2017-2018 Southeastern University - Extended Education Catalog 
    
    Jun 19, 2019  
2017-2018 Southeastern University - Extended Education Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Bachelor of Science in Business & Professional Leadership - Online


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Program Description

The Bachelor of Science in Business and Professional Leadership (BSBPL) is an undergraduate degree designed for working adults that provides a combination of basic leadership theory and business managerial concepts to enable graduates to advance in their careers.

While similar, this program differs from a traditional business degree in that it assumes the student is seeking a general studies degree with an emphasis in the soft-skills and decision-making aspect of business. This 37 credit-hour major scans the most important concepts in business and organizational leadership. Students may take from 15 to 24 credit hours of practicum credit for either the ministry or marketplace in lieu of general electives.

This is the degree normally understood in the marketplace as an adult degree completion program designed in an accelerated format for students ready to advance in their careers. It is also suitable for students wishing to start their careers in a business field where soft-skills, leadership potential, and experience are important.

Bachelor of Science in Business & Professional Leadership - Online Four-Year Course Plan   

Foundational Core - 50 Credit Hours


Behavioral & Social Sciences - 9 Credit Hours


Humanities & Fine Arts - 6 Credit Hours


Humanities & Fine Arts - 3 Credit Hours


Literature Elective - 3 Credit Hours


Mathematics - 6 Credit Hours


Natural Sciences (Lecture & Lab) - 4 Credit Hours


Capstone - 7 Credit Hours


General Electives - 18 Credit Hours


Total Program Hours - 120 Credit Hours


NOTE: It is the responsibility of the student to read, review, and fulfull the requirements and total hours of this degree audit for their applicable degree.

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