Whether you have declared for General Business (our most flexible degree) or are still making that decision, we are here to help you with plenty of information on all of your options! General Business: Earn a degree that offers you the flexibility and freedom to explore whatever passion you’re pursuing. Our BSBA in General Business is designed to be tailored to students’ individual interests. With over 10 concentrations to choose from, students can explore anything from the riveting world of Marketing to a lucrative career in Finance. Customize your education with a General Business Degree; this gives you the freedom to explore different avenues. With a General Business Degree you choose three concentrations from the following options: Accounting | Business Communication | Criminal Justice Management | Economics | Finance | Hospitality Management | Human Resource Management | International Business | Management | Marketing | Sport Management
Nichols has a variety of majors, minors and certificates. More information on all degrees offered can be found HERE. Nichols Offers the following degree tracks: School of Business | Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) School of Liberal Arts & Sciences | Bachelor of Arts (BA) Undergraduate students can also earn certificates in the following:
- Sport Coaching
- Terrorism Studies
Exploring Jobs & Professions
If you are interested in exploring careers in different fields, check out this RESOURCE. The Career and Professional Development Center offers one-one-one Career Exploration meetings to talk through your interested and go over different paths you may take. Email CPDC@Nichols.edu to set up an appointment!
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