS-307: Business Law II
The study begun in Business Law I continues as the topics of commercial paper, real and personal property, creditors' rights and bankruptcy, agency, business organizations, estate planning and government regulation of business are explored.
Prerequisites:
BUS-206
OL-215: Principles of Management
This course is designed to examine the fundamentals and principles of management in order to develop an understanding of management in any formal organization. Special attention is paid to planning and decision-making. International management is also covered. Offered every semester. Writing Intensive Course.
Prerequisites:
ENG-10,ENG-120 ENG-121H or ENG-200 ADB-125 or OL-125 or TCI-250
OL-317: Small Business Management
The problems involved in starting and operating a successful small business, selecting the location, determining how to borrow money, budgeting and credit are discussed. Junior standing or permission of instructor.
Prerequisites:
ACC-102 or ACC-202 and ADB-215 or OL-215 and MKT-113
OL-320: Entrepreneurship
This course focuses on the factors that contribute to the personal success of entrepreneurs and affect successful entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is also studied. Case studies, contemporary readings and simulations are used. International considerations are included. Offered every year.
OL-321: Business Plan Preparation
Students will prepare, either individually or in teams, a comprehensive business plan for a new venture. Junior standing or permission of instructor.
Prerequisites:
ACC-202, MKT-113, OL-215 and OL-320

OL ELE - Students must also select two (2) 300 or 400-level Organizational Leadership electives (Except OL-490)

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