AA = Associate of Arts
AS = Associate of Science
AAS = Associate of Applied Science
BA = Bachelor of Arts
BS = Bachelor of Science
BBA = Bachelor of Business Administration
MA = Master of Arts
MS = Master of Science
MBA = Master of Business Administration
MPA = Master of Public Administration
ES = Education Specialist in School Psychology Graduate Program
STT = degree program must be completed on the St. Thomas campus
STX = degree program must be completed on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix
MOU = degree program must be completed at a partner institution
The Associate of Arts degree in Business Management is designed to prepare the student for a career in management or small business ownership. It will help the student understand how businesses are operated and financed. The functions of marketing, selling, accounting, and advertising are considered. A graduate of this curriculum will be prepared to enter a variety of business positions.
The courses of study toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in the School of Business are designed to prepare the student to assume positions in middle and upper management in business and governmental organizations. The Bachelor of Arts degree major in Business Administration provides additional study in management as well as the potential to gain practical business experience through a supervised work-study internship.
The management program is offered on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix and the St. Thomas Campus. For more information about this program contact Gabriel Ogunmokun.
The graduate program in Business Administration, the Master of Business Administration (MBA), is designed to prepare students for leadership and management careers in all levels and functions of government, in community service agencies and in the business community, and to provide well-qualified graduates who are highly motivated to seek long-term leadership and management careers in the public and private business sectors.
The MBA program is offered on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix and the St. Thomas Campus. For more information about this program contact Paul Flemming.