B.S. in Accounting
Get the skills and knowledge necessary to ace the national certification examinations, to be successful in both public accounting and industry, and to be a leader in accounting and business.
B.S. in Business Management
WCU's Management program teaches students to think critically, solve problems analytically, and communicate effectively, and helps them develop an ethical mindset and a global perspective on business. This program is AACSB-accredited and is available on main campus as well as at Delaware County Community College and at our Philadelphia campus location.
B.S. in Business Management - Business Processes and Data Analytics Concentration
The B.S. in Business Management: Business Processes and Data Analytics (BPDA) Concentration, based on the SAP curriculum, provides students with business processes and data sciences concepts and SAP system access that will enrich their academic understanding of data analytics' roles in improvement of business processes. Students also receive the SAP Student Recognition Award certificate in addition to earning a B.S.
B.S. in Business Management – Human Resources Concentration
Earning your B.S. in Management - HR Concentration will provide you the tools you need to thrive in this exciting environment. Human resource professionals are employed in large and small organizations and in every industry. Examples of human resource responsibilities include HR planning, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training and development, onboarding, payroll, managing benefits, and navigating employment law.
B.S. in Criminal Justice
One of the first academic criminal justice programs on the East Coast, WCU's program remains on the cutting edge of the discipline. Criminal Justice at WCU is an interdisciplinary program that allows students to tailor the program to their interests and also includes a 12-week practicum.
B.S. in Economics
The B.S. in Economics is offered through WCU's AACSB-accredited College of Business and Public Management and focuses on economic analysis through a business lens. Students develop communication, problem-solving, and technology skills as well as an understanding of practical and theoretical concepts in economics.
B.S. in Finance
The B.S. in Finance focuses on investment, international finance, and financial markets, and develops communication, problem-solving, technological skills, and an understanding of practical and theoretical concepts in finance.
B.S. in Geography
WCU's program ranges from general geography to more specific tracks including GIS, environmental geography, and teaching certification. Our graduates work in fields ranging from planning and GIS to the CIA and EPA.
B.S. in International Business
The interdisciplinary B.S. in International Business provides students with the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to understand and make international business decisions in a cross- and multicultural context. The program encourages an international education experience (i.e. "study abroad"), a complementary minor, and/or a foreign language proficiency.
B.S. in Marketing
Accredited by the AACSB, the B.S. in Marketing program prepares students to pursue a variety of careers in the marketing profession. Students learn about marketing tools and processes and develop the necessary analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills necessary for a successful career.
B.S. in Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management program teaches students how to improve productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness through the innovative operational and supply chain processes. Graduates with this degree can find employment in a wide range of career paths in the SCM fields such as project manager, demand planner, production planner, distribution or operations manager, purchaser, customer relationship specialist, supply chain analyst, or process improvement coach.
B.S. in Supply Chain Management - Healthcare Concentration
Healthcare supply chain management is complex and requires a wide range of knowledge and skillsets to manage regulatory agencies such as the FDA, not to mention the general understanding in regards to purchasing, producing products, managing inventory, distributing, etc. By earning a degree in this concentration, students will be better prepared to enter into this highly competitive healthcare SCM industry.
B.S. in Urban and Environmental Planning
Students in the B.S. in Urban and Environmental Planning program gain the skills needed to guide complex processes, to utilize cutting edge technologies, to create sustainably built and natural environments, and to enrich communities through leadership, entrepreneurial activity, social responsibility, and environmentally sustainable planning and policy.
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